The First World War in Objects

As the First World War drew to a close, and in the weeks and months after the Armistice, a number of veterans’ associations were formed throughout the UK. In many ways, this was a result of the social revolution that the war had created. These organisations, an important platform for former service personnel to remember lost comrades, retained a degree of camaraderie and discussed the post-war issues veterans faced as well as forming an influential social movement in their own right. One of these organisations was the Comrades of the Great War.


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