The WW1 Regent's Park post sorting office
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WW1 centenary: The gigantic sorting office built to handle letters sent to soldiers

One of Britain's most effective weapons during World War One was morale.

A constant stream of letters was sent to troops around the world, and to cope with this a gigantic wooden sorting office employing 2,500 people was built in London.

Chris Taft from the British Postal Museum and Archive found out more.

  • 07 Aug 2014
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