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Official archive of the UK government. Discover our online collections, research guides and educational resources spanning 1,000 years of history
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National Archives UK 1h
‘Deaf and dumb’: disabled civil servants
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Report of the arrest of Adolf Eichmann, who was found guilty of war crimes 1961.
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Patrick Russell from will explore the history of public information films, using clips and films to show the development of government film making.
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In the years following , over 1 million ex-servicemen received a disability pension. Find out more about what was offered to disabled veterans, especially those with mental health issues:
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IVC History Department Dec 8
Our Year 9s have been producing some excellent projects about the life of Henry Fairhurst
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Dan #Snow Dec 9
🆕 Podcast ⚡️ Big anniversary. 100 years since Jerusalem fell to the British. We're still wrangling over ownership.... Great to work with Juliette Desplat () from on this one. 🎧: Get it at your podcast dealer:
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RLUK Dec 11
Invitation to Tender: RLUK, & are commissioning research into citation capture for unique & distinctive collections. More info at Deadline is 15 Jan 2018
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TNA Research 22h
Invitation to tender: , , and are commissioning to better understand citation of UDC repositories. Deadline is 15 January 2018
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National Archives UK 20h
Report of the arrest of Adolf Eichmann, who was found guilty of war crimes 1961.
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National Archives UK Dec 11
Take a trip behind the scenes and discover some of the incredible maps in our collection.
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National Archives UK Dec 10
Riots, rebellions, murders and militias: sign up to our upcoming and learn how to use our huge collection of Home Office records in your research.
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National Archives UK Dec 9
Book now to hear talk about his new book 'Emigrants - Why the English Sailed to the New World'.
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National Archives UK Dec 8
Page of ciphers used by Mary Queen of Scots - who was born 1542.
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National Archives UK Dec 8
Lady Zahava Kohn and her family spent almost two years in Nazi concentration camps during . Join to us to hear about her experiences.
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Ros Ball ⚡ Dec 7
Replying to @UkNatArchives
And this guide on tracing your family's suffrage history is 💯. I'm gonna do it!
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National Archives UK Dec 8
Page of ciphers used by Mary Queen of Scots - who was born 1542.
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National Archives UK Dec 8
Learn about Charles Hazard and Florance Fox, disabled Victorian civil servants:
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National Archives UK Dec 8
The Beveridge Report and the foundations of the Welfare State
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National Archives UK Dec 7
Patrick Russell from will explore the history of public information films, using clips and films to show the development of government filmmaking.
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National Archives UK Dec 7
'A revolutionary moment in the world’s history is a time for revolutions.' It's 75 years since the Beveridge Report was presented to Parliament with his proposals to abolish the ‘Five Great Evils’ which plagued society.
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