100 Years of Housing Heroes: Commemorative Book
From the early days of WWI through to the present day, this fabulous book spotlights the people, anecdotes and history of Haig Housing Trust.
Being sold to raise funds for Coming Home, Haig Housing's fundraising campaign, this remarkable new book, fully illustrated throughout, presents stories about the brave and dedicated people whose fascinating and extraordinary stories enrich the telling of the Coming Home story.
The book focuses on the development of the Trust, its people and history; from the early years of the First World War with the work of society hostess Mrs Willlie James, Founder of the Housing Association for Officers' Families, to the inception of Douglas Haig Memorial Homes on the death of the Field Marshal in 1928. Through to its current status as the leading provider of housing for ex-members of Her Majesty's Forces and provider of specially adapted housing for severely wounded and disabled Service and ex-Service people. It is packed full of anecdotes, history, architecture, social observations and there is something of interest in it for everybody.
At just £25 plus £3.95 P&P
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