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East Midlands Oral History Archive

[Pictures of Leicester people through the twentieth century]

Talking history?
Oral history is everyone's history:
explore the site to find out more.

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Latest news from EMOHA

The Leicestershire Villages website is gone, but many of its oral history soundclips can still be listened to on our Leicestershire Villages page - http://www.le.ac.uk/emoha/community/leicsvillages.html

EMOHA's guide to the history of Leicester has been updated with a huge list of useful books, videos and other resources - http://www.le.ac.uk/emoha/community/leicester.html

EMOHA's WW1 oral histories are now online. Local people talk about the home front in Leicestershire & Rutland during the Great War. Click here to go to the exhibition.

We are gathering information about oral history in the East Midlands and want to share information about all the holdings and projects in the region. Look here - East Midlands Oral History Pages - and let us know if anything is missing!

It's nothing to do with oral history, but there is a children's activity trail around Leicester that has been created with input from EMOHA and you can download it for free from here - http://www.visitleicester.info/things-to-see-and-do/heritage/childrensactivitytrail/

More news...

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A joint project to conserve and develop oral history resources in the East Midlands. Supported by the University of Leicester, Leicester City Council, Leicestershire County Council.

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Last updated: 09/09/2016
East Midlands Oral History Archive Web maintainer
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