A little-known aspect of World War I is the remarkable story of the Armenian volunteers or in the French Foreign Legion, as Susan Pattie tells in her article
Angela Maranian’s son and granddaughter retold the story of her amazing life for our blog
A snapshot of the UK Armenian community
Dr. Alyson Wharton-Durgaryan shared the fascinating story of Sledmere House
A brief report on our oral history training sessions
A look back to our Video Production sessions with Adom Saboonchian
Vicken Babkenian tells the story of the Kut prisoners and their links to the Armenian Genocide from his and Prof. Peter Stanleys ‘Armenia, Australia and the Great War’ book
A short report on our Documentary Photography session with Vahagn Gulakyan
The project team visited The National Archives for research
Lucine Shabazian tells the story of the man who helped numerous Armenian orphans, Rev Harcourt
The Family History of the Yewarts
Some of our volunteers – Maria, Hasmig, Gagik and Armenag, visited the Institute for the Study of Islam and Christianity (ISIC) library in Pewsey, Wiltshire, and Armenag Topalian shared his impressions with us.
UK Armenians & WW1 project became a reason for our volunteer Vanita Nicholls to learn more about her non-Armenian side of the family and discover more
A brief update on our first training session
A volunteer’s point of view: ‘What is that coming to our minds when we think of WW1?”
The CEO of the Centre talks about the importance of the project to him professionally and personally.