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Oral History - guide to resources: 1960-1969 (A-M)

Subjects: History - British

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1960-1969 (A-M)

Newly bookmarked websites

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Ambleside Oral History Archive

Around 1968: Activism, Networks, Trajectories

Art, photography and architecture

BECTU Oral History Project

Belonging: Voices of London's Refugees

Birmingham Black Oral History Project

Black and Ethnic Minority Experience

'Brian Drain' Debate in the United Kingdon, c.1950-1970

British Antartic Oral History Project (BAOHP)

British Diplomatic Oral History Programme (BDOHP)

British Hinduism Oral History Project (BHOHP)

British Library Sounds

The Ceredigion Oral History Project

Changing Perceptions

Coal Mining Oral History

The Cork Memory Map

The Corner Shop: A Social History Project

Credit, Class and Community: Working Class Belfast 1930-2000

Diabetes Stories

Dialect & Oral History: The East Midlands

The dialects of Welsh

Disability Voices

East West Festive Cultures

The Elizabeth Roberts Archive

ESDS Qualidata

Exmoor Oral History Archive

Families, Social Mobility and Ageing, an Intergenerational Approach, 1900-1988

Gaelic Athletic Association Oral History Project

The Glens of Antrim Historical Society Oral History Project

Harveststories

History in Education

The History of Parliament Oral History Project

History of the Common Cold Unit

ICBH Witness Seminar Programme

The Immigrants Project

In the First Person

The jobbing system of the London Stock Exchange: an oral history

The Keele Oral History Project

King's Cross Voices

Kiveton Park and Wales Community History Project

Lap of Honour

The Leeds Archive of Vernacular Culture (LAVC)

The listening project

Mass Observation Online

Migration Stories

Millennium Memory Bank

Moor Memories

Mothers Alone: Poverty and the Fatherless Family, 1955-1966

Mothers and Daughters: Accounts of Health in the Grandmother Generation, 1945-1978