Llanidloes Great War Trail A guided trail around the market town of Llanidloes, in mid Wales, highlighting the sacrifice made by families in the town during World War One. The trail gives details of the war experience of men from Llanidloes, many of whom paid the ultimate sacrifice and whose names are recorded on the war memorial at the start of the trail. By linking the names on the memorial to the places where the men lived, worked and socialised, the trail brings them back to life and reconnects the present to a past Llanidloes that is in danger of slipping out of memory. This trail is the first in a series that illustrates the experience of a rural Welsh community (Arwystli) in the Great War. Apple: Android: page
The First World War Education Project OR/NEU National Library of Wales and National Museum Wales are leading a project to produce education resources for schools to commemorate the centenary of the First World War. items from the collections of both institutions are being used to create digital teaching resources for Hwb, the all-Wales learning platform ( The formats of these resources vary, and include Word, PDF, PowerPoint, iBooks and interactive web technology. Show page
Cymru1914.orghttp://cymru1914.orgCymru1914 is a large collection of digitised primary sources that relate to Wales and the First World War. The collection includes sources such as local newspapers of the period, sound recordings, journals, photographs, archives and manuscripts taken from libraries, archives and museums across Wales. Access is free. Show page
Welsh Newspapers Online OR/NEU free access to over 15 million articles from newspapers based in and relating to Wales between 1804 and 1919. Contains English and Welsh-language publications.Show page
Archives Wales online catalogue of more than 7,000 collections in the holdings of 21 archives in Wales.Show page
Coflein online database for the National Monuments Record of Wales, the national collection of information about the historic environment of Wales. Show page
Flintshire War Memorials virtual memorial for the 21st century for those who died in the First World War (1914-18) and are remembered on the war memorials of Flintshire. Show page
Living Legacies 1914-18 Living Legacies Engagement Centre is a focal point for connecting academic and community researchers interested in how the First World War lives on in the 21st century world. It is a UK-wide research collaboration between Queen's University Belfast, University of Ulster, Newcastle University, Goldsmiths, University of London, National Library of Wales and National Museums Northern Ireland. The Centre is funded by the AHRC in partnership with HLF until December 2016.Show page
National Museum Wales online catalogue providing digital access to Amgueddfa Cymru - National Museum Wales' First World War collections. Show page
Newbridge War Memorial site to tell the story of the men listed on the Newbridge War Memorial, which is now located in St Fagans National History Museum, Cardiff.Show page
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