Europeana Network Association Education Community - Mini-Transcribathon

Connecting Formal and Informal Education with Digital Cultural Heritage

Two Days Workshop

On Friday 28 August, between 10:20 and 11:10 CET a special mini-Transcribathon will take place (upon invitation only; registration is closed).
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Europeana Education and the LEM Group of NEMO have set up invites a learning event online addressed to museum educators and teachers.

During a two days workshop, you will know more about innovative pedagogical trends, free available resources to engage remotely with students and get insights into our plans to strengthen formal and informal education with digital cultural heritage. The event is also an opportunity to meet and discuss with peers across Europe, share your experience with online tools, and get practical insight on how to design eLearning activities for your learners in this disruptive period.

 

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Bertie Bond's Diary

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The last few months of the war through the eyes & pen of my grandfather Bertie Bond, sailor on board HMS Fury || His personal diary

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Hugh Colvin Tales of the V.C.

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Hugh Colvin VC (1 February 1887 – 16 September 1962) was an English recipient of the Victoria Cross, the highest and most prestigious award for gallantry in the face of the enemy that can be awarded to British and Commonwealth forces. He was 30 years old, and a second Lieutenant in the 9th Battalion, The Cheshire Regiment, British Army during the First World War when the following deed took place for which he was awarded the VC. Citation: On 20 September 1917 east of Ypres, Belgium, when all the other officers of his company and all but one in the leading company had become casualties, Second Lieutenant Colvin took command of both companies and led them forward under heavy fire with great success. He went with only two men to a dug-out, when he left the men on top, entered it alone and brought out 14 prisoners. He then proceeded to clear other dug-outs, alone or with only one man, capturing machine-guns, killing some of the enemy and taking a large number of prisoners. He later achieved the rank of Major. His Victoria Cross is displayed at The Cheshire Regiment Museum, Chester, England. The attached account of his actions was written by James Price Lloyd of the Welsh Regiment, who served with Military Intelligence. After the war, the government to destroyed all the archives relating to this propaganda (section MI 7b (1)). They were regarded as being too sensitive to risk being made public. Remarkably these documents have survived in the personal records of Captain Lloyd. Many of these papers are officially stamped, and one can trace the development of many individual articles from the notes based on an idea, to the pencil draft which is then followed by the hand-written submission and the typescript. The archive Tales of the VC comprises 94 individual accounts of the heroism that earned the highest award for valour, the Victoria Cross. These are recounted deferentially and economically, yet they still manage to move the reader. Date stamp: 12 January 1918. || Article with annotations.

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George Lowe: diary from the front

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Amongst my fathers possessions I found a handwritten diary written by his father, my grandfather during his time at a siege battery during WW1. || A handwritten diary covering a period from November 1917 to May 1918, during which time he was assigned to a siege battery. It covers gas attacks, a number of his compatriots being killed, him being wounded and being shipped back to the UK.

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WW1 War Medals And two full Diaries written on the front line || Diary of an Old Contemptible From Mons to Baghdad 1914 - 1918 Edited by Dr P A Downham Pen & Sword Books Ltd ISBN: 1 84415 135 2 Edward Roe's diaries are exceptional in a number of respects. Not only do they cover active service in three major theatres of the Great War, namely Northern France, Gallipoli and Mesopotamia, but the diarist was one of the lucky few to survive the five years of conflict, albeit being wounded severely on two occasions. Yet, perhaps the most remarkable aspect of all is the fact they are written by a professional private soldier possessing the most extraordinary natural talent for descriptive writing. The fact that Roe remained a fighting man means that his diaries describe the daily life and conditions in the frontline. Thanks to his lucid prose, the reader accompanies Private Roe on the retreat from Mons, 1914; shares the experiences of the first Christmas of the war; witnesses the early days of trench warfare and the terrifying gas attacks and bitter fighting at Ypres. Later we accompany him, after his recovery from wounds, to Gallipoli where he is with the rear-guard as the misconceived and ill-fated venture is aborted. The record continues with Roe's battalion being sent to Mesopotamia as part of the Tigris Corps in an attempt to relieve General Townshend at Kut. Wounded at Sannaiyat, he returns in time to describe the advance to and seizure of Baghdad. Diary of an Old Contemptible is compelling reading for both those with a detailed knowledge of The Great War and also for those who wish to gain a unique insight into the experiences of a young soldier caught up in the conflict. Review by the Queen's Lancashire Regiment For decades, one of the hidden gems of our museum, known only to the expert few, was the diary of Private Edward “Ned” Roe of the South Lancashire Regiment. Ned was a rarity, a private soldier with an extraordinary natural talent for descriptive writing who kept a detailed diary of his service. And what service. He fought with his regiment right through from the first clashes at Mons in August 1914, via Northern France, Gallipoli and Mesopotamia, to the final armistice in 1918. So extensive and so varied was his active service that some modern observers have questioned whether one man could have experienced them all and survived. But he could, and he did, albeit twice severely wounded. Ned Roe’s diary is a genuinely important first-person contribution to the literature of the First World War. Born in 1886, his hometown was Castlepollard in the County of Westmeath in Ireland. In 1905, at the age of nineteen, labourer Edward Roe enlisted as a Private in the 1st Battalion East Lancashire Regiment. By the time of the First World War he had already served in South Africa and India. Throughout his very varied active service in the war he kept a daily record, as best he could, of the retreat from Mons, the crossings of the Marne and Aisne, Ploegsteert, Xmas 1914 and the beginnings of trench warfare. Wounded at Ypres, on his recovery, he was posted to Gallipoli and finally the campaign in Mesopotamia where he was again wounded at the Battle of Sannaiyat. He returned to his unit for the campaign to take Baghdad and expel the Turks from the modern day Iraq. With a rare gift for descriptive writing, he gained a reputation as the battalion diarist and this day-to-day record forms the basis of this book. Not settling to civilian life Roe re-enlisted at Dover on 29 October 1919 as a private in the South Lancashires. He finished his army career, as a Private, on 12 April 1933 having completed a total of 27 years and 205 days service with the colours. Edward Roe died in 1952, aged sixty-six, and was buried in Warrington Cemetary, Manchester Road Warrington in Plot Z937 having died on 17th June 1952. His grave is in a poor state of preservation .

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The unexpected find of Michael J. Thompson

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Metal cross Postcard 6 may 1918 Postcard 11 dec 1918 || The metal cross shown here was found by Michael in a bombed out building while he was stationed in France, ca 1918. Postcards sent to his wife while he was away, one telling her he was sailing to France that night. Postcard written in Folkstone 6 May 1918 to Mrs Theresa Thompson, my mother, from my father Michael J. Thompson, posted 7pm. Postcard written in Folkstone 11 Dec 1918 to Mrs Theresa, my mother, from my father Michael J. Thompson, posted 2pm.

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1914-1918 Diary of Michael Clancy | Navy | Gunners Mate /CPO on board HMS Canopus

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The 1914-1918 Diary of Michael Clancy, Gunners Mate /CPo on board of the HMS Canopus. Instruction Manual (manuscript with drawings) on director firing. Rules for working valve levers, hydraulic machinery, fire pump and tank, steam heating, engine working value, etc. There are three books. Michael Clancy's wife gave the diary to contibutor''s dad named Sean, who gave the diaries to the son, also named Michael Clancy || Diary

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A Trench Raid - extract from the archive of MI 7b propaganda

