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World War One Engagement Centre: Voices of War and Peace

The Silenced War

The Women Left Behind

Manchester’s Voices of Peace

Zeppelin Raids

Menin Road and Remembrance

Breaking the Hindenburg Line

Rounding on the Germans

The Fighting Warwicks and South Staffs

Why Remember?

Happy Anniversary?

Old Contemptibles

“The Loss of Such a Splendid Man”

A Summer to Remember: 1914, 1944 and ‘all that’

Sergeant Alfred Knight VC

Kitchener’s New Army

Hurtling Towards War

The Fight for the Rank and File

“Things Are Looking Up Here”

Caring for the Wounded in Local Communities

Remembering ‘14 -‘18: Forgetting Other ‘14 -‘18s

 

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The Diary of Dorothy Priest, November 25th 1914

25th November 2014 By Nicola Gauld

Our men have made a successful air raid on Zeebrugge, a German North Sea naval base or something and I think smashed it up.  We are doing well all round.  The Red Cross exam was today at 6.30.  It might have been worse, but it was not over nice.  Anyway it is over, all but the result. 

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Memorabilia Roadshow

24th November 2014 By Nicola Gauld

Memorabilia Roadshow at Compton Verney this Saturday!

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Exhibition: West Indies to West Midlands

24th November 2014 By Nicola Gauld

This year’s First World War centenary remembrances pay special tribute to the bravery and sacrifice of soldiers and servicemen of the former Commonwealth colonies.

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