‘No Man’s Land: Young People Uncover Women’s Viewpoints of the First World War’ takes you on a journey through the lives of some amazing female photographers who worked during the First World War. This groundbreaking publication was created by New Focus our young people’s project group.
The book brings to life the story of the First World War through the eyes of women. The book features images that have never been published before, including photographs taken by Mary ‘Fluffy’ Porter who joined the Women’s Army Auxiliary Corps and pictures from the photo-album made by Sister ‘Josie’ Kane, who travelled to Malta to work for Queen Alexandra’s Imperial Military Nursing Service.
The publication is inspired by the major exhibition ‘No Man’s Land: Women’s Photography and the First World War’ which was on show at Impressions Gallery from 7th October to 30th December 2017.
This project is funded by the Heritage Lottery Young Roots scheme and we thank National Lottery Players.
The project is led by New Focus in partnership with Impressions Gallery, with heritage partners The Peace Museum Bradford, University of Leeds, and The First World War Centenary Partnership, led by IWM
Find out more about New Focus here