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Gateways to the FWW
Gateways to the First World War. An Arts and Humanities Research Council funded centre for public engagement with the First World War centenary.
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National Lottery Heritage Fund London May 22
Calling anyone undertaking a project - or anyone with an interest in ! are hosting a FREE event to share best practice in creating engaging exhibitions and events, Fri 14th June:
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Rose St Curiosities May 20
Excited to be meeting to see the proof of our new anthology “Words and Deeds -Tales from a Barbed Wire Island”. Their writing from our on project.
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Rose St Curiosities May 10
We are proud to be presenting to researchers the research approach we used for our Women in on project event on 14th June.
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SurreyintheGreatWar May 1
EVENT! It's our finale event on Saturday 20 July, at . Free entry, 11am-4.30pm. Browse displays from local history societies, museums and researchers, hear talks, watch Surrey on film, listen to our sound installation & talk to re-enactment groups.
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Strike a Light - Arts & Heritage Mar 12
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TracingBelgianRefugees Apr 29
1/2 Our next workshop is taking place on 31st May in Glasgow! Sign up for your free place here:
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Gateways to the FWW Apr 29
There are a few places left for our free Accessing Archives study day in Winchester this coming Friday at Hampshire Records Office. Booking closes today at 4pm.
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Knockaloe Internment Camp Isle of Man Apr 25
OPENING 10th May 2019 - Centre for WW1 Internment, Knockaloe and Patrick Community Centre on
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Dr Emma Hanna Apr 25
Getting ready for showtime in our Night in the West End this Saturday evening with some of our performers @westgatehall
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Gateways to the FWW Apr 25
A great event at Newhaven Fort tomorrow!
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Gateways to the FWW Apr 4
Don't miss our free lecture-concert, A Night in the West End, on Sat 27 April at . Experience the music and stories of some of the biggest West End hits of with and the Gateways team.
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Gateways to the FWW Apr 3
We are delighted to welcome Prof. Sophie de Schaepdrijver to on Tue 14 May to give the lecture 'Another Front: Bruges' Great War'. Part of our Zeebrugge: The Making of a Legend Event. Book your free place here:
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Gateways to the FWW Apr 2
Join us for a free event at on Tue 14 May launching our research on the Zeebrugge Raid of 1918, including a lecture by Prof. Sophie de Schaepdrijver on the German occupation of Bruges and a film screening. Book here:
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Gateways to the FWW Apr 2
Read our latest blogpost by on our recent event with exploring the experiences of BAME Seafarers in . Includes useful links for those interested in researching the subject.
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The Cabinet Mar 27
Thank you to the wonderful for hosting us yesterday and the great introduction to Grey Owl, for your insightful talk on WW1 and of course to who are helping us to create our new project.
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Joel Morley Mar 27
If you're interested in the legacy of the Great War, or the Second World War, or Mass Observation then there's something for you in my latest article, The Memory of the Great War and Morale during Britain's Phoney War, now online
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New Focus Mar 25
Massive thank you to for helping us to celebrate our award, by sharing our story on your website! It was amazing working with you and
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Gateways to the FWW Mar 25
Congratulations to all those who took part in the Peace Ride from Canterbury to Ypres / Ieper on Saturday and especially to our colleagues Lee and Oli from . A fantastic achievement and a great cause. You can support the cyclists at
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Helen Brooks Mar 15
A taste of Unlocking Ypres with an introduction to St George’s memorial church from the wonderful and
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LivingLegacies Mar 4
2019 WW1 Engagement Centres Festival Shared Heritage - Legacies of the First World War 18th - 22nd May 2019 for more information/book tickets please go to:
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