DIY Exhibition now available to download

Download a specially curated DIY Exhibition, which has been designed and packaged for you to use in your own First World War displays.

Curated by IWM’s Principal Historian Nigel Steel, the exhibition is made up of text panels supported by timelines, case studies, photographs, objects and art from IWM’s extensive collections.

With this flexible resource, you can use as much or as little as you choose in your own displays. Download the full chronological overviews, or three time period packages: 1914: How did the war start?, 1915-16: How was the war fought? and 1917-18: How did the war end? You can also download a package that focuses on a particular theme such as politics, social history, world war, war on the Western Front and war at sea.

Please note, you MUST be signed up as a member of the Imperial War Museum’s 1914 Centenary Partnership to be able to access this resource – head to www.members.1914.org to sign up.

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