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From the Fight for Britain to the Fight for Bread: Portsmouth and the Impact of the First World War, 1914-1925 – James Daley/Dan Kneller

Former University of Portsmouth history students, James Daly and Dan Kneller, have published a Portsmouth Paper that examines the impact of the First World War on the naval city of Portsmouth. ‘From the Fight for Britain to the Fight for Bread: Portsmouth and the Impact of the First World War, 1914-1925’ draws on a wealth […]

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Warsaw Ghetto Uprising

Using Oral Sources; Recovering the History of the Roma Holocaust

Aron Fridvalszky, second year history student at Portsmouth, wrote the following article on the Hungarian Roma holocaust for the Introduction to Historical Research Module.  The module is coordinated by Dr Jessica Moody, Lecturer in Modern History and Heritage at Portsmouth. Using Oral Sources: Recovering the history of the Hungarian Roma Holocaust In a speech in […]

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