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The National Archives: Archives Media Player

This captivating site from the National Archives (UK) features materials from the archives in the form of a wide range of video and audio resources. Readers may like to begin with the homepage, which includes highlights from the collection. The bulk of the material may be browsed via one of seven categories: Family history, Military history, Social history, Political history, Law and order, Archivists and archives, and International. Engrossing resources abound within each. For instance, Family history media includes a webinar about how to use the 1939 register to understand the demographics of the United Kingdom's population prior to World War II. Likewise, in Law and order, readers will find the fascinating podcast, "Did she kill him? Addiction, arsenic and adultery in Victorian Britain." Here, Kate Colquhoun revisits the case of Florence Chandler, who was accused of murdering her husband in the early 1890's.
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February 5th, 2016
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February 3rd, 2016 at 1:07pm
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February 3rd, 2016 at 2:17pm
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