What’s your amazing First World War Discovery?

Our very own Luke Smith helping members of the public explore their own connection to the First World War at a BBC WW1 At Home event.

Our very own Luke Smith helping members of the public explore their own connection to the First World War at a BBC WW1 At Home event.

What’s your amazing First World War discovery you’ve made on Lives of the First World War? Every Friday afternoon from 2pm we’ll be asking you to share your amazing discoveries with us on Facebook, Twitter, and our blog.

Despite the fact Lives of the First World War has only been open to the public for a few months, we’ve already had many of you tell us about the incredible discoveries you’ve made using the site. We’ve had people find relatives they didn’t know existed, photos of ancestors they’ve never seen before, and new ways to remember First World War life stories dear to them.

Every Friday from 2pm we’ll be asking you to share your own incredible discoveries you’ve made through Lives of the First World War with us on Facebook, Twitter and the blog using the hashtag #Discoveries. We’ll have our team on hand to help answer any queries you might have about using the site to make your own discoveries, and IWM historians to help with your First World War history mysteries.

We’ll be featuring some of our favourites stories on the blog each week, to encourage others to explore their own connection to the First World War, and to highlight just some of the incredible First World War life stories you can remember on the site.new balance trainers sale

It’s that time already, so get sharing, either on Facebook, Twitter, or comment on this blog post.

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