Our World War 1 project, which will run for four years, will tell Norfolk’s unique story, particularly in relation to the impact of the war at home, its impact on families, on the civilian population, on the work of women, the struggle for the vote, the role of workers and radical politics, of conscientious objectors, of other support services like the Red Cross and Forage Corps and the implications of war on local agriculture and industry.
Commemoration and telling good human stories are key to our project
If you have any Norfolk in World War 1 stories or information that we could include on this page please email email@example.com
As you are probably aware there is a new data protection law (commonly called GDPR); as part of this we have been updating our regulations and ensuring that in all things regarding your personal data, we are transparent, fair and lawful.
We have always wanted to make sure that the Norfolkinworldwar1.org site was a community project and we thank everyone who has shared their stories, left comments on the site or emailed us over the past few years. Rest assured we plan on continuing to share stories, histories and events with you up until the end of this year at the very least.
Please also be assured that we do not share your contact details without seeking your permission first – I know that in several instances friendships have been made through stories published on the blog and we are very happy to have facilitated this.
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