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Wacky Races
How to run design and build your own wacky racer
West African Horse Headdress
African and Arabic cultures meet in Northern Nigeria
What Did WWII Children Eat?
The effect the war had on children's health and diet
What was it like to be a World War II Evacuee?
Explore primary sources to discover what life was like as an evacuee
What was Wimbledon like in the past?
Learn about why Wimbledon needed a windmill
Who was George Africanus?
Piecing together the life of Nottingham’s first black entrepreneur
William Dolben and Slave Trade Abolition
How important was William Dolben to the abolition of slavery?
William Wilberforce
Find out about Hull's most famous son
Wimbledon's windmill and its past
The what, why and how of windmills related to Wimbledon's windmill
Women at War: The role of women during WWII
Overview of women's war-work, illustrated by East Midlands archives
Women's Rights - The Equal Pay Debate
A look at women's campaign for equal employment rights in the 1940s
Working in the 1950s
Take a glimpse at what it was like to work in Yorkshire in the 1950s
Working Women of the First World War
New job opportunities for women of the Humber in WW1
World War Two Stories from the Wakefield District
Stories of local people who served their country in WW2
Writing to the ‘Enemy’ in WW1
A German soldier writes to a British officer’s widow

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