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The production boom that fuelled the frontline
The Post Office kept loved ones in touch with the utmost efficiency.
The war comes ot Herdman's linen mill
Women linen industry workers go to work in Mackie's making munitions for the Front.
Governey’s Boot Factory in Carlow town shod the feet of many British Army soldiers.
Workman, Clark and Company shipyard turned out two Monitor ships during the war.
How the Belfast Municipal Technical Institute helped the war effort.
By 1917 more than a thousand allotments were created in Nottingham for the war effort
KA20 3LN - The Nobel Dynamite factory made explosive and propellants to be used in WW1.
How Lincolnshire coped with a reduced workforce and horses at war’s peak
Bullets to penetrate Zeppelins
Front line motorcycles that had global appeal
WW1 postcards show men practicing building bridges and pontoons
One of the first national shell factories opened in the country
Where thousands of men and women produced munitions for World War One
Recreating the lives of pupils 100 years ago
A diamond merchant who fled Belgium and built a munitions factory
Feeding an army at the front line
The modern day open public space was a hectic place 100 years ago
PH8 0JS - Craigvinean Forest was home to hundreds of volunteers from Newfoundland.
One of Britain's worst war time disasters
The small Leicestershire village that made socks for millions of soldiers
Cowley car assembly in Oxford halts as the William Morris factory turns to mine sinkers
Witney blankets - a practical part of a soldier's kit and a comforting reminder of home
From windows to munitions - the war work of Crittall Windows
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