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Life on the home front in Britain.

This gallery considers the impact of the First World War on civilian life using documents from the National Archives

The slow, choppy waters erratically splash up against the obstruction - an off beat rhythm banging into an island of rusted steel. As t...

The slow, choppy waters erratically splash up against the obstruction - an off beat rhythm banging into an island of rusted steel.

British battleships steaming out to meet the High Seas Fleet arriving in for internment, November 1918 - HMS Queen Elizabeth in the foreground.

Royal Navy battleships steaming out to meet the High Seas Fleet arriving in British waters for internment, November 1918 - HMS Queen Elizabeth in the foreground.

The First Snow, from the NS8 Airship over the Lammermuirs   Alfred Egerton Cooper (1883–1974)   RAF Museum  The British NS (North Sea) class non-rigid airships were the largest and last in a succession of "blimps" that served with the Royal Naval Air Service during World War I; ... examples of the class went on to break all flying records for non-rigid airships and the type became regarded as the most efficient of its kind.  Wikipedia

The First Snow, from the Airship over the Lammermuirs, 1918 by Alfred Egerton Cooper (British

TauEmpireMap

Tau

The Tau (Imperial binomial classification: Tau tau), known in their own language as the T'au.

John Lavery - The Aerodrome, East Fortune, North Berwick, The Starting Point for British Airships of the North Sea Air Patrol

Sir John Lavery, The Aerodrome, East Fortune, North Berwick, The starting-point for British airships of the North Sea Air Patrol

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The Vault: Infographic of national losses in WWI, published.

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