> War Diaries - WW1
The WO95 War Diaries held by the National Archives provide an insight into daily events on the front line. They are arranged by operational theatre (front) first, then by GHQ, then Army, then Corps, then division, then by units within each division. They cover the entire period of the units involvement in the war, from their arrival on the front to their departure at the end of the war. The war diaries include details of the units activities, often on a daily basis. While not personal diaries, they do often refer to individuals and offer personal insights into life on the front line.
TNA website: https://discovery.nationalarchives.gov.uk/browse/r/h/C78435
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