Monday, 28 January 2013

University of Strathclyde WW2 Reserved Occupations project

Borders Family History Society has posted details of a University of Strathclyde oral history project looking at reserved occupation status in the Second World War. The university is looking for people who had a reserved occupation during the conflict, who may wish to be interviewed about their experiences. The society's blog post is available at http://blog.bordersfhs.org.uk/2013/01/reserved-occupations-during-second.html.

(With thanks to Borders FHS)

Chris

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