Tracing the Belgian Refugees

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About the project

Tracing the Belgian Refugees is a digital humanities project funded by the AHRC and run by colleagues at the Universities of Leeds, Leuven and UCL, which traces and records Belgian refugees who came to the UK during the First World War. We have created a free-to-use online database for anyone who would like to input information that they have found about a Belgian refugee, and to view the information that others have shared. With this, we hope to widen our knowledge and understanding of the experiences and legacies of the Belgian refugee diaspora. Read more

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This month’s blog comes from Kieran Taylor. Kieran is a second year PhD student at the University of Stirling. His...

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This month we hear from James Buckman of the Spalding Gentlemen’s Society about accusations of fraud in the Belgian refugee...

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This month’s blog has been kindly put together by Graham Bradshaw of the Halifax Great War Heritage Society. You can...

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  The first blog of 2019 comes from Peter Bareau, who has researched the life of his grandfather, Louis Bareau. Louis,...

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Come along to the third of our free project workshops where you will be able to get together with others...

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  Come along to the second of our free project workshops where you will be able to get together with...

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Come along to the first of our UK workshops, where you will have the opportunity to meet other people in...

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We are delighted to be speaking at this conference – Building Belgian refugee history into wider discourses of commemoration for...

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