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In 1914 Wolverton was the second largest town in Buckinghamshire and because it was also a railway centre, contributed massively to the war effort. These two volumes describe in great detail every aspect of life in the town during those four years.
Contents of Volume 1
Belgian Refugees
Law and Order
McCorquodales
The Military
National Reserves
Religion
Special Constables
Threatening Skies
Trams
Volunteer Defence Corps
Wolverton Amateur Dramatic Society
Women's Suffrage

Volume 2
Business
education
Food, Farming and Flowers
Housing and Highways
Medical
The Carriage Works and Railway
Working Men's Clubs
After the Armistice