Tuesday 23 June 2020

Who provided medical care in the First World War? 

Discover how people cared for the wounded in the First World War, how they used their skills and resourcefulness to make sure the injured were cared for.

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Carers - Part One

Carers - Part One

Part of the Adventures in History series created during the UK lockdown in Spring 2020.  

Curriculum Links and Learning Topics

First World War, Health and Wellbeing, Women in Wartime, Medicine

 

Grow Your Own

Poster image for IWM's Family Mission: Grow Your Own

Grow Your Own

IWM and CBBC Presenter Ben Shires are back with a veggie-packed mission for you.

Taking inspiration from the children of the First World War we’ll be reducing our food waste and getting inventive with our leftover veggies!

Watch mission briefing>

Medicine in the trenches

A Royal Irish Fusilier attempts to draw the fire of a Turkish sniper to reveal the enemy position, Gallipoli, 1915.
Trench Warfare.

Medicine in the trenches

This week we're learning about medical care during the First World War.

Learn more about life in the trenches. IWM has created a learning resource and activities based on the real stories of six people who experienced trench life during the First World War. 

 

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