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Psychedelic Sixties in London: Groovy photographs

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No Loss of Face, Earl's Court, London, 1960: The Swinging Sixties saw a sexual revolution where former conservative values towards sex were, for some, usurped by experimentation and openness. As It Was is Habicht's treasure-chest of the swinging, groovy, hippie, and psychedelic Sixties in London. It offers an eye-opening contribution to the history of a country that is currently undergoing yet more social transformation

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When the German photographer (above) arrived in London in the 1960s, the pop revolution was still in the starting blocks. Flower power, free love, 'make love, not war' - what would become the mottos of a progressive youth culture were still to emerge

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