No Man’s Land: Young People Uncover Women’s Viewpoints on the First World War

The Peace Museum is extremely excited to be involved in a brilliant new project with New Focus, a volunteer group of young people age 16-25 from the Impressions Gallery.

New Focus visited The Peace Museum back in February earlier this year to explore our collection in search of photographs and objects related to women during the First World War. They will also be visiting the Liddle Collection at the University of Leeds and the archive at the Imperial War Museum, London.

The project is funded by Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) ‘Young Roots’ scheme.  To find out more about the project, you can view the press release here: file:///C:/Users/Head%20of%20Museum/Downloads/HLF%20Press%20Release.pdf

Photo credit: Hanna Ahmed (left) and Nazish Majid looking at items from the archive at The Peace Museum, Bradford
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