The Public Record Office of Northern Ireland (PRONI) is the official archive for Northern Ireland.

PRONI holds a wealth of primary source material relating to the key events of the period, 1912-22 including the digitized signatories of the Ulster Covenant; records pertaining to Ulster Resistance to Home Rule; the many theatres of the First World War; the Home Front; the role of women; the Easter Rising; the Battle of the Somme; and the creation of the two states of Ireland.

BEd students from St. Mary's University College and Stranmillis University College, Belfast, have used PRONI archives to produce learning resources aimed at Key Stage 3 students, including this resource on the topic of Women in Wartime.