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Excerpt from A Trench Raid - article written for MI 7b(1) in September 1917, by Lt J P Lloyd of the Welch Regiment with a brief review. || The following extract is taken from MI 7b, the discovery of a lost propaganda archive from the Great War. A Trench Raid At last, after what seemed years of waiting, the long-expected signal came, and we filed into the sap, and then crawled cautiously across No Man’s Land to the shelter of some friendly shell-craters about forty yards from the Boche wire. The signal for the final rush was to be an intensive bombardment on the flanks of the position we were to attack. We did not have to wait long. Punctual to the second, the artillery strafe commenced and simultaneously a blinding sheet of flame and an earth-shaking roar told us that H.E. had completed the work of our wire cutters in blasting a gap in the entanglements. The next few minutes were crowded in the extreme. The whole party made a dash for the opening in the wire, scrambled over the parapet, and, as had been arranged, divided their forces, and bombed their way, right and left, down the trench. A sentry, who had been posted quite close to the point of entry, had been blown backwards off his perch by the force of the explosion, and was no longer in a condition to dispute our passage. The only real resistance we encountered was on the right where a machine gun team hurriedly dismounted their gun from its emplacement, and directed a stream of bullets down the trench in the hope of catching the attackers unawares when the rounded the traverse. But the Bombing Sergeant, crawling along the parapet, dropped a couple of Mill's Bombs in the middle of the party, and then jumped down afterwards lest there should be any mistake. So it was that a battered machine-gun, plus a pair of stout Bavarians, very much the worse for wear, were shortly being passed to the rear. Naturally the time is limited on a raid, and it is prudent to get back to the shelter of your own trenches before the enemy has time to recover from his surprise, and starts to retaliate. But before we turned back we lighted the fuse of an infernal machine which had been part of the R.E.'s contribution to the night's entertainment, and placed it in an unobtrusive position at the foot of the traverse, with the object of discouraging any Huns from annoying us in our retirement. We returned to the original starting point to find the moppers-up had lured several unwilling captives from their under-ground funk-holes, and had already started to shepherd them across No Man's Land on the first stage of their journey to England. As we picked our way through the shell-holes on our way home, our machine-guns were sweeping the Boche parapet on our right and left to restrain any vulgar curiosity on their part as to the fate of their brethren. The last of the excursionists dropped over our friendly parapet just as two infernal machines, in quick succession, rent the night with the roar of their explosion, and a salvo of woolly bears, the first fruits of retaliation, burst high up in the air over the ground we had just vacated. The article, “A Trench Raid” was written by Lt J.P. Lloyd of the Welch Regiment in September 1917, and is one of 150 or so articles and stories he wrote. His work is the sole surviving archive of military propaganda from a secret outfit designated MI 7b. All the official documents of MI 7b were thought to have been destroyed at the war’s end. Lt James Price Lloyd was my paternal great uncle and as a Second-lieutenant, he had been shot and wounded in the first Battle of the Somme in the fighting at Mametz on Friday, the 7th July 1916. Whilst recuperating, he responded to a War Office trawl for officers to write articles about the war. His work was accepted and on 7th July 1917, a year to the day since he had been wounded, he reported for duty with MI 7b. He thought he was joining a unit set up to counter Hun propaganda, but that was just a cover story. Although he didn’t know it at the time, he was joining a strategic propaganda offensive aimed directly at the Home Front, and the home fronts of the Empire, her dominions and colonies. Allied nations too were targeted, as were neutral nations who needed to be swayed towards our cause. MI 7b (1) had been set up in response to the perceived threat that support for the war was waning, that revolution was in the air, that there was discontent in the factories, and saboteurs active amongst us! In the autumn of 1916, through to the dread dark days of early 1917, disaster loomed. The nation, traumatised by the horrendous losses on the Somme front, faced insurrection in Ireland, revolution abroad, and was in danger of losing the battle at sea. The fear of losing the war and the prospect of famine brought home the reality of a modern, total war. To have any hope of preparing the nation not only to accept the huge losses that the strategy of attrition would inevitably demand, but also to sustain their faith that the cause was just and noble, and the sacrifice necessary, there had to be a counter-balance to the Roll of Honour. The authorities recognised that they had to seize the agenda, set the tone, improve and sustain morale. To that end, the War Office trawled for officers with some time on their hands to write about the war, especially the human interest side. Capt Alan Dawson fielded their submissions and set up what became MI 7b (1). It attracted some of the finest literary talent of the day, many of whom were serving in the Army and had connections to the popular newspapers and magazines of the time. Similarly illustrators and artists were recruited and so it was that MI 7b (1) was able to produce high-grade propaganda material in both graphic and text media from the outset. Given its connections and the newspapers’ insatiable appetite for war news, MI 7b (1) became a major source of news that was then reported by the press all over the English speaking world. From August 1917, Lt James Lloyd wrote first-hand accounts of battles and daily life in the trenches, and Captain Bruce Bairnsfather provided cartoons and illustrations that gave the imagination a visual hook. It is clear that their work was integrated as a result of a clearly developed editorial strategy. Bairnsfather’s cartoon character “Old Bill” and his “Fragments from France” were a national sensation – Old Bill became the archetypal “Old Contemptible” and a much loved figure world wide. Lloyd’s retrospectives on fighting in France, along with Bairnsfather’s illustrations, allowed those on the world’s home fronts to identify with the men at war, and get that much closer to what they thought the war may be really like. Lloyd had much to learn about writing propaganda as many of his drafts were too close to reality to have been passed fit for publication. Some of the most poignant and moving accounts he wrote, never made it beyond the manuscript. These “rejected” articles contain much that would otherwise remain hidden. In my view, these articles are that much more interesting and shed a truer and brighter light on events that went unreported. As the propaganda agenda moved on, Lloyd was tasked with producing “Tales of the VC”, and so that his reports on the fighting in France weren’t stale, he was sent back to the Western Front to observe first hand. It is clear that Lloyd wasn’t the only MI 7b officer to undertake such travels, as A A Milne, too, undertook secret work in France at some time during 1918. Officers from MI 7b travelled the Western Front extensively witnessing, as opposed to taking a further active part in, the battles and major campaigns of the war from early 1917 onwards. Those accounts were their main source of war news reporting and were then distributed for publication around the globe. There are examples of newspapers carrying 2 or 3 articles sourced from MI 7b on a single page. With War Office support, what had started out as a “one man and his dog” operation in early 1916, became a highly successful broadcast medium with global reach within 18 months or so, producing an estimate of 7,500 articles for syndication world wide. Had the “Green Book” – the secret valedictory house journal of MI 7b (1) - not been discovered by chance, those writing for MI 7b (1) would have remained incognito, and its secret work only imagined, as so little of its official archive is known to exist. A A Milne is now the best known member of MI 7b, and the current media interest in his role risks eclipsing the wider story. Milne was not the only surprise to be found on the inside cover of the Green Book, posted elsewhere on this forum. The list of members and their literary achievements is truly astonishing. The 150 remaining articles in the archive are of a high literary standard and the articles and stories each stand on their own merit. They would be interesting enough on their own, but in the context of their being examples of a secret campaign, they are an invaluable source. Written by someone who had served and been wounded in the front line trenches, Lloyd’s stories provide a fascinating glimpse into the realities of the fighting, and of life in France. His published work for MI 7b (1) is extensive, and I am very grateful to everyone who has helped me find examples. However, not everything was published, and the unpublished drafts provide tantalising glimpses into the realities as perceived at the time and written in the lingua franca of that era with its richness of slang, its wry observations on the detail of daily trench life. It is also fascinating to view the propaganda production process in action; from idea to pencil draft, to manuscript and green-ink correction and censorship, to the typing pool and beyond to the higher echelons of the War Office food chain where it may be “Passed for publication.” Then, the article is there on the page of a Tasmanian journal, sitting alongside other articles from MI 7b. Each of the articles are under the name of the serving officer who wrote them giving no indication that they are the principal parts of a highly secret and sophisticated propaganda offensive. If the newspaper articles indicate the scale and reach of the operation, the discovery of the Green Book indicates the calibre of its operatives and like the Rosetta stone, unlocks some of the mystery. Why were so many talented and intelligent men willing to write propaganda in support for a war that each of them knew would result in further widespread slaughter? I believe that that they knew it to be their duty. They were recruited ostensibly to take part in a counter-propaganda offensive, and although that may have been plausible for a while, it is clear from what is written in the Green Book, that by the war’s end, some of these were men who felt that their integrity had been compromised. If all their work was meant for publication, what was the secret? The real secret of MI 7b (1) was that the Crown and Parliament had a very great need for it, far greater than history may yet have acknowledged. Why was it disbanded so quickly? The rapid disbandment of MI 7b did not affect its role and function, for that carried on. I think that Lords Northcliffe and Beaverbrook recognised that MI 7b (1) was a first class news agency with global reach, in effect, the information superhighway of its day. They took control of its infrastructure to further their newspaper interests, and MI 7b’s role and function morphed via the Ministry of Information through to the BBC. From Adelphi House to Bush House! With its records destroyed, and all its members bound by the Official Secrets Act, the story of MI 7b (1) might have remained an interesting, but obscure, footnote in history. With any luck, this discovery may yet inform our thinking about the First World War, and play a significant role in our understanding of the true nature of the conflict and the context in which it was reported.

