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2015 has been another important year for Lives of the First World War. Together we marked key centenary anniversaries, including the Gallipoli campaign, the Battle of Loos and the death of Edith Cavell. We have welcomed over 30,000 new members, … Continue reading
Today, Friday 7 November, the BBC has unveiled an iconic digital photo First World War mosaic, created in partnership with IWM. In our latest blog post we take a look at the life story behind the main image of Private James Beaney. … Continue reading
The Illustrated London News’ new website ‘The Illustrated First World War’ launched on the 1 August 2014. In this guest blog post, ILN’s Patrick Wingrove talks you through how to search for incredible images on the site and connect them … Continue reading
Starting this Sunday New ITV series The Great War: The People’s Story will tell the First World War experiences of ordinary people in their own words. Find out how you can use Lives of the First World War to learn more about the … Continue reading
With IWM London re-opening to the public this weekend, find out how you can use Lives of the First World War to enrich your visit. IWM London tells the stories of people’s experiences of modern war and conflict. On 19 … Continue reading
Today on our series showcasing fascinating and moving letters members of the public have added to Lives of the First World War, a letter from Buckingham Palace. Private Thomas Maher joined up with the Manchester Regiment in 1914, as a young … Continue reading
This weekend it’s International Museums Day, and the theme is ‘collections make connections’. Here are four Life Stories on Lives of the First World War that link to objects in IWM’s collections and exhibitions. Do you know anything you could … Continue reading
When Lives of the First World War launches on 12 May you’ll be able to upload digital images of items from your collection, including photographs, letters and diary pages. Here are 10 tips from IWM Conservator Tina Kelly for digitising paper objects … Continue reading
In our first guest blog, IWM’s Charlotte Czyzyk writes about researching the life stories behind the brand new From Street to Trench exhibition. For the past year, I have worked as a Researcher on the special exhibition From Street to Trench: A … Continue reading