Birmingham Children of War – learning & resource guide

At our public event on 11th March we launched the print version of the Birmingham Children of War – Learning and Resource Guide. This, together with the associated display panels, received much positive feedback, and both enable us to share a summary of our findings together with a selective bibliography with a wider audience. The Guide is now also available as a digital download from the links below.

The large file version is approx 9Mb and is compatible with Acrobat 5.0, but download speeds may be slow. The small file is approx 3 Mb,  compatible with Acrobat 6.0 and above and should provide quicker download speeds

Birmingham Children of War – Learning and Resource Guide (Large File)

Birmingham Children of War – Learning and Resource Guide (Small File)

We are grateful to our designer Brigitte Winsor for bringing her skills to bear on the collaborative content of our team of volunteers.

The 14 A2 exhibition panels are now available for display at suitable events. Email us at fobah@outlook.com if you have a WW1 themed event in the Birmingham area if you’d be interested in us attending.

Liz Palmer

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