A collaboration that includes the BBC and the Imperial War Museum has produced a fascinating study of the British home front, assembled in a high quality 112-page PDF magazine. It can be read on smart phones of all makes in the UK, and on home and laptop computers anywhere. And — it's free. Below is a sampling of the excellent selection of images the editors included. Honestly, you have to be a bit of an Anglophile to fully appreciate it, but since all our editors at Worldwar1.com are and many of you readers are, we wholeheartedly recommend that you download this publication HERE.
|Gertie Is Known as the Vera Lynn of World War I|
|The "Preston Pals" Enlistment Parade Preston, Lancashire|
Suffered Almost 50% Casualties in the First Two Weeks of the Somme
|Testing a Mark Series Tank for Flotation|
|In Line for Food, Reading in Berkshire|