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disability, prosthetics, first world war, military, rehabilitation, medicine, prostheses
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For the greater part of the centenary of the First World War, I was the First World War Diverse Histories Researcher at The National Archives (Kew). There, I researched and disseminated information about various aspects of the conflict – from women, to medicine, to disability, and commonwealth troops.

Disability caused by, and medicine used in, the First World War are my main areas of research. With a specialism in prosthetics.

I now work as an independent researcher, and have a forthcoming publication with Pen and Sword entitled: Images of The National Archives: Armistice. 

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United Kingdom
Expertise by Chronology
20th century
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Disability, Libraries & Archives, Medicine, Military, Public History, World War I