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Biddulph and the Great War

On the Home Front

Introduction

In this chapter we will study the response to the conflict by the local community and hope to consider: fund raising for the war effort, the Queen Mary’s Needlework Guild, Belgian refugees, local tribunals, the role of women, the effects on agriculture, food prices and rationing and the impact on local trade and industry.

Click on the headings below to go to the appropriate chapter, as they become available.

Fund Raising

Queen Mary’s Needlework Guild

Belgian Refugees

Local Tribunals

The Role of Women

Agriculture, food prices and rationing

Local Trade and Industry

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Biddulph and the Great War

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Last updated: On the 1st January 2018 by DJO