'Women and the First World War in Birmingham' talk by Dr Siân Roberts at the Library of Birmingham
Talk focusing on women's experiences of war in Birmingham
The talk will focus on women's experiences of war in Birmingham and the different roles that they played in supporting and opposing the conflict. It will draw on research undertaken by Siân for her book Great War Birmingham: Remembering 1914-1918 published by The History Press in 2014, and subsequent research in the archives in Birmingham and elsewhere.
11:15 'Women and the First World War in Birmingham' talk
12:15 Opportunity to look at and discuss a selection of original archival material.
Booking essential as places are limited! To book please email: email@example.com
Wolfson Centre for Archival research, Level 4, Library of Birmingham.
How to find us:
The Wolfson Centre for Archival Research is based on level 4 of the Library of Birmingham in Centenary Square. For directions and maps see the link below. On arrival, please report to the information desk on level 4.
Directions and maps: https://www.birmingham.gov.uk/info/50132/visiting_the_library_of_birmingham