100 Days

The 100 Days project, which marked the centenary of the First World War Armistice, shone a light on 100 individuals touched by that conflict. Jill Hopper and Rebecca Dowman wrote pieces for the project, a partnership between writers’ collective 26 Characters and the Imperial War Museums. Jill spoke from the perspective of a Derbyshire mother who had lost two sons in the Battle of the Somme; Rebecca captured the emotions of a young woman, whose brother was facing court martial for refusing to fight.

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