Waddesdon at War
21 Mar – 28 Oct 2018, Wed-Sun
Waddesdon’s Archivist, Catherine Taylor, has traced information relating to 179 men in Waddesdon who served during World War 1.
Waddesdon at War focuses on the end of the First World War in 1918, and the stories of the 179 men who served in the Armed Forces, 46 of whom died, from Waddesdon. This exhibition also looks briefly at the impact of the end of the war on the estate, and what Miss Alice de Rothschild thought about the peace process.
The impact of the war
Records show that, of the 179 men from Waddesdon who served in the Armed Forces, only 59 returned to the workforce in 1919. This exhibition reveals how life at Waddesdon was impacted, as well as showing the ways in which these men are remembered today.
Join Catherine Taylor in person for a tour of the Waddesdon at War exhibition in the Family Room at 12.30pm-1.15pm, Wed 30 May and Fri 6 July in the Powerhouse. Free with your house and grounds admission.