Please see the latest Women in War Newsletter featuring articles on female military leadership and a signaller at Arnhem, medical aspects of Sir Winston Churchill and the Air Transport Auxiliary (ATA). Image Queen Aethelfleda with her nephew, Aethelstan Tamworth Heritage Trust
Please see the latest Women in War Newsletter featuring articles on - Alice in Wonderland (with a military theme) and, from a darker era, a new book on the history of Concentration Camps and the plight of a family during the invasion of Poland in 1939. Image Bundesarchiv via Wikimedia
The 2nd Modern Conflict Research Symposium will be hosted at the Imperial War Museum North, Manchester on 31 January / 1 February 2020. Tickets are now available to purchase via the university of Huddersfield. MCRS is an interdisciplinary conference which provides a space for discuss
See also our Events page at http://www.bcmh.org.uk/event/2nd-modern-conflict-research-symposium-31-jan-1-feb-2020/ The 2nd Modern Conflict Research Symposium will be hosted at the Imperial War Museum North, Manchester on 31 January / 1 February 2020. Tickets are now available to
Latest News The Call for Papers was very successful and this event will now run for two whole days on the Friday and Saturday. We are pleased to announce that booking is now open for Theatres of War: The BCMH New Researchers' Conference, 8-9 November 2019. Programme The conference pro
The latest issue of the BJMH has been published at http://journals.gold.ac.uk/index.php/bjmh/issue/view/71 . You can download the individual articles or the complete issue as pdfs. Congratulations to Richard Grayson and everyone in his team!
This is a remarkable project and website documenting the geographical distribution of UK citizens who died in the Great War. The map is here: A Street Near You When searching, insert the relevant postcode and then press the Enter key. Clicking on the search icon (the magnifying glass