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World War One Engagement Centre: Voices of War and Peace

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

Exhibiting the Great War in 2014

Testing

 

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Home, Food & Family in WW1

10th February 2016 By Nicola Gauld

Home, Food and Family in WWI

Saturday 5 March, 2016

A conference organized by the Women’s History Network, Midlands Region and Voices of War and Peace WWI Engagement Centre

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On This Day, 8 February 1916

8th February 2016 By Nicola Gauld

Birmingham Mail

Tuesday 8th February 1916

MUCH SUGAR WASTED
LEFT IN THE BOTTOM OF CUPS

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On This Day, 5 February 1916

5th February 2016 By Nicola Gauld

Birmingham Mail

Saturday 5th February 1916

RECRUITING IN BIRMINGHAM

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