Getting to know one First World War soldier’s unique experience.
Within Lowewood Museum’s collection are a set of five diaries written during the First World War by Stephen Warner, a soldier whose family came from Hoddesdon. 622 more words
One Monday evening in December, 1917, Surbiton in Surrey received a visit from Mr. Horatio Bottomley, a figure the wartime Daily Mirror newspaper had called ‘London’s Answer to the Zeps’ because of his powerful oratory at public meetings. 1,332 more words
During my readings of Jean Cocteau’s literature, I heard the name and work of Raymond Radiguet as a great influence on Cocteau, his work and his life. 383 more words