One's World War is a project that will last a number of years and will chronicle the diary of a soldier throughout World War 1.
Alan Peat acquired the diary a few years ago and alongside Simon Matthews has been putting this project together for over a year.
The diary belongs to a gentleman called George Beale–Browne, a Gloucestershire man who, at the start of the war, was a Lieutenant in the 61st Company of the Advance Service Corps (1st Army). By the end of the war he was a Major commanding a G.H.Q. Supply column. What is unique about the diary is that it reads as a continuous narrative looking at all the different aspects of war from someone who lived through it.
To bring the diary alive, the team have put together the website onesworldwar.com, each month the website will feature a free podcast which runs alongside a digital magazine. The digital magazine is available through different…