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Thomas Clarkson - Bravery In The Trenches | 1916

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Citation for the Military Medal. Citation from Winston Churchill (Secretary of State for War). Invitation to receive his medal from Dodworth Town Council. Thomas Clarkson - photograph. || My grandfather, Thomas Clarkson, was called up from the Army reserve in 1914. He joined the 9th Btn., the York & Lancaster Regiment and was promoted to Company Quarter Master Sergeant. His act of bravery is described by his commanding officer: On the evening of March 13th 1916 at FLEURBAIX, CQMS T. Clarkson showed great courage, coolness and presence of mind when under heavy shell fire. The billets occupied by 'A' Company 9th York & Lancaster R. were severely shelled with HE and shrapnel, causing casualties to the number of 31 killed and wounded. This NCO was partially buried with bricks, mortar and other debris. The company storeman who was sitting by his side was killed. On extricating himself CQSM Clarkson at once went to the assistance of the wounded men and assisted in bandaging their wounds, and in extricating dead and wounded men from the debris - the whole time the shell fire was continuing. MILITARY MEDAL. Thomas had severe shrapnel wounds to both legs, which were left permanently bowed and deformed. He was awarded the Military Medal, which was presented to him at a meeting of the Dodworth Town Council in March 1919. Like many in the Great War, an ordinary man who found it within himself to do something extraordinary. || || Western Front || Thomas Clarkson || Citation in dispatches for the Military Medal || Official document || || Citation from the Secretary of State for War || Thomas Clarkson || Official document || || Official document || Dodworth District Council - Invitation to Medal Ceremony || || Photograph || QMS Thomas Clarkson, York & Lancaster Regiment

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David Beaver | letter from the Front Line

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David Beaver, Letter from the Front Line || A friend of my grandmother Ada Leaver received a letter from her friend, David Beaver, who wrote to her from the front line on 16 July 1915. He could hear the singing of the Germans. He mentions other music like ragtime, and the sinking of the Lusitania as well. This contribution includes the letter and a photograph of David Beaver, with a transcript and pressed flower from the letter. According to the Commonwealth War Graves Commission information David Beaver died of wounds (F&F) 8 August 1916, aged 21. He had enlisted in Preston, as a private (number 2299) in 'A' Company 1/4th (Territorial) Batt. The Loyal North Lancashire Regiment. He was the son of George and Ann Jane Beaver of 61 Park Road, Preston. He is buried in Plot 2 Row E Grave 37 in Dive Copse British Cemetery, Sailly-le-Sec, France (about 20km East of Amiens, near the River Somme). Additionally there are notes relating to another man, Private Frank Ditchfield (21409), serving with 7th Battalion Loyal North Lancashire Regiment, died on 5 july 1916. He was born in Preston and he enlisted in Stepney, Middlesex. He has no known grave, and is commemorated on Pier 11 Face A on the Thiepval Memorial on the Somme. There are also family history notes about Beaver and Ditchfield. || || Letter || A letter from the Front Line with a pressed flower. || David Beaver || || 49.914884,2.2701720000000023 || Multiple || David Beaver

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Two young uncles of mine were lost in France & Ukraine 1914-1915

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Two of ten children died in the First World War. Both were sons of Franz & Margarethe Herold in Offenbach am Main, Nordring 62, Germany, my paternal grandparents. When her son Georg 1 was killed in the war, my grandmother Margarethe bore a new 10th son at the age of 49 and she gave him the same name. This is my father Georg Herold, born on Nov 12 1915 in Offenbach am Main, Nordring 62. || Messages from the front, death notices, newspaper notices of deaths. || || 50.099273,8.760686999999962 || Deutsch || Official document || Offenbach a Main || Death notice

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Holbein Crawshaw Bentley 200093

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William Stringer

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Various photographs of contributor's grandfather, William Stringer, who joined the 20th Hussars on Aug. 4th, 1914. Also various postcards, including woven silk postcards from members of her family. || Certificate of Employment Photographs of William Stringer Photograph of Albert Mellor (donor's Great Uncle who died in the war) Photographs of William Stringer's brothers - John and George Family photo album Three woven silk postcards from Albert Mellor (donor's Great Uncle, her Grandmother's Uncle)

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Private William Dean (Private 5425)

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William's sister Florence, a teenager at the time of his death possessed the following memorabilia until her death in 1999. At which point they were passed to her great nieces Joanne & Alison Dean :- Letter from William to brothers Jim and Harry written while training at Tidworth (about pigeon bet) Imperial War Graves Commission paper on location of William's grave in Vermelles, France Poster Letters from William Picture of William Penny from King George V on death (Dead Man's Penny) Will; papers from War Office about him being gassed & hospitalised. Letter from Cavalry Record Office informing his mother of burial place at Vermelles, France. Photograph of Queen Mother & William's brother Jim at Colne War Memorial in 1930 Book of names Letter from William's captain informing his mother off his death + cap badge Letters from his mother Birth certificate of sister Florence || Private William Dean, 18th Hussars was born in 1893? in Colne. He joined the army in February 1910. According to the contributor he was aged 19 yrs 5 months and spent 5 years in the reserves. He was gassed while serving in France and spent time in hospital. He was killed 10 February 1916 aged 23 ? buried at Vermelles, France. He was shot dead in France from a bullet which passed through his cap badge. Please note that Liz Danskin is in fact the cataloguer, who has entered this data on behalf of contributor Joanne Dean.

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J. P. Murphy

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Letters, cards, photos related to J.P. Murphy. Injured in the war he spent time at Aldershot hospital || Letters, cards, photos || || JP Murphy || Letter from JP Murphy (1) || Letter || || Letter || Letter from JP Murphy (2) || JP Murphy || || Letter from JP Murphy (3) || JP Murphy || Letter || || Letter from JP Murphy (4) || Letter || JP Murphy || || JP Murphy || Letter from JP Murphy (5) || Letter || || Letter from JP Murphy (6) || Letter || JP Murphy || || Letter from JP Murphy (7) || JP Murphy || Letter || || Postcard from JP Murphy (1) || Postcard || JP Murphy || || Postcard from JP Murphy (2) || JP Murphy || Postcard || || JP Murphy || Letter || Letter from JP Murphy (8) || || Letter from JP Murphy (9) || JP Murphy || Letter || || Photograph || JP Murphy || Photograph of JP Murphy

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Love token

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A French franc (love token), and an RFA badge || In a box of assorted family medals the family found a French franc fashioned into a love token. Around the edge is recorded with love to Maggie from Jim. There is also a RFA (Royal Field Artillery) badge and the words France 1918 inscribed at the bottom.

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Maynie on Equipment Day

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Alice 'Maynie' Mary Bagshaw was a Red Cross Voluntary Aid nurse at Ripon, then Calderstones, Military Hospitals. Her brother, Arthur Walmsley Bagshaw, was conscripted into either the Fusileers or Bombadiers, near the end of the war & probably didn't see action. She was at Ripon when the Duke of Connought visited the Hospital to award honours to Mr Heughan (Seaforths), Mr Dawson M.C. (Manchesters), Mr Wilson (Gordons), & Mr Bircumshaw (Notts & Derbys). A Nurse Braithwaite is also in the photo with Maynie celebrating the occasion. Part of life at a military hospital were Equipment Days. These were a combined inspection and inventory. Maynie was a slim young lady & if equipment was missing in other wards she would slip out of a lavatory window of an inspected one, and take replacements to top up the inventories of those yet to be inspected. A cartoon by H Richardson, dated 15th November 1918, shows the chaos of Equipment Day Block1. This depicts Maynie as one the nurses and was probably drawn when she was stationed at Calderstones. Near the end of the war she met & married, Jack Wilfred Trueman, an 'Old Contemptable' who had served in Mesopatamia during the war. He remained in the army until 1926. They were stationed in India for sometime after the War. He was also stationed as consulate guard in Peking, prior to this and immediately after they were married on special license. || Equipment Day Cartoon on paper, dated 15-11-18. Photo portrait of Nurse Bagshaw & her brother. Photo portrait of Nurse Bagshaw Photo at Ripon Hosp, inscribed on the rear. Photo at Ripon Hosp with soldiers to be awarded medals, attached to a slip of paper with a description on it || || Alice Bagshaw || Cartoon || Drawing

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Garth Diaries and lock of hair

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These are the notebooks Gordon Garth (Sergeant in the RAMC) carried with him, and perhaps were kept safe in the leather wallet that survives. They have an account of going into Germany, aerial warfare, bombardments, etc. and full of detail. The notebooks include a lock of hair, from Garth's daughter. Gordon Garth was born 1885, and married Jane Oddie in 1908. Their daughter was Beatrice Garth was born in 1908. || 2 diaries, pencil, autograph, lock of hair. || || Gordon Garth || Artillery || Transport || Diary || Trench Life

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Letter from Ministry of Pensions

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Letter from Ministry of Pensions to Mrs M Sharp, 61 Ann St, Gateshead enclosing £3.00 for bereavement expenses and the assurance the pension will be settled presently. || Front

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1912 letter of discharge and character reference for Thomas McDonald

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1912 letter of discharge and character reference for Thomas McDonald. He enlisted in Royal Dublin Fusiliers in June 1905 and served seven years - his letter of discharge dates from 8 November 1912.

