To the Peace Museum for agreeing to support my book Great War Britain: Bradford to be published by the History Press in 2014. The Peace Museum said they were “Delighted to be associated, with something that looks at women & the home front”
The book will be full of short case studies and snippets of information which can be dipped in and out of. It provides an alternative angle on existing stories of life at home in Bradford during WW1 and introduces lots of previously unknown stories. The book will provide a balanced view from ordinary people for example in the Raising the Troops chapter there will be a story of a man keen to enlist at the outbreak of war next to the story of one of the first Bradford conscientious objectors to be court marshalled. I hope it will be engaging and informative and will be able to be used in schools as well as by adults.
I have already worked with the Peace Museum on their project Choices: Then and Now and hope to work more with them in the future.
Big thanks and congratulation to the Bradford YMCA for successfully getting HLF funding for a Tea Hut project. I am looking forward to working with them to engage and inspire young people to learn and research more about life during WW1.
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