Below you can find our latest publications, including the War Widows’ Quilt exhibition book, the collection of the first twelve War Widows’ Stories oral history interviews, as well as research which has informed or resulted from the project. To access all of the project’s current oral history interviews, please visit the “Interviews” section of the website.
You can download each of our publications or read them online. If you are having trouble any of the documents, please do get in touch with us. We produce hardcopies of each publication whenever our funding allows us to, and we will announce future print publications as soon as they are produced.
The War Widows’ Quilt is a beautiful, moving, and challenging piece of collaborative art that expresses the realities of war widowhood in Britain, past and present. Our digital exhibition book allows you to explore the quilt and each of its squares and stories, as well as the creative, historical, and academic work that inspired it.
This volume is a collection of the first twelve interviews conducted for the project, both with war widows and their daughters.