Audiotour

AudiotourThe Hull Blitz Trail

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  1. Audio-Tour Zusammenfassung
  2. Audio-Tour Zusammenfassung

    WALK THE STORIES OF HULL'S WARTIME PAST

     

    Between 1939 and 1945 thousands of people across Hull were drawn into the Second World War, as soldiers, nurses, firefighters, evacuees, war workers and more. Eighty-six air raids on the city from June 1940 to March 1945 brought terror and tragedy home to thousands more.

    Discover the story of the Hull Blitz through the people and places that experienced it, using a self-guided walking trail.

     

    This guide has been created by Charlotte Tomlinson, a historian of the Second World War in Britain. Thanks to  the Leeds for Life Foundation for kindly funding this project, and also to the Hull History Centre and The Hull People’s Memorial for providing resources, photographs and invaluable research advice during the process of creating this trail.

    Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of information contained in this guide, the creators can accept no responsibility for any errors or omissions, nor any consequences arising from the use of the information. Completing the trial is done so at your own risk, so we urge you to please take care when navigating the city.

    For any more information you can get in touch with us at hullblitztrail@outlook.com.

  3. 1 1. Queen Victoria Square
  4. 2 2. Hull Paragon Station
  5. 3 3. Hammonds Department Store
  6. 4 4. Hull Royal Infirmary
  7. 5 5. Albion Street Museum
  8. 6 6. The Fire Station and The Hull History Centre
  9. 7 7. Queen's Gardens
  10. 8 8. Guildhall
  11. 9 9. Old Town Docks
  12. 10 10. Holy Trinity Church
  13. 11 11. Whitefriargate and The Hull People's Memorial
  14. 12 12. Queen Victoria Square
  1. Audio-Tour Zusammenfassung

    WALK THE STORIES OF HULL'S WARTIME PAST

     

    Between 1939 and 1945 thousands of people across Hull were drawn into the Second World War, as soldiers, nurses, firefighters, evacuees, war workers and more. Eighty-six air raids on the city from June 1940 to March 1945 brought terror and tragedy home to thousands more.

    Discover the story of the Hull Blitz through the people and places that experienced it, using a self-guided walking trail.

     

    This guide has been created by Charlotte Tomlinson, a historian of the Second World War in Britain. Thanks to  the Leeds for Life Foundation for kindly funding this project, and also to the Hull History Centre and The Hull People’s Memorial for providing resources, photographs and invaluable research advice during the process of creating this trail.

    Whilst every effort has been taken to ensure the accuracy of information contained in this guide, the creators can accept no responsibility for any errors or omissions, nor any consequences arising from the use of the information. Completing the trial is done so at your own risk, so we urge you to please take care when navigating the city.

    For any more information you can get in touch with us at hullblitztrail@outlook.com.

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  • Sarah Taylor

    5 out of 5 rating 03-09-2018

    Very interesting- it was fascinating to match up the photographs with the places in today's Hull.

  • Paul

    5 out of 5 rating 11-02-2017

    Really enjoyed it! Knew a bit but learned some more 😉

  • Andree S

    2 out of 5 rating 09-21-2017

    Disappointing. Doesn't seem to have a spoken commentary so you have to stop and squint at the text on your phone at each location.