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World War One Engagement Centre: Voices of War and Peace

Not Just Jam and Jerusalem: Pershore Women’s Institute

Refugee Relief during the First World War

Harsh Realities: The British Army and the Problem of 1915

These Dangerous Women

Children in Wartime: The Effect of War on School Children in Pershore and the Surrounding District

Belgium Refugees in Pershore and Evesham

Memento to Memorial: Leicester’s War Memorial Journey

Women Doctors in the First World War

Sphagnum Moss

Glasgow University’s Great War: Chaplains and Theology Students

Mothers First! The Women’s Co-operative Guild’s Maternity Letters

Archibald Allan Bowman’s war experience

Shot at Dawn- Lest We Forget

Women Munitions Workers and the Trade Unions

Connections between Great Wars; 1793-1815 and 1914-1919

Labour Unrest Amongst First World War Female Workers

‘Remembering World War One’ Module

The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Families Association, County Dublin Division, 1914: a case study

Girl Guides: Gender and Childhood on the Home Front

Sophie Carey and the National Food Fund

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On This Day, 21 August 1916

21st August 2016 By Nicola Gauld

Birmingham Daily Post

Monday 21 August 1916

MILITARY MEDAL FOR BIRMINGHAM CONSTABLE

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Talk: World War One in the City: Melbourne 1914-1918

19th August 2016 By Nicola Gauld

The Australian experience of the World War One is often examined through the focus of the battles fought and the individuals doing the fighting. But, as with cities in Europe, the war permeated every facet of urban life in Melbourne, despite its geographical distance from the front.

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Event: Screening Rights Film Festival

18th August 2016 By Nicola Gauld

Following the success of the inaugural film festival last year, Screening Rights is back with a four-day programme of important and inspiring Social Justice films by award-winning and new directors from across the globe. The festival will take place from Thursday 15 to Sunday 18 September.

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