Great War West Sussex 1914-18
These pages cover the work of civilians on the Home Front and
the Royal Sussex Regiment’s involvement overseas during World War
One. You can download over 300 documents, original
research work and view over 3,000 pages of information. These
include newspaper articles, original documents, images, leaflets,
posters and case studies of servicemen, other people and topics.
Free teaching resources are also available.
These web pages were financed by the Heritage Lottery Fund and
published by the County Library Service, with much support and
material from West Sussex Record Office. Any source may be
downloaded, saved and printed for educational or private use free
of charge, but you must obtain our written permission to re-publish
them in print or online.
Includes: Recruitment, Military Camps, Invasion Counter Measures, Enemy Aliens and Refugees, Fundraising, Economy, Employment and Morale, Social Life, Women, Hospitals, Churches, Agriculture and Food, Armistice and Memorials, and Post War problems.
Every surviving battalion war diary, plus other original records, newspaper articles, indexes and case studies of soldiers.