Nostalgia

New book reveals Huddersfield's vital role in the First World War

Team of writers look at everything from textiles and munitions to rationing and sport

Huddersfield soldier Alfred Olds killed at Arnhem used to work at Globe Worsted Mill in Slaithwaite

Fondly remembered by former colleague 87-year-old Arnold Quarmby

Examiner paragraph sparks wonderfully nostalgic story about First World War soldier Pte Harry Day

He was wounded and taken prisoner yet survived the war

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New book reveals Huddersfield's vital role in the First World War

Team of writers look at everything from textiles and munitions to rationing and sport

Huddersfield soldier Alfred Olds killed at Arnhem used to work at Globe Worsted Mill in Slaithwaite

Fondly remembered by former colleague 87-year-old Arnold Quarmby

Examiner paragraph sparks wonderfully nostalgic story about First World War soldier Pte Harry Day

He was wounded and taken prisoner yet survived the war

More Examiner Christmas nostalgia - Are you pictured in our gallery from December 1986?

The sky was the limit for Santa Claus one day in December 1986 when he abandoned his reindeer and sleigh to take a party of Examiner readers and children on a trip over the sea

Happy 1980s Christmas! Take a look at Xmas celebrations in Huddersfield from our nostalgia archive

Nativities, Santa and more featured in our look back into our Christmas archive

1989 nostalgia pictures from Huddersfield

Was this really 25 years ago? Who do you recognise in our 1989 nostalgia gallery from the Examiner archives?

Take a look to see hundreds of faces from a quarter of a century ago - and you may see a few familiar ones

Cattle in field

Cattle rustlers strike in Cumberworth ... in 1436

Wakefield Court Roll reveals the kind of crimes committed hundreds of years ago

Examiner reader Julius Baracskay found this old bottle stopper while walking his dog in Bluebell Hill woods in Newsome

Was the site an old tip and where are other long-forgotten Huddersfield tips?

Huddersfield Town v Sheffield Wednesday was a TV special back in 1966

A Leeds Road FA Cup clash attracted a bumper crowd as well as the cameras

Big trip about to set off from outside the Co-op at Scapegoat Hill in the 1920s or 30s - but where were they going?

Was it a regular winter trip from the windswept hill?

Glimpses of Huddersfield's past from the 1960s from Alderman Clifford Stephenson's collection

He captured the town in colour

Soldiers during World War One

Plea to find more information on Huddersfield soldier Benjamin Brook who survived the war to die of broncho pneumonia in 1919

Buried at Lindley and his name is on the Edgerton war memorial in Huddersfield

Republic of Ireland's clash with Scotland stirs memories of former Huddersfield Town player Pat Saward

The midfielder won four of his 18 Eire caps while at Leeds Road

It's 1987 in Huddersfield!

It's 1987 in Huddersfield - who do you recognise in our nostalgia picture gallery?

We've got some fantastically evocative pictures of the mid 80s - see who's face you can spot

Huddersfield Civic Society still a vital voice for the town after 50 years

It has helped to save some of the town's most historic buildings

It's the 1980's in Huddersfield updated

Bumper Examiner nostalgia gallery from the 1980s - who do you recognise?

Our gallery stretches the whole length of a decade - but as fashions change so do faces, so who do you remember?

Husband of Huddersfield woman Florence Helen Brigg won a Victoria Cross in the early days of World War One and then died in mysterious circumstances

Was Major Charles Allix Lavington Yate murdered or did he commit suicide?

Sad stories of Huddersfield men who all died on November 5 during the Word War One Years

Information from new book Huddersfield's Roll Of Honour by Margaret Stansfield

Mysterious death of British hero major married to Almondbury woman

Was Major Charles Allix Lavington Yate murdered by his German captors?

Huddersfield's vital role providing munitions for our troops during World War One

Many soldiers will have dug trenches using spades from a Holmfirth company

Videos & Photos

FEATURE: Happy Valley star Sarah Lancashire talks of Huddersfield and Halifax drama successes

Restaurant review: Trattoria Domenico

Take a look around this week's featured Property of the Week - Keith Dixon's house in Longley

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