Reviews the success of utilising craft activities, with a focus on woodwork, to relieve the suffering caused to civilians of German origin interned in the Knockaloe Camp on the Isle of Man by the British Government during the First World War. Uses the case of an order of commissioned furniture designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh for the home of Wenman Joseph Bassett-Lowke, to examine the challenges faced by these two individuals during the prevailing wartime atmosphere
Access this resource online. MyGSA login may be required for off-campus access.
Available at GSA Library.