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Running at Fulham Palace until 16 April 2015 (with some closure periods over Christmas), there is a free exhibition entitled ‘Fulham Palace through the Great War’. The exhibition tells the story of the Great War at Fulham Palace, the role … Continue reading
Morgan Phillips, one of Hammersmith & Fulham’s regular researchers at our archives, writes: St Andrew’s Church, Fulham Fields, has a Roll of Honour comprising 230 men who lost their lives in the Great War of 1914-18. Without this Roll only four … Continue reading
The Times newspaper of the 5th August 1914 gives a sense of the emotion that gripped the country after Britain declared war on Germany on the 4th August. Crowds pack out Central London waiting for the announcement, and the atmosphere … Continue reading