Continuing the theme of Remembrance for November, a new digital project has been launched to offer insight into Oxford’s First World War experience. Funded by the Van Houten Bequest and co-ordinated by IT Services with the Public Affairs Directorate, Oxford at War 1914-1918 is asking town and gown to contribute memories and digital images (letters, diaries, photographs etc) to an online database. The project was reported in The Oxford Times on November 17th.
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