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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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Tim Godden Dec 10
Here’s a framed print of Jonas and McFadden of as recently exhibited at and .
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Laure Humbert Dec 4
Spread the word: programme now live for 'No end to the war' conference, 24-25 January, 2019 with thanks to
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Gateways to the FWW Dec 10
New blogpost by : 'A Jack of all trades': Chaplains and Chaplaincy 1914-18
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Rose St Curiosities Dec 6
Big Fish Arts are doing a refresher rehearsal tonight of Women In play in preparation for another performance next week. This time it’s for Society.
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Dr Emma Hanna Nov 30
Dr Iain Adams talking about football in the British army 1914-18 at our event
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Gateways to the FWW Nov 30
Dr Iain Adams discussing the myths and realities of football and the First World War at our event today
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Dr Emma Hanna Nov 30
Ceremony to twin sports pitch with Huge thanks to our friends at Canterbury
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Tim Godden Nov 30
All set up for the Football and the First World War event. I’m already clicking stories for potential additions to the series.
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Kent Sport Nov 29
Join us at the Pavilion tomorrow for this unique event celebrating the hundredth anniversary of the end of the First World War
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IWM: WW1 Centenary Nov 29
Join and for a unique event tomorrow, Football and the First World War. Explore the history of football in the and commemorate with a football match dedicated to peace Image © IWM (Q 9945)
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Cultural Institute Nov 21
Join and project leader, Professor Alison Fell, for the last in the series of talks about . 'The Impact of the First World War on Women’s Lives' is on the 3rd December, 12 - 1. Register here:
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Kent Sport Nov 27
Staff footballers kick off at midday on 30 November at the Pavilion in memory of the WW1 Christmas Truce Football Match; part of a programme of activities including guest lectures and the launch of the Peace Ride Cycle Challenge.
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Gateways to the FWW Nov 26
Are you a cyclist looking for a challenge? The National Children's Football Alliance is organising a 2019 sponsored PEACE RIDE from to to raise money for . Info session Friday 30th Nov 11-11.30am @ Sports Pavilion
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CultCommWar Nov 24
Please RT: Spaces still available at our next workshop American Wars, American Memory , featuring a host of brilliant speakers including , sponsored by & . Free & open to all! Register here:
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SMHT Nov 24
Evocative photograph of team at Sutton Mandeville. Please RT - would welcome any info about the team or any of the soldiers shown. (and yes, they look very young). More here
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Hanna Smyth Nov 21
: while some of the best known instances of popular commemoration in UK 2014-18 have been major art projects (, , etc), local level with projects, & through the 5 engagement centres (eg ), v v significant
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Gateways to the FWW Nov 21
This collection of illustrations by will be on display at our Football and the First World War event on Friday 30th November. Book your FREE place at
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Tim Godden Nov 20
It's the 101st anniversary of the Battle of Cambrai - here are a few of my tank related illustrations from the last few years.
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Gateways to the FWW Nov 20
We are excited to welcome to on Friday 30th November to support our Football & the First World War event and unveil the Peace Field plaque. Find out more and book a place here:
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AHRC Nov 20
100 years ago today, 9 days after the end of , the first batch of German U-boats crossed the North Sea to the British coast to surrender at Harwich, Essex. supported by has been researching this little known event.
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