East Midlands History & Heritage magazine issue 8 out now!

The latest edition of East Midlands History & Heritage magazine includes the following articles:

    • The fighting member back to ‘The House’: Oliver Locker-Lampson, the Conservative Party and the 1918 Coupon Election in Huntingdonshire.
    • The Bayley (Red Cross) Auxiliary Hospital, Nottingham 1914 to 1919
    • “Peace Day” celebrations in Derby
    • ‘These splendid lads’: Leicester’s Clarendon Park in the Great War
    • The effect of the First World War on Mountsorrel Quarry
    • The Sherwood Forester and the surgeon who changed the face of plastic surgery
    • Leicestershire’s contribution to saving the nation from starvation.
    • Working for the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
    • 1918: the perspectives of a Lincolnshire home front poet
    • The Great War and its consequences: Building an archive

Read the magazine ….