Wednesday, 6 August 2014

Jersey Heritage - World War 1 blog

Following on from news of PRONI's new WW1 themed monthly blog yesterday from Belfast, I've been informed that Jersey Heritage is doing something rather similar - here's the blurb from the site:

What actually happened in Jersey during the Great War? How did islanders cope with a conflict that was so close to home and yet so far removed? Jersey Heritage is setting out to answer these questions over the course of the next four years by putting together a blog about daily life on the home front. Starting on Monday 30 June, and every Monday after that for the next four years, find out what was going on in the Island 100 years a century ago.

To read the blog visit

(With thanks to James via the Comments feed on this blog)


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