Air raids conducted during the First World War are one of the most overlooked aspects of the war. The sites associated with the air war still remain to be thoroughly researched and recorded. You can help to build up a
The air raid on the 2/3 September 1916 saw the first successful destruction of a German airship over mainland Britain. This raid, comprising of 14 airships, was to be the heaviest airship raid conducted by Germany agai
Our ‘Map of Sites’ continues to grow and we are now gaining insights into how the First World War affected villages, towns, and cities throughout the country. Recording First World War sites in your area may
The threat of invasion during the First World War is often overlooked but was taken very seriously by the Military at the time who believed enemy landing parties, and full-scale invasion, were an ever present threat.
A UK-wide project helping communities record and map our First World War sites, coordinated by the Council for British Archaeology
The Council for British Archaeology, Home Front Legacy 1914-18 project has made great
Home Front Legacy are pleased to announce the launch of our on-line Site Recording Guide.
The purpose of this guide is to enable individuals and groups to use the Home Front Legacy Recording App and record t
Our 'Map of Sites' continues to grow and we are now gaining insights into how the First World War affected villages, towns, and cities throughout the country. Recording First World War sites may allow you to
The Council for British Archaeology Home Front Legacy Project is working in partnership with Historic England to develop teaching resources for schools.
Home Front Legacy are looking to commission an Illustrator to cr
This case study has been taken directly from the website How the ANZACSs came to Weymouth with kind permission of Phil Sherwood.
“On the outbreak of war our town was a popular seaside resort made fashionable as
Vintage postcards are an invaluable visual resource for investigating First World War sites, structures and events; helping to identify the location of sites such as Training Camps, National Factories, Training Areas and