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Results for KS4

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Agriculture During Wartime in the Humber

Agriculture During Wartime in the Humber

Who worked the land during the First World War? More >
Alfie Knight's Letter to Lord Kitchener

Alfie Knight's Letter to Lord Kitchener

Nine year old Dublin boy responds to WWI recruitment drive More >
Anti-German Sentiment in the First World War

Anti-German Sentiment in the First World War

Why a Hull family butcher changed his name after his shop was attacked More >
Blind Veterans of the First World War

Blind Veterans of the First World War

How a new charity was founded in WW1 to help blinded ex-servicemen More >
Burying the First World War Dead

Burying the First World War Dead

A Jewish grave marker reveals the story of front line burials in WW1 More >
Campaign, Action and Reaction in the 18th and 19th Centuries

Campaign, Action and Reaction in the 18th and 19th Centuries

Exploring change through local industrial history More >
Children Raising Funds During Wartime

Children Raising Funds During Wartime

How young people contributed to the First World War effort More >
Christmas Gifts for WW1 Troops

Christmas Gifts for WW1 Troops

A wartime charity helped soldiers celebrate Christmas in the trenches 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 >
Embroidery of the Russian Goddess Mokosh

Embroidery of the Russian Goddess Mokosh

Ritual linen towel used in marriage and childbirth More >
Enterprise, Industry and Benjamin Gott

Enterprise, Industry and Benjamin Gott

Benjamin Gott and the world´s largest woollen mill 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 Propaganda in the Humber

First World War Propaganda in the Humber

Techniques used to encourage men and women to volunteer for service More >
From Fleece to Fashion

From Fleece to Fashion

The production process from raw fleece to finished garment More >
Honouring Oldham's WW1 Soldiers

Honouring Oldham's WW1 Soldiers

Examining a First World War memorial from different perspectives More >
Humber Regiments on the Western Front

Humber Regiments on the Western Front

Different experiences of soldiers in the First World War More >
Hyman Rutstein of the Jewish Battalion

Hyman Rutstein of the Jewish Battalion

Tefillin that helped WW1 soldier maintain his faith in the trenches More >
In Your Shoes

In Your Shoes

Who wore this shoe? And why is it designed in this way? More >
Japanese Woodblock Print

Japanese Woodblock Print

Explore the codes and conventions behind a Samurai print More >
Killed at the Battle of Passchendaele

Killed at the Battle of Passchendaele

Gunner Lewis William Harman's belt More >

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