Clare Small wrote:
I went to a meeting with the Western Front Association at Pimperne in December 2013. There were lots of artefacts and memorabilia to look at and very interesting people happy to share their knowledge. I learned about Friendship Badges. These were worn by people at home, wives, mothers and others to show that their support and connection to a loved one that was away fighting.
Canaries was the name given to munitions workers because the chemicals that they used turned their hair, skin and clothes yellow.