Hidden Histories: Ireland (<em>website details</em>)

Hidden Histories: Ireland (website details)

Collection: Hidden Histories: Ireland (collection) [NC]
Organisation: Eastside Community Heritage (organisation) [NC]

Hidden Histories: Ireland is a website containing six stories by former British soldiers (Toms) and members of the Troops Out Movement (TOM).
The full title of the section is:
Ireland: What was that about? Toms and TOM remember.

Website InformationShowHide

Title
Hidden Histories: Ireland (website details)
Description
Hidden Histories: Ireland is a website containing six stories by former British soldiers (Toms) and members of the Troops Out Movement (TOM).
The full title of the section is:
Ireland: What was that about? Toms and TOM remember.
Creator
Eastside Community Heritage
Publisher
Eastside Community Heritage
Local URL
http://www.hidden-histories.org.uk/northern_ireland/index.html

Collection InformationShowHide

Title
Hidden Histories: Ireland (collection) [NC]
Description
Part of the Hidden Histories Web site which contains oral histories, in audio format, of three former British soldiers (Toms, or Tommies) who served in Northern Ireland, and three former members of the Troops Out Movement (TOM) who campaigned for a British political and military withdrawal from the region.
Creator
Eastside Community Heritage
Subject
The conflict in Northern Ireland.
Publisher
Eastside Community Heritage
Format
Audio files, plus transcribed text, on a Web site.
Language
English
Stories Collected
6

Organisation InformationShowHide

Title
Eastside Community Heritage (organisation) [NC]
Status
Active (checked, June 2014)
Address
Parish Centre, Cardinal Heenan Centre, 326 High Road, Ilford, Essex, England. IG1 1QP
Organisation Abstract
"Eastside Community Heritage was established in 1993 as part of the Stratford City Challenge community history project. In 1997 Eastside became an independent charity. Over the years Eastside has worked on numerous projects documenting the lives of ‘ordinary’ people from, and who live in, East London." (from ECH Web site)

Citation

Eastside Community Heritage. Hidden Histories: Ireland (website details). Eastside Community Heritage.
Accounts of the Conflict; Accessed: 23 January 2022 <http://accounts.ulster.ac.uk/repo24/items/show/2120>

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