Posts Tagged: WW1

University of Glasgow’s Great War Project – Katie McDonald

As the University of Glasgow’s Great War Project comes to an end, Project Assistant Katie McDonald reflects how such projects can engage with communities and distribute the information held in archives through different means.

University of Glasgow’s Great War Project – Katie McDonald

As the University of Glasgow’s Great War Project comes to an end, Project Assistant Katie McDonald reflects how such projects can engage with communities and distribute the information held in archives through different means.

Over the Top in Leicestershire

In the first of 2 posts written by the staff at Leicestershire Record Office, they talk about an innovative way of dealing with budget constraints and low morale – by re-enacting World War One!

Over the Top in Leicestershire

In the first of 2 posts written by the staff at Leicestershire Record Office, they talk about an innovative way of dealing with budget constraints and low morale – by re-enacting World War One!

A Recent Volunteer Project – Northamptonshire WWI Military Tribunal Papers

In this feature post, the staff and volunteers at Northamptonshire Archives Service talk about an exciting project they have just completed with rare WWI Military Tribunal papers.

A Recent Volunteer Project – Northamptonshire WWI Military Tribunal Papers

In this feature post, the staff and volunteers at Northamptonshire Archives Service talk about an exciting project they have just completed with rare WWI Military Tribunal papers.

Nurse Ethel Miller’s autograph book

Internship experiences at the Lothian Health Services Archive – Part 1

This is the first in a series of three blog posts kindly written for us by interns at the Lothian Health Services Archive (LHSA) about their experiences. Five weeks ago I was very lucky to be chosen as the first

Nurse Ethel Miller’s autograph book

Internship experiences at the Lothian Health Services Archive – Part 1

This is the first in a series of three blog posts kindly written for us by interns at the Lothian Health Services Archive (LHSA) about their experiences. Five weeks ago I was very lucky to be chosen as the first