Hidden Home Front: Episode 1 - Childhood Interrupted
Hidden Home Front: Childhood Interrupted
Goes into the schools, fields, orchards and homes of Worcestershire during the First World War. It reveals that children – some only 10 years old – played a vital part in feeding the country and how their lives were altered.
Also watch the series introduction with University of Worcester.
Keywords: Women, Children, World War I, Home Front, Schools, Worcestershire, Education, Maggie Andrews
A celebration of the city’s history and achievements, revealing the wonderfully rich diversity of Birmingham’s people. Illuminating little-known aspects of the city’s history as well as rethinking traditional events and activities. Presenting up-to-date historical and archaeological research to a general readership: locally, nationally and internationally. Written by experienced and distinguished...
Professor Maggie Andrews
Images Kindly Supplied by:
Imperial War Museum, Alamy
Special Thanks to:
Black Country Living Museum, David R William, Daniel Williams, Voices of War and Peace, University of Worcester