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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 17h
Today's blog post follows a Tommy who spent an unexpected war at home
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Operation War Diary 1d
Citizen Historians helped us solve the mystery of the dixie carrier!
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National Archives UK 2d
'Your mission is to... secure the extraction of rubber from Japanese-occupied territories'
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Adam Matthew 2d
"Digitization: a successful collaborative partnership between and publisher"
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Operation War Diary 4d
Check out our new blog post: Battlefield Technology – Tanks, Planes, Gas and…Dixie Carriers?
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National Archives UK 4d
Do you use film in your lessons? If so, & would like to know about your experiences
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Grace Ioppolo, FSA 5d
A great resource: A free online tutorial on early modern palaeography :
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National Archives UK 5d
Our team blog about unearthing the human stories from our Jacobites records, for use in the classroom:
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National Archives UK 5d
Looking for information on Special Operations Executive (SOE) records? Listen to today's :
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Operation War Diary 04 Jul
Thanks for having us on If you're interested in becoming a Citizen Historian, find us at
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Operation War Diary 04 Jul
covers units stationed on the Western Front. Tag a Veterinary unit diary to find out how horses coped.
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Operation War Diary 04 Jul
Ready to answer questions as part of with
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Heritage Lottery 04 Jul
First World War: then & now offers grants of £3-10k to enable communities to explore their WW1 heritage
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DCMS 04 Jul
We now hand over to . She will be around until 3pm to answer q's on how the FWW changed life for women & children
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National Archives UK 04 Jul
Our about range from the role played by railways to tracing soliders in Mesopotamia:
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Lucy Moore 04 Jul
please have a gander at young curators wrote and built the city's timeline!
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National Archives UK 04 Jul
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National Archives UK 04 Jul
. are creating a ‘First World War Centenary Special Collection’ of websites
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Lives of WW1 04 Jul
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National Archives UK 04 Jul
Over July we'll be blogging about the key events leading up to . Read our first post here:
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