How Dangerous Was Furniture In Post-War Homes? | Hidden Killers [4K] | Absolute Documentaries

How Dangerous Was Furniture In Post-War Homes? | Hidden Killers [4K] | Absolute Documentaries

Dr Suzannah Lipscomb looks at the hidden dangers of the British postwar home. In the 1950s, people embraced modern design for the first time after years of austerity and self-denial. The modern home featured moulded plywood furniture, fibreglass, plastics and polyester – materials and technologies that were developed during World War II.

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From: Hidden Killers Of The Post War Homes

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