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This photograph shows daily life in a trench: a soldier is having his hair cut. At the beginning of the war, it was thou...
Periodical, Newspaper, Ephemera
While George Orwell is better known for his novels, the first work he ever published was a poem. Written when he was onl...
The title of this booklet translates as ‘women’s effort in wartime’, published by the European Fashion Journal. It conta...
Today’s men are often able to cook well, partly as a result of the emancipation process and changes to role perceptions ...
Britain’s army at the beginning of the First World War was relatively small and professional. There was no conscription ...
This is a postcard showing a Flemish girl distributing food to soldiers. It highlights the importance of civilians in th...
Legal document, Ephemera
With these documents, we can start to stitch together the nursing career of Rose Mary Savage throughout World War One. T...
This wartime recipe book proved very popular among Italian families during World War One. The recipes, provided by the I...
This small graphic is the crest of the Black Yellow Cross, an organisation particularly active in collecting donations f...
Renato Serra’s Soul-Searching of a Man of Letters views war as a duty, but recognises it can change neither the world no...
What is this excerpt about? Reverend Spurr praises women’s contribution to the cause of the First World War but only in ...
The French Prime Minister Georges Clémenceau played a key role at the Peace Conference held in Versailles in June...
Musical score, Illustration
The cover of this piece of music is decorated with the national personification of Italy, Italia turrita: a young woman...
The official pictures of the occupied territories by the Imperial and Royal War Press Bureau are dominated by images of...
Book, Manual, Photograph
Work towards the war effort wasn’t only at the front line. Women at home knitted clothes to protect soldiers against icy...