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Richardson-Smith, Bethany Cyprus (2022) Visible and Invisible: Masculinity, Stigma and Facial and Psychological Injuries of the First World War. Masters thesis, University of Huddersfield.


Ashbridge, Sarah I. (2021) Military Identification: Identity discs 1914-18 and the recovery of fallen soldiers. Doctoral thesis, University of Huddersfield.


Laybourn, Keith (2017) A Movement Divided: the Labour Movement and the Great War. In: Labour and Working Class History Association (LAWCHA) Conference 2017: Scales of Struggle - Communities, Movements, and Global Connections, 22-25 June 2017, University of Washington, Seattle. (Unpublished)

Panesar, Amerdeep Singh (2017) Martialing the Sikh Soldier During the First World War. Masters thesis, University of Huddersfield.


MacDonald, Juliet (2016) Drawing on the Front Line. In: Britain and a Widening War, 1915-1916: Gallipoli, Mesopotamia and the Somme. Pen & Sword Books Ltd, Barnsley, UK, pp. 304-315. ISBN 978-1473867178

Rebecca, Gill (2016) Belgian refugees in World War 1: local archives & histories. Local History News (119). pp. 6-7. ISSN 0969-3521


Gaudio, D., Betto, A., Vanin, Stefano, De Guio, A., Galassi, A. and Cattaneo, C. (2015) Excavation and Study of Skeletal Remains from a World War I Mass Grave. International Journal of Osteoarchaeology, 25 (5). pp. 585-592. ISSN 1047482X

Laybourn, Keith (2015) The New Philanthropy of the Edwardian Age: the Guild of Help and the Halifax Citizens’ Guild, 1905-1918. The Transactions of the Halifax Antiquarian Society, 23. pp. 73-94.


MacDonald, Juliet (2014) Shelf lives: Drawing out letters from World War I. Journal of Writing in Creative Practice, 7 (3). pp. 359-374. ISSN 1753-5190

Stansfield, J. Margaret (2014) Huddersfield's roll of honour: 1914-1922. University of Huddersfield Press, Huddersfield. ISBN 978-1-86218-126-7

Wilcock, Paul (2014) 'It will all be over by Christmas'. The 92nd London Antique Arms Fair Guide.


Walker, Colin (2011) Fates, dates and ages: an investigation of the language of war memorials in three regions of Britain. In: Lest we forget: How we remember the dead. The History Press. ISBN 9780752459653


Laybourn, Keith (2008) Pacifists, Patriots and the Vote: The Erosion of Democratic Suffragism in Britain during the First World War By Jo Vellacott. History, 93 (312). pp. 575-576. ISSN 0018-2648

Thurgood, Graham (2008) The role of nurses and nursing in Halifax and Huddersfield during the First and Second World Wars. Transactions of the Halifax Antiquarian Society, 16. pp. 137-179.


Taylor, David (2006) Blood, Mud and Futility? Patrick MacGill and the Experience of the Great War. European Review of History, 13 (2). pp. 229-250. ISSN 13507486

Ward, Paul (2006) Empire and Everyday: Britishness and Imperialism in Women's Lives in the Great War. In: Rediscovering the British World. University of Calgary Press, pp. 267-283. ISBN 1-55238-179X

Ward, Paul (2006) [Various entries]. In: The Home Front Encyclopedia: United States, Britain, and Canada in World Wars I and II. ABC-CLIO, Oxford. ISBN 978-1-57607-849-5


Ward, Paul (2001) Women of Britain say go: women's patriotism in the First World War. Twentieth Century British History, 12 (1). pp. 23-45. ISSN 09552359


Laybourn, Keith and Dockray, Keith (1999) The representation and reality of war: the British experience: essays in honour of David Wright. Alan Sutton, Stroud. ISBN 9780750918619

Taylor, David (1999) 'The minstrel boy to the War has gone': Rifleman 3008, Patrick MacGill and a soldier's experience of the First World War. In: The represntation and reality of war: the British experience: essays in honour of David Wright. Allan Sutton Publishers, Stroud. ISBN 9780750918619


Laybourn, Keith (1984) War and Socialism: The experience of the Bradford Independent Labour Party 1914 - 1918. Journal of regional and local studies, 4 (2). ISSN 0265-7325

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