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Priest's recommendation letter

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A letter from the parish priest in Francis Street, Dublin recommending Bill for a job after the war.

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A letter from the trenches

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A letter dated 1 June 1916 sent from near Albert, Somme,to his brother and sister in Dublin, Ireland. It describes the Basilica at Albert with the famous leaning statue of the Virgin.

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Letter from Erich Alfrogge to the Scouller family © National Museums Scotland

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Letter from Erich Alfrogge to the Scouller family, dated 13 August 1939. || Front

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Journal de guerre et de captivité de Joseph Gorin

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Journal de guerre et de captivité de Joseph Gorin

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Lettre de Jean Babut à sa grand-mère en octobre 1914

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Lettre de Jean Babut à sa grand-mère en octobre 1914 pour la remercier du chocolat qu’elle a joint au colis de ses parents. Il lui raconte qu’il va assister à une séance de chants patriotiques au profit des blessés dans la soirée. Il est alors à Marvejols (Lozère, France).

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Cartolina dal fronte di Pietro Zucchi

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Back || Cartolina dal fronte di Pietro Zucchi, inviata alla famiglia

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Zeichnungen von Kriegsereignissen des Schülers Franz Przybyla

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Eine umfassende Bilderchronik des Krieges in farbigen Zeichnungen meines Vaters Franz Przybyla, die er wahrscheinlich 1918/19 im Rahmen des Schulunterrichts anfertigte. Er nutzte dazu die Rückseiten zweier identische Plakate auf denen Arbeiter dazu aufgerufen wurden das Streikrecht nicht unbegründet auszunutzen Arbeiter - Streikrecht wird aber zu Streikunrecht. Die Plakate sind wahrscheinlich in der Revolutionszeit 1918/19 gedruckt worden. --- Bilderchronik des Krieges in 72 Zeichnungen: (1) Ermordung des österreichischen Thronfolgers (2) Österreich erklärt an Serbien den Krieg (3) Einzug in Belgien (4) Die Franzosen rücken in Elsass ein (5) Montenegro erklärt an Deutschland den Krieg (6) Österreich erklärt an Frankreich den Krieg (7) England erklärt Österreich den Krieg (8) Ein deutscher Zeppelin über Antwerpen (9) Namur fällt in deutsche Hände (10) Österreich erklärt an Belgien den Krieg (11) Deutsches Flugzeug über Paris (12) Schlacht bei Tannenberg (13) Reims wird besetzt von deutschen Truppen (14) Österreich erklärt Russland den Krieg (15) Reims in Französischen Händen (16) Emden versenkt Kreuzer im Golf von Bengalen (17) Das deutsche Unterseeboot U9 versenkt 3 englische große Kreuzer (18) I. Kriegsanleihe (19) Antwerpen in deutschen Händen (20) Die ersten Gefangenen (21) Die Festung Lille wird von den deutschen Truppen besetzt (22) Türkei erklärt Russland den Krieg (23) In der Seeschlacht bei Coronel in den Gewässern von Chile siegen die deutschen Kreuzer Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, Leipzig, Dresden (24) Tsingtau in den Händen der Japaner (25) Mobilmachung der Russen (26) Emden wird von einem australischen Kreuzer versenkt (27) Belagerung der Russen von Przemysel Przemyśl (28) Türkei erklärt England u. Frankreich den Krieg (29) Erbeutete Geschütze (30) Schlacht in den Vogesen (31) Belgrad wird von österreichischen Truppen besetzt (32) Die deutschen Truppen besetzen Lodz (33) Die Kreuzer Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, Leipzig u. Nürnberg werden versenkt (34) Winter Masurenschlacht (35) Schlacht in der Champagne (36) Deutschland erklärt an Russland den Krieg (37) Schlacht in den Karpaten. (38) Zeichnet II. Kriegsanleihe (39) Italien erklärt Österreich den Krieg (40) Wiedereroberung von Przymysl (41) Warschau erobert (42) Kowno erobert (43) Nowogeorgiewsk erobert (45) Brest-Litowsk erobert (46) Grodno erobert (47) Wilna erobert (48) III. Kriegsanleihe (49) Bulgarien erklärt an England den Krieg (50) Einzug in Nisch (51) 4. Kriegsanleihe (52) Seeschlacht am Skagerak (53) Das I. Handelsuboot Deutschland auf der Fahrt nach Amerika (54) Kaiser Franz Joseph gestorben (55) Italien erklärt Deutschland den Krieg (56) Rumänien erklärt an Österreich den Krieg (57) Deutschland erklärt Rumänien den Krieg (58) 5. Kriegsanleihe (59) Bulgarien erklärt Rumänien den Krieg (60) Warschau erobert (61) Bukarest erobert (62) Friedensangebot der Mittelmächte (63) Beschießung von Riga (64) Revolution in Petersburg (65) 6. Kriegsanleihe (66) Russland unterzeichnet den Frieden (67) Deutschland benötigt Geld zum Krieg führen darum zeichnet 7. Kriegsanleihe (68) Friede mit Rumänien (69) Sommeschlacht (70) 8. Zeichnet Kriegsanleihe (71) Kowno erobert (72) Waffenstillstand. || Franz Przybyla, geboren 1904 in Dresden, war bei Kriegsausbruch 9 Jahre alt und fertigte während der Schulzeit zahlreiche farbige Zeichnungen über Ereignisse vom Krieg an. Die Zeichnungen stellen eine zusammenhängende Bilderchronik des Krieges dar, beginnend mit der Ermordung des österreichischen Thronfolgers Franz Ferdinand und reichen bis zur Russischen Revolution, dem Frieden mit Russland 1917 und dem Waffenstillstand 1918. Im Laufe des Jahres 1917 wurde Franz mit der Kriegsverschickung nach Ostpreußen gebracht. Dort hat er sich auch mit dem Zeichnen ein wenig zusätzliche Nahrung verdient. Franz Przybyla wurde später Maler, erblindete jedoch recht früh. Er starb 1959 in Dresden.

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FRB - Recueil de chansons de Léon Frédéric Boulin (Nevers | Caserne Pittié)

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un cahier manuscrit composé de 182 pages, dimensions 18 x 22,5 cm. || Un recueil de chansons rédigé par le soldat Léon Frédéric Boulin, né le 7 novembre 1889, à Giry (Nièvre). Il fait ses classes au cours de l'année 1909, en garnison à la caserne Pittié dans la ville de Nevers (Nièvre). Il est tué au combat, le 25 septembre 1915, à Souain (Marne).

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Diplomă concurs fotoamatori

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Zilele colecțiilor 1989 || Independent digitisation || Diplomă acordată domnului Mircea Albu care la faza județeană a concursului sindical al fotoamatorilor, organizată la Dej, a obținut mențiune pentru diapozitivul color Poteca.

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Rețete de prăjituri

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Caietul cu rețetele de prăjituri a aparținut doamnei Rus Maria, care lucra la Cooperativa Meșteșugărească din Teiuș, județul Alba. Rețetele au fost împrumutate de la o colegă pe nume Viorica din satul Stremț, județul Alba. Cele două rețete „Negresă în pijama” și blatul de tort au fost scrise în 1 februarie 1987. În perioada comunistă nu prea se găseau dulciuri în magazine. Acestea se făceau acasă. Cele mai cunoscute prăjituri erau: Albă ca zăpada, Mignon cu nuci, Negresa, Televizor, Isoscel, Denisa, Linzer, prăjitura cu miere, salamul de biscuiți, ciocolata de casă ș.a.

