Collection: LIDDLE: Liddle Collection (First and Second World Wars)

Archive Sub-collection icon Archive Sub-collection: Liddle Collection (First World War)

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Title: Liddle Collection (First World War)

Level: Sub-collection 

Classmark: LIDDLE/WW1

Date: 1914-1918

Persistent link: https://library.leeds.ac.uk/special-collections-explore/12657 

Collection group(s): Liddle Collection

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Description

Letters and diaries, official and personal papers, photographs, newspapers, artwork and recollections of the First World War.

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