Nottingham Schools and the push for Great War Victory.
An account of the contributions of elementary schools in Nottingham to the 1914-18 war effort and the impact of the war on education and on teachers who were called up (and their female replacements in the classrooms). The author also paints a picture of life on the ‘home front’ and the daily grind of living in some of the poorer homes in Nottingham at this time. 195pp, illus.
David Nunn has lived in Nottingham most of his life and taught at various schools until he retired in 2005.