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Cărți poștale

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Cărțile poștale au fost primite de mine și familia mea de la rude și prieteni care se aflau în vacanțe în stațiunile de pe litoralul românesc: Jupiter, Neptun, Saturn, Venus.

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Plakát Svobodné volby

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Europeana 1989 - Praha, 17.11.2013

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Šance pro 15 000 000

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plakát ručně malovaný A1, vyroben během studentské stávky v listopadu 89 na FF UK, dárkyně se podílela na jeho výrobě

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Europeana 1989 - Olomouc, 23.11.2013

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List ze školního sešitu

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Upozornění pro rodiče, napsané dětskou rukou 23. 11. 1989, aby se děti z bezpečnostních důvodů nezúčastňovali akcí pořádaných dospělými.

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Φιλόμουσοι Σερραίοι μαθητές γυμνασίου στον Μπέη Μπαξέ. Προσφορά οικογένειας Σταύρου Κοταμανίδη

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Μια φωτογραφία || Φιλόμουσοι Σερραίοι μαθητές γυμνασίου στον Μπέη Μπαξέ. Προσφορά οικογένειας Σταύρου Κοταμανίδη.Το υλικό αυτό ανήκει στη Δημόσια Κεντρική Βιβλιοθήκη Σερρών το οποίο αποτελεί μέρος της συλλογής του «Μουσικού αρχείου του Γ. Αγγειοπλάστη» το οποίο φυλάσσεται και εκτίθεται σε διαμορφωμένο χώρο στο κτίριο της βιβλιοθήκης. || || Balkans || 1 φωτογραφία Το υλικό αυτό ανήκει στη Δημόσια Κεντρική Βιβλιοθήκη Σερρών το οποίο αποτελεί μέρος της συλλογής του «Μουσικού αρχείου του Γ. Αγγειοπλάστη» το οποίο φυλάσσεται και εκτίθεται σε διαμορφωμένο χώρο στο κτίριο της βιβλιοθήκης. || 41.090923,23.541319799999997 || Photograph || Remembrance || Σερρες || Φιλόμουσοι Σερραίοι μαθητές γυμνασίου στον Μπέη Μπαξέ

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Συντεχνία κηπουρών Σερρών

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Κάρτ ποστάλ πνευστών κλασικής μουσικής. Σπάνια μουσική ευχετήρια κάρτα των αρχών του 20ου αιώνα στα Σέρρας. Η έκδοσή της τοποθετείται στα τέλη του 19ου αι. μέχρι το πιθανότερο, το 1910. Στάλθηκε από μέλη της Συντεχνίας Κηπουρών Σερρών στον πρόεδρό τους Κωνσταντίνο Μιχαλό ή Μιχαλούση για την ονομαστική του γιορτή στις 21.5.1915. Προσφορά Γιάννη Μιχαλούση Το υλικό αυτό ανήκει στη Δημόσια Κεντρική Βιβλιοθήκη Σερρών το οποίο αποτελεί μέρος της συλλογής του «Μουσικού αρχείου του Γ. Αγγειοπλάστη» το οποίο φυλάσσεται και εκτίθεται σε διαμορφωμένο χώρο στο κτίριο της βιβλιοθήκης. || Καρτ ποστάλ Συντεχνίας Κηπουρών || || Remembrance || Aerial Warfare || Κάρτ ποστάλ πνευστών κλασικής μουσικής. || Postcard || Balkans || Κάρτ ποστάλ πνευστών κλασικής μουσικής. Σπάνια μουσική ευχετήρια κάρτα των αρχών του 20ου αιώνα στα Σέρρας. Η έκδοσή της τοποθετείται στα τέλη του 19ου αι. μέχρι το πιθανότερο, το 1910. Στάλθηκε από μέλη της Συντεχνίας Κηπουρών Σερρών στον πρόεδρό τους Κωνσταντίνο Μιχαλό ή Μιχαλούση για την ονομαστική του γιορτή στις 21.5.1915. Προσφορά Γιάννη Μιχαλούση Το υλικό αυτό ανήκει στη Δημόσια Κεντρική Βιβλιοθήκη Σερρών το οποίο αποτελεί μέρος της συλλογής του «Μουσικού αρχείου του Γ. Αγγειοπλάστη» το οποίο φυλάσσεται και εκτίθεται σε διαμορφωμένο χώρο στο κτίριο της βιβλιοθήκης.

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Jan Hendrickx vijf jaar frontarbeider en paardenverzorger

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Jan Hendrickx was van 1901 tot 1903 bij het leger. Bij het uitbreken van de oorlog in 1914 werd hij in de maand augustus opgeroepen. Hij behoorde tot de eerste divisie, 3e linie. Jan werd later overgeplaatst naar Calais. In april 1915 behoorde hij tot de 12e compagnie de travailleurs. Op 5 maart 1916 werd hij paardenverzorger op de infirmairie veterinair. Hij ging uit dienst op 1 februari 1919. || - geschreven notities van een erfgenaam - verlofbrief bij de veterinaire dienst - medailles en foto

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Vluchtdagboek van Karel Flour.

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Grootvader, Karel Flour, schreef een dagboek over de avonturen van zijn vlucht tijdens de oorlog. Het dagboek is nog in het bezit van de familie. Grootvader vluchtte naar Veulaitte-sur-Mer in Frankrijk. Het is niet bekend wat er verder in Frankrijk gebeurde. || - Vluchtdagboek - Brieven aan Karel Flour

