First World War Memorial unveiled 1921
St Edmundsbury's Local History
Gallery of postcards, pictures and records from the Great War

(NB you may browse from page to page within the three main headings without needing to return to this menu if you prefer)

Postcards and Pictures 1914-1919
Page 1 - Soldiers at camp in training in West Suffolk
Page 2 - More training pictures
Page 2a - Tank training and Security at the Elveden Explosives Area
Page 3 - Pictures of Suffolk Regiment overseas
Page 4a - Bury St Edmunds first air attack in 1915
Page 4b - Bury St Edmunds second air attack in 1916
Page 5 - Damage to other Suffolk towns 1915 to 1917
Page 6 - Pictures of casualties in hospitals in West Suffolk
Page 7 - More hospital pictures
Page 8 - West Suffolk scenes at home with working women
Page 9 - Propaganda and its effects
Page 10 - The war is over - medals and remembrance
A Wartime Visitors Book 1916-1918 (By courtesy of Mr Nigel Finch)
Page 1 - Pictures in the garden
Page 2 - Signatures of wounded servicemen
Page 3 - More signatures
East Anglian Munitions Committee 1914-1918
Page 1 - Text of the Report
Page 2 - Pictures of the Munitions Committee Depot, Ipswich
Page 3 - Pictures of the main members of the Committee
Personal Stories
Nurse Dawson at Ampton Hall Hospital 1916/17 (by courtesy of Phil How)

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