newspapers and the great war
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August 4, 1917 – Editor’s swift work to report on the horrors of Passchendaele
July 31, 1917 – How would you cope with the death of your 19-year-old son?
July 17, 1917 – WW1 Home Front gets a helping hand from ‘Mexican rough riders’
June 12, 1917 – Can bread baked with potatoes and sub-standard grain really help win the war?
May 29, 1917 – Sliver of hope for the Harborough family agonising over the destiny of their WW1 son
May 22, 1917 – Market Harborough’s high street traders provide historical hint of life in World War One Britain