Great War Britain Lancaster: Remembering 1914-18
Drawing on detailed research conducted by Lancaster Military Heritage Group, it describes the local reaction to the outbreak of war, the experience of individuals who enlisted, the changing face of industry and related unrest, the work of hospitals in the area, the effect of the conflict on children, the women who defied convention to play a vital role on the home front, and how the city and its people coped with the transition to life in peacetime once more.
The Great War story of Lancaster draws on all of these experiences to present a unique account of the local experiences of a global conflict.
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- Ian Gregory (Author), Corinna Peniston-Bird (Author), Peter Donnelly (Author), Michael Hughes (Author) 1 more
- The History Press (3 July 2017)
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