Postkarte: Postcards from the Front | West Yorkshire Print Workshop
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Made in Yorkshire

Many of the postcards sent by soldiers from the Front were made by Bamforth & Co. based in Holmfirth. By the end of WWI the company was printing 20 million cards every year. Bamforth's Postcards were the market leader throughout...

Many of the postcards sent by ...

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Battle of the Somme – ‘Pals’

The 'Pals' battalions of World War I, comprised of men who had enlisted together in local recruiting drives, who were promised that they would be able to serve alongside their friends, colleagues and neighbours ("pals"), rather than being randomly allocated...

The 'Pals' battalions of World...

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