Millions of personal stories from the First World War

Lives of the First World War, created for Imperial War Museums (IWM), tells the stories of individuals from across Britain and the Commonwealth who experienced the Great War in uniform, working on the

Life in a First World War prisoner-of-war camp

The history of Raikeswood Camp, a First World War prisoner-of-war (POW) camp, can now be accessed through the website Surface Impression created for Craven Museum. This user-focused website includes s

Breaking down barriers: the history of the Disability Arts Movement

National Disability Art Collection and Archive (NDACA) celebrates the work of creative people with disabilities, charting the Disability Arts Movements from the 1970s to the mid 1990s. To support the

Eight places, 800 years in the lives of deaf and disabled people

Accentuate challenges perceptions of disability by providing life changing opportunities for deaf and disabled people to participate and lead within the cultural sector. We developed Accentuate‚Ä

The largest seaborne invasion in world history

Ahead of the 75th Anniversary of D-Day in 2019, this Heritage Lottery Fund project from Portsmouth City Council transformed the original D-Day Museum, revealing the rich stories of the largest seabor

The best and worse of human nature: the history of the HIV epidemic

Avert is an HIV and AIDS education charity who has been at the forefront of the HIV response since 1986. To mark the 35th anniversary of the first published reports of the HIV epidemic, Avert asked

Darwin’s life in letters

The Darwin Correspondence Project represents an extensive collection of letters to and from Charles Darwin. The University of Cambridge has collected Darwin’s letters, and works with other insti

A theatre’s history written large

Surface Impression worked with archivists and volunteers on a project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund, to digitize and catalogue programmes, documents, tickets and photographs from the 110 year hi