‘No Man’s Land’ new publication for young people
No Man’s Land: Young People Uncover Women’s Viewpoints of the First World War takes you on a journey through the lives of some amazing female photographers who worked during the First World War.
This groundbreaking publication No Man’s Land was created by New Focus a young people’s project group from the Impressions Gallery, Bradford.
The book features images from The Peace Museum collection, including a reprint of members of the Women’s International League for Peace and Freedom at their 1919 conference in Zurich, made from an original wood and copper printing block.
No Man’s Land is being distributed to all secondary schools and libraries throughout the Bradford district thanks to the support of National Lottery Players. New Focus are also running workshops in schools to engage pupils with the themes in the book, as well as developing creative activities at Impressions Gallery to share their experiences with other young people.
You can view a full copy of the book below.
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