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Sheffield's Great War and Beyond (Kindle)

Local History WWI Yorkshire and Humberside Towns & Cities in the Great War 1914 1915 1916 1917 1918 Military England

By Peter Warr
Imprint: Pen & Sword Military
Series: Your Towns & Cities in the Great War
File Size: 65.3 MB (.mobi)
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Pages: 263
ISBN: 9781473869240
eBook Released: 19th August 2015


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This book is out of the ordinary. As well as describing the many changes in Sheffield between 1914 and 1918, it tells about the troubling events in following years as poverty and riots took hold.

It is also special in identifying hundreds of small as well as large Sheffield companies that worked to provide the necessities of war. With many previously-hidden facts, the book describes the city's 'national factories', the new Ministry of Munitions, the government's control of companies, arguments about the employment of women, an increased emphasis on workers' welfare, the impact of the Sheffield Committee on Munitions of War, and the special contributions of the Cutlers' Company.

Compulsory call-up, conscientious objectors and the work of the Sheffield Military Tribunal are also brought to life, as are problems caused by a shortage of food and the eventual imposition of rationing. The city's German prisoners of war are introduced, as are the ravages of influenza and the terrible poverty and conflict that soon afflicted the city. These local changes are presented against a background of important national events and with more than 100 original photographs.

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Sheffield Star

'An ideal read for anyone interested in Sheffield's history or the First World War.'

Bradway Bugle

About Peter Warr

Peter Warr is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Sheffield. He has written widely about the citys history, as well as publishing more than twenty books and many articles in his profession as an applied psychologist. He is the holder of several national and international awards, and serves locally as honorary custodian of the Ranmoor historical archive. His royalties for this book are being sent by the publishers directly to the Royal British Legion and they will be put to use in the Sheffield region.

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