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In 2003 moesten wij het huis leegruimen van een ongetrouwde tante en oom, die waren overleden. Zij woonden nog in het ouderlijk huis, dat na hun overlijden verkocht moest worden. Onder de inboedel troffen wij een houten kistje aan met daarin een heleboel foto's en brieven. Waaronder enkele die betrekking hadden op de periode dat mijn opa was opgeroepen om als militair te dienen tijdens de Eerste Wereldoorlog. Nederland hield zich buiten het conflict, maar kreeg wel te maken met mobilisatie en de opvang van oorlogsvluchtelingen. Mijn opa Caspar Gerard Francois (roepnaam Sjir) Willems was op 11 mei 1895 geboren in het Nederlands-Limburgse plaatsje Houthem-Sint Gerlach. In 1915 werd hij als dienstplichtig militair opgeroepen. Op 3 mei 1915 stuurde hij een ansichtkaart naar zijn zus Marie Willems en zijn vader Petrus Willems, op dat moment wethouder te Houthem. Hij schrijft: Beste Marie, Ziehier een klein kiekje. Vergelijk het eens met een ander portret en je zult er veel verschil in opmerken. Die kleine er op ligt bij ons in de kamer en is de kleinste soldaat van het heele leger. Uw Broer Gerard Op 24 mei 1915 schrijft zijn moeder hem een briefje. Beste Gerard, Vooreerst mijn dank voor het lekkers wat gij mij op mijn naamfeest gezonden hebt, het was heerlijk. Hierbij zend ik u een stukje van de koek der meisjes, verder een beetje vleesch en een paar centen. Veel kan er tegenwoordig niet af, ik kan niet van huis, omdat Marie de heele dag bij mej. Curfs is waar men sedert een paar dagen een kleine jongen heeft gebracht. Ik hoop dat ge alles in de beste gezondheid zult ontvangen en als de wasch nog eens komt, hopen wij dat gij ze zelf persoonlijk zult brengen want wat is het toch lang geleden dat we ons niet meer gezien hebben. Nu lieve Gerard houd je goed en braaf. God geve dat ge spoedig verlof krijgt. Vele groeten van vader en van M. en A., ook van bij Curfs. In haast, je Moeder. De sigaren zijn van vader. Op 17-09-1915 volgt een kaart vanaf Mobilisatiekamp Waalsdorp II, maar de tekst op de achterzijde is niet leesbaar, het lijken wel (verminkte) codes. Op 12-09-1915 ontvangt Sjir een kaart van een kameraad Th. Duijkers, vanuit Amersfoort. De tekst op de achterzijde luidt: Beste Vriend. Zoo ik niet meer aan gedacht hebt u ook niets van mij ontvangen. Ik ben verlof geweest en heb de groeten van Mieke meegebracht. Hopende gaan wij zondag weer. Vele groet van Uwen vriend Th. Duijkers 9 inf brigade .... bataljon Amersfoort. Op de ansichtkaart staat een foto van de Kapelle van het Landsturm-Bataillon Rheydt. Die keuze is niet toevallig, want Gerard speelt als muzikant bij de plaatselijke fanfare Sint Gerlach. Op een ongedateerde foto zien we hem temidden van andere militaire muzikanten. Dan is er een periode waarover we verder geen documenten hebben gevonden. Waarschijnlijk is hij een tijdlang thuis geweest, maar in 1918 is hij in ieder geval weer onder de wapenen. Dat weten wij uit een brief, die enkele bestuursleden van de fanfare Sint Gerlach op 1 januari 1918 richtten aan de legerleiding. De brieftekst luidt als volgt: Weledelgestrenge Heer, Geeft met verschuldigden eerbied te kennen, ondergeteekende, secretaris der fanfare Sint Gerlach. Dat de milicien Korporaal G. Willems van Uwe Compagnie, werkend lid van bovengenoemde vereeniging en een onzer beste krachten is. Dat genoemde korporaal voor zijn overgang naar de Kaderopleiding twee jaar bij het Militaire Muziekcorps van I Bat. 23 RJ is geweest en dat onze vereeniging al dien tijd een instrument voor de mil. muziek kosteloos heeft beschikbaar gesteld. Dat hier op 5 en 6 Januari de gewone winteruitvoeringen der vereeniging worden gehouden om 5 uur namiddags. Dat de aanwezigheid van genoemden korporaal voor onze vereeniging en het welslagen der uitvoeringen zeer wenschelijk is. Redenen waarom ondergeteekenden, President en Secretaris, Uw Weledelgestrenge beleefd verzoeken den korporaal G. Willems een zoodanig verlof te verleenen, dat hij op Zaterdag en Zondag resp. 5 en 6 Januari zijn medewerking kan verleenen. Hopende op verwezenlijking van ons verzoek teekenen wij met de meeste Hoogachting. Namens het bestuur der Fanfare St Gerlach De President Alfons van Kesteren , oud wethouder; de secretaris J. Curfs Uiteindelijk kreeg hij permissie om op zondag 6 januari te gaan, op maandag moest hij weer terugkeren. Bij de Kaderschool was er geen bezwaar tegen twee dagen verlof. Op 29-03-1918 stuurt hij een kaartje vanuit Sint Kluis, aan zijn ouders. Hierbij een kiekje van ons kamp. J. Reintjens is met verlof, die heb ik het request meegegeven. Wil svp spoedig voor advies zorgen en het dan aan mijn adres terugsturen. Mijn hoop om met Paschen thuis te zijn zal echter niet verwezenlijkt worden. Marie heb ik ook een kaart gestuurd. Na u allen nog een Zalig Paschfeest gewenscht te hebben, verblijf ik uw l.h. zoon, Gerard. Van een van zijn dienstmakkers is een foto bewaard gebleven, daarop zijn naam Jozef van der Laar en een adres, de straatnaam is niet volledig leesbaar, vermoedelijk Kersstraat 25 te Utrecht. Hij schrijft hem op 28 mei 1918 een kort briefje : Amice, Hierbij mijn geheel lichaam. Ik hoor niets meer van u. Ontvang de meeste groetten, Jos van de Laar 23 R J I Bat 1 in Zeeland. Daarna eindigen de oorlogswedervaardigheden uit WO I van mijn opa.

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Memoires van burgerwacht Adolf Dams.

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Eerste handgeschreven pagina van de memoires van Adolf Dams over zijn gevangenschap als Sint-Truidense burgerwacht. Hij start zijn verhaal met een korte inhoudelijke verduidelijking en een opgave van de duur van zijn gevangenschap (10 augustus 1915 tot 19 februari 1915). Op deze pagina zien we zijn naam voluit geschreven (Adolf Dams i.p.v. Ad Dams). Na een erg summiere samenvatting van het krijgsgebeuren, start hij op 10 augustus met zijn gevangenname.

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Please see attached pdf file || Κείμενο και φωτογραφίες

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Γένεσις της Μουσικής, Πρωτόγονον μέλος – Ρυθμός, Μελωδία, Όρχησις, Αιγυπτιακή μουσική, Σούμηροι, Ασσύριοι, Πέρσαι, Εβραίοι, Κινέζοι, Κορεάται, Ιάπωνες, Ιαβαίοι, Ινδοί, Έλληνες, Βυζαντινοί, Λαϊκό τραγούδι. || Κείμενα από το Αρχείο του Αιμίλιου Ριάδη για την Ιστορία της Μουσικής.

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Πρώτη μορφή της Ιστορίας πρόχειρα, ενσωματώνονται χειρόγραφα μουσικά παραδείγματα. Πρόχειρα Κείμενα σε μικρά σύνολα σελίδων, μη ολκληρωμένα.

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Δικόγραφο της 23ης Ιουνίου 1917 που αναφέρεται σε μια υποθήκη του Αλέξανδρου Καλαιτζάκη και της συζύγου του, Ειρήνη. || Τρισέλιδο χειρόγραφο δικόγραφο σχετικά με μια υποθήκη που αφορά τον Αλέξανδρο Καλαιτζάκη και της συζύγου του, Ειρήνη, στις 23/6/1917.

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Tagebuch des Schülers Wilhelm Schenkel während des Krieges

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Tagebuch aus der Kriegszeit des Schülers Wilhelm Schenkel mit zeitgenössischen Zeitungsausschnitten. Er beginnt am 16. Mai 1916 sein Tagebuch mit einem Rückblick auf den Tag seiner Geburt und beschreibt, woher seine Eltern und Vorfahren stammen. Im Anschluss berichtet er, woran er sich aus seinen ersten Lebensjahren erinnern kann, so zum Beispiel, dass er zusammen mit seiner Schwester als er drei Jahre alt war, den Vater vom Dienst abgeholt hatte. 1907 erfolgt der Umzug von Hagen nach Soest und er wird eingeschult. Zu Beginn des Tagebuchs sind Listen mit Namen von Schülern aus den verschiedenen Jahrgangsstufen eingeheftet. Ab Dienstag, dem 19. August 1913 beginnt die genauere Aufzeichnung seiner Erlebnisse. Es erfolgt jedoch nach dem 16. August ein Sprung in das Jahr 1916. Erst ab dem 12. Mai 1917 nimmt er wieder die taggenaue Beschreibung der Tagesgeschehnisse auf. || Bei einer Haushaltsauflösung kam das Tagebuch von Wilhelm Schenkel zum Vorschein, der im Jahr 1901 in Hagen geboren wurde. Während des Ersten Weltkriegs ging er in Soest zur Schule. Für den Heeresdienst war er noch zu jung, er führte jedoch ab Mai 1916 ein Tagebuch, das einen Teil der Kriegszeit beleuchtet. Der letzte Eintrag datiert vom 16. Oktober 1918. Nach dem Abitur studierte er Ingenieurswissenschaft in Aachen und Darmstadt. Ab 1937 diente er als Regierungsbaurat im Heeresdienst. Er starb am 7. Februar 1940 auf dem Truppenübungsplatz Groß-Horn an einem Herzinfarkt.

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Geschäftsbuch der Firma Pressler, Plauen, 1838-1860, Teil 1

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Geschäftsbuch der Firma Pressler, Plauen, Seite 1 || Geschäftsbuch der Firma Pressler, Plauen, Seite 2 || Geschäftsbuch der Firma Pressler, Plauen, Seite 3 || Geschäftsbuch der Firma Pressler, Plauen, Seite 4 || Geschäftsbuch der Firma Pressler, Plauen, Seite 5 || Geschäftsbuch der Firma Pressler, Plauen, Seite 6 || Geschäftsbuch der Firma Pressler, Plauen, Seite 7 || Geschäftsbuch der Firma Pressler, Plauen, Seite 8 || Geschäftsbuch der Firma Pressler, Plauen, Seite 9 || Geschäftsbuch der Firma Pressler, Plauen, Seite 10 || Geschäftsbuch der Firma Pressler, Plauen, Seite 11 || Geschäftsbuch der Firma Pressler, Plauen, Seite 12 || Das alte Geschäftsbuch der Plauener Firma Pressler beginnt im Jahr 1838 und erstreckt sich über einen Zeitraum von ca. 20 Jahren. Es spiegelt die Geschäftsbeziehungen zur Zeit der Frühindustrialisierung wider. Besonders interessant erscheint die Korrespondenz mit dem Handelshaus Frege & Co. in Leipzig. Teil 1 umfasst die Seiten 1-12 von 1838-1839.

