Lincolnshire at War
Lincolnshire has a long and proud military history including at one time it’s own regiment. Here the Lincs to the Past team highlight some of the fascinating documents and objects relating to our military past.
Tragic WW1 story
Soldiers have always made decorative art or souvenirs during their spare time.
A history of Lincolnshire engineering during the First World War
An exciting community project
by Morris Felton.
Airships and early aeroplanes and daring young men
The Lincolnshire connection.
An Ill-starred ship: the loss of HMS Hawke (15th October 1914)
Boy soldiers and sailors
Permission was granted for this war memorial outside the Sessions House on Lindum Road.
Find out how sailors and fishermen were affected by the Great War.
Find out what the men and women of the Home Guard in Lincolnshire did during the Second World War
Read about the memories of land girls who worked in the Boston area
Read about the experiences of an RAF Lancaster Wireless Operator from Boston
Find out about how the RAF used methods other than bombs to fight the war
Read the war time memories of these Boston citizens
Find out about the role of women during the War
Read about the role of Lincolnshire’s industries in the war
Meet some of Lincolnshire’s bravest boys