More than 100 documents from the Modern Records Centre's archives about the First World War and its aftermath are available online. From the soldier on the front line to the imprisoned conscientious objector, the woman worker to the wounded ex-serviceman, the sources provide an insight into the far-reaching effects of four years of 'total war' on Britain and its society.
Discover some of the highlights of our First World War collections here or view all of the digitised documents through Warwick Digital Collections. Wartime cartoons from The Railway Review, weekly newspaper of the National Union of Railwaymen, are also available online.
The war on the Home Front
The war to end all wars