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Schulheft “Appretur” aus der Crimmitschauer Web- und Appreturschule

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Schulheft “Appretur” der Web- und Appreturschule Crimmitschau von Alfred Günther (Sammlung Sächsisches Industriemuseum Tuchfabrik Gebr. Pfau, Crimmitschau, Inv.-Nr. 07084), Teil 4 || Schulheft “Appretur” der Web- und Appreturschule Crimmitschau von Alfred Günther (Sammlung Sächsisches Industriemuseum Tuchfabrik Gebr. Pfau, Crimmitschau, Inv.-Nr. 07084), Teil 5 || Schulheft “Appretur” der Web- und Appreturschule Crimmitschau von Alfred Günther (Sammlung Sächsisches Industriemuseum Tuchfabrik Gebr. Pfau, Crimmitschau, Inv.-Nr. 07084), Teil 1 || Schulheft “Appretur” der Web- und Appreturschule Crimmitschau von Alfred Günther (Sammlung Sächsisches Industriemuseum Tuchfabrik Gebr. Pfau, Crimmitschau, Inv.-Nr. 07084), Teil 2 || Schulheft “Appretur” der Web- und Appreturschule Crimmitschau von Alfred Günther (Sammlung Sächsisches Industriemuseum Tuchfabrik Gebr. Pfau, Crimmitschau, Inv.-Nr. 07084), Teil 3 || Alfred Günther besuchte die Web- und Appreturschule in Crimmitschau. Vermutlich absolvierte er dort eine Ausbildung zum Weber. Er hatte 1909/11 aber auch Unterricht im Fach “Appretur”. Damit ist die Veredelung der fertigen Stoffe gemeint, z.B. durch Reinigen, Walken und die Bearbeitung der Oberfläche. Günther führte sein Schulheft handschriftlich und fügte zur Illustration Abbildungen von Maschinen ein. Diese Bilder stammen aus Prospekten von Maschinenbau-Firmen, u.a. von der Crimmitschauer Firma “C. A. Moritz Schulze” und der Firma “Ernst Gessner” aus Aue.

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Kriegstagebuch von Fiedrich Wilhelm HAHNE

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Friedrich Wilhelm Hahne konnte wegen eines Knieleidens nicht Soldat im ersten Weltkrieg werden. Er zog daher als Johanniterdiakon in den Krieg.Das Tagebuch beginnt am 3.Mai 1915 in der Johanniter Diakonenanstalt in Duisburg. Dort konnte er bereits an Operationen verwundeter und schwerverwundeter Soldaten teilnehmen.Der Direktor Giese der Anstalt fährt am 12. Mai (S.3) nach Koblenz, um Befehle einzuholen. An demselben Tag werden auch verletzte englische und französische Gefangene zur Behandlung eingeliefert. Die deutschen Johanniterdiakone erhalten in Koblenz ihre ROTE KREUZ Binde. Am 3.Juni (S.7)ziehen sie, begleitet von Militärmusik aus Koblenz aus. In langsamen Transport kommen sie von Kassel aus über Krakau in Galizien an. || LAZARETTE in Galizien 1915 || || Friedrich Wilhelm HAHNE, Foto aus 1915 || Foto als Diakon || Photograph || Prisoners of War

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Μεταμόρφωση Κιλκίς - Πεδίο Μάχης

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Ο κύριος Ορέστης Σιδηρόπουλος έφερε στη Βιβλιοθήκη μας 4 χειρόγραφα κείμενα. Τα 3 από αυτά αποτελούν αφηγήσεις συγγενικών του προσώπων (του Αριστείδη Σιδηρόπουλου, του Αριστομένη Σιδηρόπουλου και του Αλέκου Καρυπίδη). Όλα τα κείμενα αφορούν στην περιοχή του χωριού Μεταμόρφωση στο Κιλκίς όπου εγκαταστάθηκαν πρόσφυγες από ο Καρς το 1922. Η περιοχή ήταν πεδίο μάχης και στρατοπέδευσης συμμαχικών στρατευμάτων. Τα κείμενα αυτά περιγράφουν υλικό και αντικείμενα που βρέθηκαν στην περιοχή και πώς αυτά χρησιμοποιήθηκαν από τους κατοίκους του χωριού είτε ως οικοδομικό είτε ως εμπορεύσιμο υλικό. Τα κείμενα παρατίθενται αυτούσια στο χειρόγραφο αλλά και έχουν μεταγραφεί σε υπολογιστή. Η ορθογραφία έχει διατηρηθεί από το χειρόγραφο. || || Balkans || 41.118517,22.660016799999994 || Χειρόγραφο || Καταγραφή του κυρίου Ορέστη Σιδηρόπουλου μαρτυριών συγγενικών του προσώπων για αντικείμενα που βρέθηκαν στο χωριό Μεταμόρφωση Κιλκίς.

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CAOLA ANTONIO

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CAOLA ANTONIO padre dell’intervistato (Pinzolo 28 gennaio 1891 – Pinzolo, 1960) Soldato austriaco inviato sul fronte orientale in Galizia Antonio da giovane fece il commesso contabile alla cooperativa di Bocenago dove si recava giornalmente con la bicicletta. Il padre, impiegato comunale, si chiamava Virgilio, la mamma Luigia Bonapace. Aveva una sorella Isidora ed un fratello, Ippolito, che faceva il mestiere dell’arrotino. Ippolito parlava, seppure sommariamente, il francese e l’inglese come è documentato dal libretto di Guida Alpina rilasciatoli nel 1912. Nel 1914, allo scoppio della guerra, Antonio e Ippolito furono arruolati nell’esercito austro-ungarico. Dopo un periodo di addestramento in Alto Adige, furono mandati sul fronte orientale, in Galizia, separatamente. Antonio fu fatto prigioniero da Russi il 7 settembre 1914 in Galizia, durante la terribile battaglia di Godex-Ravaruska conclusasi con una grave sconfitta per l’Austria. Dopo lunghe marce forzate a piedi e su tradotte militari, Antonio, con gli altri prigionieri arrivò a Kiev e da lì portato nella gelida Siberia nei campi di concentramento di Tjumen, tara e Omsk. Un anno dopo ritorna a Mosca e infine internato a Kirsanov dove era allestito il campo di raccolta dei soldati prigionieri in attesa del rimpatrio. La prigionia era aggravata dalla fame e dal freddo intenso che induceva i prigionieri a cercare lavoro e cibo presso i casolari dispersi nella campagna. Nel 1916 Antonio colse l’opportunità di far parte degli irredenti trentini che dichiarando di sentirsi italiani poterono rientrare in Italia. I trentini e i giuliani che aderirono a tale proposta furono circa 4000 e suddivisi in scaglioni furono fatti rientrare in Italia. Alcuni partendo dal porto di Arcangelo e passando per Capo Nord arrivarono in Inghilterra, poi in Francia ed infine in Italia, a Torino. Il primo scaglione partì da Arcangelo il 14 settembre 1916 e attivò a Torino il 9 ottobre 1916. Arrivato a Torino, Antonio trovò lavoro presso un negozio di generi alimentari e dopo qualche tempo venne chiamato dalla famiglia dei marchesi Guerrieri Gonzaga a prestare servizi a Roma dove rimase fino alla fine della guerra. (La marchesa gemma Guerrieri Gonzaga fu una delle fondamentali artefici del rientro dei soldati prigionieri trentini e giuliani dalla Russia) . Nel gennaio 1919, dopo molti anni di lontananza, convalescente dell’influenza “spagnola”, poté tornare finalmente a casa, purtroppo senza poter riabbracciare i suoi familiari. Nel frattempo, infatti, i genitori era morti e il fratello Ippolito era caduto in guerra. La sorella Isidora si era sposata con Vigilio Pedri il quale, dopo un breve periodo di emigrazione a New York , si era stabilito a Guidizzolo (Mantova) dove aveva aperto un negozio di chincaglierie e di vetri. Antonio nel 1920 sposò Olj e per alcuni mesi lavorò con il cognato Vigilio a Guidizzolo imparando l’arte vetraria. Tornato a Pinzolo nella vecchia casa di famiglia avviò un negozio di alimentari con annessa osteria e laboratorio di vetri. Antonio e Olj ebbero sei figli, tre dei quali morirono molto piccoli.

