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The ‘On the Brink 1914-1916’ Learning Resource website is here for your enjoyment but the information, artwork and images are protected by copyright laws, and may only be accessed and used for non-commercial personal and educational purposes. No part of the website may be permanently copied or reproduced in any form or reproduced on any other website or stored in or transmitted to or from any other electronic or digital form in whole or in part without our written prior permission.

Without further permission you can:

• Access and download the contents on a temporary basis for the sole purpose of viewing them.

• Print pages for your personal or educational use.

• Make multiple copies solely for educational use.

• Where specified, download and manipulate content electronically for educational use.

Any copyright notice originally included with the content must be included in all copies.

Copyright in all images on this website resides with Mid-Antrim Museum or with other copyright owners where applicable and specified.

If you wish to request permission to use the website content in any other way than those specified above, e.g. licensing images for reproduction, please send an email, including your name, address and a description of the intended use of the content to :

Jayne Clarke, Museum & Heritage Manager, Mid & East Antrim Museum & Heritage Service
Mid and East Antrim Borough Council
The Braid | 1-29 Bridge Street | Ballymena | BT53 4EJ
00 44 (0)28 25635027 : ext 25327

Mid Antrim Museums Service would like to thank the many Museum, heritage, public records organizations and private individuals, who provided images on the 1914-16 period for inclusion in our Learning Resource. Particular gratitude is due to Kilmainham Gaol, National Library of Ireland and the Imperial War Museum.

  • Mid-Antrim Museums Service
  • Heritage Lottery Fund
  • Causeway Museum Service
  • First World War Centenary

On the Brink: The Politics of Conflict 1914-1916 has been supported by a grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. Thanks to National Lottery players, we have been able to actively engage local communities in the North East of Ireland with a multi-perspective approach to exploring the contemporary impact of the outbreak of the First World War on the home front; the Easter Rising and Battle of the Somme within a national and international context; and their current legacies.

Please click here to access the Heritage Lottery Fund internet site

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