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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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Royal Mus. Greenwich Oct 4
Learn about the conflict, culture and commemoration of the First World War at Sea in a landmark conference at the National Maritime Museum. Book tickets:
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Legacies of War Oct 15
Do come along if you're interested: 'Armistice and After', University of Leeds, 3-5pm, Friday 26 October:
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UNESCO Switzerland🇨🇭 18h
During , millions were captured & sent to detention camps. Countries provided lists of prisoners to , which created individual index cards. These are testimonies of an event that shaped the modern world & on 's Register. ℹ️
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FWW Network Oct 15
We've had some fantastic responses to our call for papers so far, but we're always happy to receive more. Check it out on our website:
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Europeana 1914-1918 Oct 15
The deadline is 23:59 tonight so there is still time to submit your proposal for the Europeana Research Grants 2018
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InternmentWWI Oct 11
*Klaxon sound* New research, new article on Lofthouse Park Internment Camp between 1914 and 1918. "Lofthouse Park Camp: Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor...and possibly a few gentlemen spies?"
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Reflections1418 Oct 9
'Women of Aktion' great play at the Lakeside Theatre, University of Essex and touring on women, revolution and the end of the war in Germany. Monday 15 October, 2018.
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Strike a Light - Arts & Heritage Oct 10
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HMDT Music Oct 9
Only one week to go. On 17 October, HMDT Music's Trench Brothers hits the stage at Brighton Dome
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Gateways to the FWW Oct 9
We are delighted to announce our 2018-19 First World War Seminar Series in partnership with the In Flanders Fields Museum. Seminars will take place in and . Free and open to all.
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AHRC Oct 2
Discussing the impact of the - Life and Society in aftermath of . Conference 19th and 20th Oct in partnership with For more details of programme and to register please visit the website
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British Library Americas Collections Oct 4
Very pleased to announce keynote for 'Revisiting the Black Parisian Moment 1918-19' is Dr Minkah Makalani from University of Texas. Join us for a fascinating day of talks and performances.
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IWM: WW1 Centenary Oct 3
Discover the history of stage and screen during the at The Big Shows - a study day and information event this month
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Kent Archives Sep 29
Prisoners of War 1914-1918: Talk & Live Music from Mary Kemp on Thursday 01 November: 6.30- 7.45 PM. Tickets £5. To book ring 03000420195 or email archives@kent.gov.uk
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YMCA England & Wales Sep 21
Join us at a talk looking at YMCA's service during at YMCA Heritage School on Monday 12 November. Listen to two talks examining our contribution to the war effort. Get your tickets here:
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Creative Junction Sep 21
Fitting to be spending studying & reflecting on ready for our work this winter, inc ‘Now Light The Candles’ exhibition Incredible resources & generous expert advice
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J. Calladine Sep 21
Great day at Accessing Archives in London with the likes of . Very informative and hopefully can spur me on to start a good project in Derby
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Nicola Benge Sep 21
Really interesting day at the Institute of Historical Research for study day exploring resources from
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Helen Brooks Sep 21
Using local archives. Things to think about courtesy of study day
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Helen Brooks Sep 21
The fantastic now talking on how to use local archives
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