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WW1 at Black Country Living Museum

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Commemorating 1914 – 1918, World War One

For the next four years, Black Country Living Museum will be commemorating World War One 1914-18 with a host of activities, research and collections.

Here are a few of the topics that we have been researching to bring stories to you; of the Black Country Home front during WW1.

Christmas & New Year

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Find out about Christmas 1914 & New Year 1915

 

Coal Shortages

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Find out about coal shortages, coal rationing and coal theft.

Coal Shortages

 

 

 

 

 

Food in WW1

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Find out about local food shortages, rationing and price rises.

Black Country Food Shortages

 

 

 

 

 

Childhood in the War

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Find out about childhood in World War One, war babies, local children's awareness of the War and children's contribution to the war.

Black Country Children in WW1
 

 

WW1 Events at BCLM

/media/ww1/library/140729_230_our_events.jpgFind out about our latest activities and events taking place at the Museum on our WW1 Events page

 

 

 

 

Back to BCLM's WW1 homepage

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