Suffolk on the Home Front by Sarah Doig

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  • East Midlands of England

  • 19 November 2018

  • 10:00
  • £7.50

This absorbing talk explores the huge effect of the First World War on Suffolk people. Sarah Doig follows the story of the mass recruitment drives for young soldiers and how our rural communities and farming were affected. She also tells of the drastic changes to women's life and work, as well as taking a look at the memorials established in parishes to honour their war dead.

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