Saturday 27 June 2020

From paintings to personal diaries, join IWM expert Ngaire this week as she helps us discover the extraordinary stories of the people who cared for the wounded in the First World War. 

How do objects reveal stories?

How do objects reveal stories?

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THE GALLIPOLI CAMPAIGN, APRIL 1915-JANUARY 1916
© IWM (Q 13447)

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Where was the First World War fought?

This conflict was the first war to take place on land, at sea and in the air. This fighting occurred in many different areas of the world.

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Family Mission: Carers Quiz

Family Mission: Carers Quiz

Family Mission: Carers Quiz

Put your knowledge of the last two weeks of Adventures in History to the test! See how much you have remembered about the carers of the First World War in our special quiz.

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the interior of a hospital tent with campbeds lining the side. Many of the beds are occupied and covered with brown or red blankets. One soldier lies propped up on pillows reading, another sleeps turned on his side the light from the open tent flap falling on his bed.
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