Barings and the First World War

The Baring Archive has just published Barings and the First World War, an online exhibition to mark the centenary of the beginning of the conflict.

The exhibition draws on material in The Baring Archive to examine how Barings' work changed during and immediately after the War; the impact of the War on staff in the office, including the increasing role of women; the men who went to the Front; Barings' work for Russia; and the work of John Baring, 2nd Lord Revelstoke, beyond Barings both during and after the War.

Posted on Wednesday, 30th July 2014

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