When we think about The Second World War we don’t think about mental health. Of those who upon hearing of the impeding war couldn’t see a way to carry on. They are the forgotten victims of WW2. But their stories are finally being heard and might just provide the key to our modern-day mass mental health crisis.
I have tragic news for you all – 5 years after opening, London’s Jack The Ripper Museum has declared insolvency – so what happens now?
A beginners guide for finding that first job in museum and heritage in a Covid world.
“Slavery was not genocide, otherwise there wouldn’t be so many damn blacks in Africa or in Britain would there?”
‘Why would they kill me for something I didn’t do?’ The tragic story of George Stinney and one of America’s greatest miscarriages of justice.