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66 men of Grandpont

Regular readers of the Library and Archives blog may be interested to know more about a local history project, which has recently made use of the College Archives. A south Oxford community project, run by a group of local volunteers, … Continue reading

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Letters of a Subaltern in the Dardanelles

‘When the War broke out the country was unprepared for it. We had almost completely neglected to produce many of the materials necessary for war. In one thing only we were magnificently provided. We had produced the men. They were … Continue reading

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First World War Centenary

2014 will mark 100 years since the start of the First World War. Archives around the country have a huge role to play in the commemoration of this event. The National Archives digitised unit war diaries, for example, contain a … Continue reading

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