WWI – libraries have a wealth of material.


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Local History, Archives and Ancestry…

WW1bmHTo mark the centenary of the start of the first world war, your library will be able to help with suggestions to help you explore the war, its meaning and how it affected people. Your public library will have access a wealth of material related to the first world war.

There’s a vast array of novels set in and around world war one as well as of non-fiction material from the home-front to military technology.
Your local studies or archives service will direct you to local press article and images from the time.

RBKCFor example,
the Libraries in the
Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea
have complied reading lists.

Suffolk…and Suffolk Libraries
have also put together extensive
reading lists.




The Bookmark people have produced bookmarks
to mark the centenary and if you should have need of such do shout!

0116 210 1441



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