Ep271 – Children and childhood in WW1 – Dr Viv Newman

Author and historian Dr Viv Newman about her research into children and childhood during the Great War. She explores how the war affect children across Europe, how some children became combatants and what impact the war had on children in the 1920s and 1930s. Viv is a social historian with a particular interest in children and women during the conflict. More information is available at https://firstworldwarwomen.co.uk/about.html