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Mio padre Umberto Scalcino in guerra

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Il figlio racconta le vicende del padre Umberto Scalcino, andato in guerra a 20 anni come allievo ufficiale e poi sottotenente. Quando iniziò la guerra era già lungo la frontiera con l'Austria al di sopra del lago di Garda impegnato nella costruzione di un fortino da difesa sulle Prealpi. Tra il 1915-16 fu impegnato nella guerra di posizione, azioni per le quali era stato promosso ufficiale in servizio permanente effettivo. Trasferito nel basso Isonzo col 113 Reggimento di Fanteria dalle parti di Doberdò; catturato insieme alla compagnia il 24 maggio del 1917. Fu portato al Campo di prigionia Sigmundsherberg da dove fu liberato alla fine del 1918, nel mese di novembre. || foglietto elenco probabili dissertori 5 ott 1916 foglietto parole d'ordine di riconoscimento 9/09/16 foglietto mappa camminamenti per la costruzione di gallerie elenco materiale per il personale 23/09/16 disegno a ricordo dell'onomastico durante la prigionia 4/03/18 foglietto di comunicazione interna cartolina postale della croce rossa internazionale foglietto con le disposizioni dei lavori di gallerie da minare taccuino personale di Umberto Scalcino documento promemoria Comando 3° Armata 1 foto di soldati con maschere antigas 1 foto di cannone semovente 2 foto a cavallo nel basso Isonzo 4 foto in località Doberdò 3 foto inverno 1916 21 foto realizzate durante la costruzione di fortini 11 foto della prigionia a nel Campo Sigmundsherberg (Austria) || || Foglietto con elenco dei probabili disertori, 5 ottobre 1916 || Home Front || Letter || || Foglietto con parole d'ordine di riconoscimento, 9 settembre 1916 || Home Front || Letter || || Home Front || Letter || Foglietto dei camminamenti per la costruzione di gallerie || || Letter || Home Front || Elenco del materiale occorrente al 3° Plotone || || Front || Drawing || Disegno a ricordo dell'onomastico durante la prigionia, 4 marzo 1918 || Prisoners of War || || Letter || Prisoners of War || Particolare del disegno a ricordo dell'onomastico durante la prigionia, 4 marzo 1918 || Back || || Front || Foglietto con le indicazioni di comunicazione interna || Letter || Home Front || || Back || Letter || Home Front || Testo sul retro del foglietto con le indicazioni di comunicazione interna || || Postcard || Cartolina postale della Croce Rossa internazionale || Prisoners of War || || Home Front || Foglietto il dettaglio dei lavori di gallerie da minare || Front || Letter || || Home Front || Back || Letter || Foglietto il dettaglio dei lavori di gallerie da minare || || Front || Diary || Taccuino personale di Umberto Scalcino, 1916 || Home Front || || Home Front || Taccuino personale di Umberto Scalcino, 1916 || Diary || Back || || Sulla pagina sinistra francobollo della Croce Rossa e in basso la scritta autografa Sottotenente Umberto Scalcino 113° Fant. 8°C. || Diary || Back || Home Front || Taccuino personale di Umberto Scalcino, 1916 || || Home Front || Comando della 3° Armata - Promemoria per i comandanti di fanteria || Official document || || Gas Warfare || Home Front || Soldati con maschere antigas || Photograph || || Photograph || Tanks and Armoured Fighting Vehicles || Cannone semovente || Home Front || || Photograph || Foto a cavallo nel basso Isonzo || Home Front || || Photograph || Foto a cavallo nel basso Isonzo || Home Front || || Photograph || Soldati in località Doberdò || Home Front || || Soldati in località Doberdò || Photograph || Home Front || || Soldati in località Doberdò || Photograph || Home Front || || Photograph || Soldati in località Doberdò || Home Front || || Photograph || Fotografia di soldati, Inverno 1916 || Home Front || || Photograph || Home Front || Fotografia di soldati, Inverno 1916 || || Photograph || Fotografia di soldati, Inverno 1916 || Home Front || || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Photograph || Home Front || Trench Life || || Trench Life || Photograph || Home Front || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || || Home Front || Photograph || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Trench Life || || Home Front || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Trench Life || Photograph || || Trench Life || Home Front || Photograph || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Trench Life || Home Front || Photograph || || Home Front || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Trench Life || Photograph || || Home Front || Photograph || Trench Life || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || || Photograph || Trench Life || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Home Front || || Gas Warfare || Home Front || Photograph || Soldati con maschere antigas || || Photograph || Home Front || Trench Life || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || || Photograph || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Trench Life || Home Front || || Home Front || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Photograph || Trench Life || || Trench Life || Photograph || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Home Front || || Trench Life || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Photograph || Home Front || || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Home Front || Photograph || Trench Life || || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Photograph || Trench Life || Home Front || || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Photograph || Home Front || Trench Life || || Photograph || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Home Front || Trench Life || || Home Front || Trench Life || Fotografia durante la costruzione di fortini || Photograph || || Photograph || Prisoners of War || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || Photograph || Prisoners of War || || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || Photograph || Prisoners of War || || Prisoners of War || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || Photograph || || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || Photograph || Prisoners of War || || Photograph || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || Prisoners of War || || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || Prisoners of War || Photograph || || Photograph || Prisoners of War || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || || Photograph || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || Prisoners of War || || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || Photograph || Prisoners of War || || Prisoners of War || Photograph || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || Photograph || Prisoners of War || || Photograph || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || Prisoners of War || || Prisoners of War || Photograph || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || || Prisoners of War || Photograph || Foto della prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || || Prisoners of War || Foglietto con appunti, prigionia a Sigmundsherberg || Letter

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Kieler Gelehrtenschule | Schüleraufnahme 1904-1912 und 1933-1938

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Register der Aufnahme der Schüler des Königlichen Gymnasiums - Kieler Gelehrtenschule aus der Zeit von Ostern 1904 - Ostern 1912 und 1933-1938. Die Kieler Gelehrtenschule wurde 17. Februar 1320 durch Privileg von Graf Johann II. von Holstein-Kiel gegründet. Ab 1924 wurden auch Mädchen in die Schule aufgenommen. Von 1868 bis zur Zerstörung des Schulgebäudes am 26. August 1944 war die Schule in der Dammstr.1 untergebracht. Seit 1953 befindet sie sich in der Feldstr. 19. || Archiv der Kieler Gelehrtenschule, Aufnahme (der Schüler) Ostern 1904 - Ostern 1912 und 1933-1938, 148 Blatt. In dem Verzeichnis sind Vorname, Familienname, Geburtstag, Geburtsort, Bekenntnis, Datum der Schulaufnahme, Klasse, vorhergehender Unterricht, Name, Stand und Wohnort des Vaters, Datum des Schulabgangs vermerkt.

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Europeana 1989 - Panevezys, 13.08.2013 || Panevėžio statybos valdybos Nr. 1 darbuotojai stovi Baltijos kelio gyvojoje grandinėje, ties Ūtos kaimu.

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Džemmas Skulmes piezīmes

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Mākslinieces un sabiedriskās darbinieces Džemmas Skulmes piezīmju lapa ar hronoloģiskiem 1988. un 1989. gada notikumu aprakstiem. Džemma Skulme Baltijas ceļā piedalījās netālu no Rīgas pie Berģiem. Kopā ar viņu bija viņas mazdēls Jānis Skulme, trimdas laikraksta "Laiks" izdevēja Ilgvara Spilnera kundze un Mākslinieku savienības atbildīgā referente Rūta Muižniece.

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Teadlaste Maja Nõukogu koosoleku protokoll

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Koosolekul arutati Nõukogu tegevust augustikuul, sealjuures ka osalemist Balti ketis

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Europeana 1989 - Tallinn, 30-31.08.2013

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