- What does the Testament of Youth tell us about women's and men's experience of the war?
- How useful is biography as a source?
- Are Vera Brittain's experiences after WWI typical?
Vera Brittain, Testament of Youth, ch. 3, parts 2-8; chap 4; ch. 8, part 11 to end;ch. 10, parts 2-10; ch. 11, parts 1-3, parts 7-11; ch. 12, part 11 (available on Google Books)
Peace Pledge Union resources on Vera Brittain
YouTube BBC series of Testament of Youth (1979)
Paul Berry and Mark Bostridge, Vera Brittain: A Life (2001)
A. Bishop & M. Bostridge (eds), Letters from a Lost Generation: First World War letters of Vera Brittain and Four Friends (1998)
D. Gorham, Vera Brittain: A Feminist Life (1996)
L. Layton, 'Vera Brittain's Testament(s)' in Higgonet et al (eds), Behind the Lines
Muriel Mellown, 'Vera Brittain: Feminist in a New Age' in Spender (ed.), Feminist Theories