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Results for History

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Coal Mining and the Victorians

Coal Mining and the Victorians

The stories of child workers who laboured underground More >
Crafting for Victory

Crafting for Victory

How school children and WAACs helped the war effort More >
Crazy Catapults inspired by the Romans in Yorkshire

Crazy Catapults inspired by the Romans in Yorkshire

Learn the science of Roman catapults and build your own! More >
Democracy and Child Friendly Leeds

Democracy and Child Friendly Leeds

Explores how children can be involved in decision making in Leeds. More >
Dick, Kerr's Ladies FC

Dick, Kerr's Ladies FC

One of the earliest women's football teams in England More >
Donald Simpson Bell's Victoria Cross

Donald Simpson Bell's Victoria Cross

The story of the first footballer to volunteer in WW1 More >
Education at Heritage Quay

Education at Heritage Quay

Exploring education heritage using the archives at Heritage Quay. More >
Egyptian Mummy

Egyptian Mummy

The Mummy of Nesyamun who lived in Thebes, Egypt, over 3,000 years ago More >
Egyptian Mummy Eye

Egyptian Mummy Eye

The eye from an Egyptian mummy statue More >
Faith in Leeds

Faith in Leeds

Exploring the diversity of faiths in Leeds More >
Family Life in the 1950s

Family Life in the 1950s

What life was like for families and children in the 1950s More >
Female Munitions Workers in WW1

Female Munitions Workers in WW1

Thousands of British women took on dangerous jobs in wartime factories More >
First World War Army Rations

First World War Army Rations

‘A Terrier’s Snap’: how a soldier made art from a WW1 army biscuit More >
First World War Aviation

First World War Aviation

Discover WW1 aircraft and design your own for a top secret mission! More >
First World War Charities

First World War Charities

Helping the war effort in Hull and the East Riding More >
First World War Friendship Book

First World War Friendship Book

Wartime messages by soldiers of the York and Lancaster Regiment More >
First World War Propaganda in the Humber

First World War Propaganda in the Humber

Techniques used to encourage men and women to volunteer for service More >
First World War stories from the Wakefield  District

First World War stories from the Wakefield District

Stories of local people who served their country in WWI More >
Food in the 1950s

Food in the 1950s

Discover what people grew, cooked and ate in post-WW2 Yorkshire More >
George Bissill - Miner, Soldier and Artist

George Bissill - Miner, Soldier and Artist

An artist's response to the trench tunnels of WWI More >
Grave Marker for Songster, the Oldest War Horse

Grave Marker for Songster, the Oldest War Horse

Served with Leicestershire Yeomanry in First World War More >
Hallaton Treasure and the Romans

Hallaton Treasure and the Romans

Explore the Iron Age and the Romans through the Hallaton Treasure More >
Harry Oldham Passchendaele Survivor

Harry Oldham Passchendaele Survivor

First World War soldier rescued from the mud of No Man's Land More >
History and Construction of the Humber Bridge

History and Construction of the Humber Bridge

Includes an activity to build your own bridge in school More >

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