"In this comprehensive and thoroughly researched insight into Bradford lives in 1914-1918, Kathryn Hughes takes us into the heart of wartime society. Who were the people who lived and worked in this city? What were their concerns, passions and interests? What was the shape of their lives, their homes, and their work? And how did that change as the young men started to go away? There were spaces in family life, gaps in the workplace, temporarily… and, too often, permanently. How did the city rally round to the common cause?"
Great War Britain Bradford is now in the shops £12.99 or you can order a copy by contacting me (12.99 +£2.99 p&p).