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Laura Coward Sep 6
Fantastic day today at conference in Wolverhampton! Some very interesting papers, keynote lectures and questions to my paper! Thank you all!
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Rebecca Ball Sep 7
Excellent conference so far with so many fascinating papers! Thoroughly enjoyed presenting today on English urban working-class childhood as part of the 'everyday English home front experiences' panel with the wonderful and
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Kristin O'Donnell Sep 8
What a fantastic 3 days full of amazing research, fantastic keynotes and brilliant company. Met so many interesting people and got some real insight to enrich my own research. Thanks for a brilliant time
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Oliver Wilkinson Sep 8
Home after some jam packed days . Just want to say a HUGE thank you to all keynotes, speakers, chairs & delegates: you were a superb bunch. Now please excuse me I’m off to bed- can someone wake me up when my name has changed to ‘Rip Van Wilkinson’
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1918-2018 Conference Sep 5
The auditorium is ready for you delegates!
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Dr Ann-Marie Einhaus Sep 7
Why yes, we do have questions! After Alison Fell’s keynote yesterday, a second personal favourite today - Laura Ugolini on (post-)war masculinities, drawing on cartoons, memoirs, letters & interviews.
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Gary Sheffield Sep 8
Prof Sir Hew Strachan delivering his keynote on ‘How the FWW Shaped Understanding of Strategy in the 20 century’
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Jessica Meyer Sep 4
Personal circumstances mean I'm going to be missing both Motherhood, Loss and the First World War and . I hope all delegates have an amazing time.
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Claire James Sep 7
Great passion from on the need to reach more than just academics with our work within the academic sphere - having a wider subject base and more accessible work is really encouraged and needed
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Chris Kempshall Sep 9
Me: I wore a suit and shirts at and talked about allied relations proving that I am a serious scholar and not just a complete geek. Also me:
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Skipton POW Sep 8
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Chris Netherclift Sep 7
⁩ ⁦⁩ Panel discussion following excellent papers from Alistair McCluskey, ⁦⁩ & Glyn Harper on breach of Hindenburg line, Australians in 100 days & NZ division from November to March 1919. John Horne in the chair.
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Dr Ann-Marie Einhaus Sep 10
I slept most of yesterday upon returning from , which goes to show what a great, intellectually stimulating as well as sociable three days it was! Thank you very much indeed, ! Lovely to see all the WW1 crowd and hear so many excellent papers.
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Dr Ann-Marie Einhaus Sep 11
It's conferencing season & after last week's , I've just arrived in Exeter for tomorrow's with the fabulous ! Look out for the hashtag & check our website if you couldn't make it but would like to find out more:
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Geoff Inglis Sep 6
Outstanding first day of conference. Really looking forward to the next two days
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Uni of Wolverhampton Sep 5
Marking 100yrs since the end of the First World War, and featuring leading historians, a University of Wolverhampton conference will debate the end of the First World War and how it shaped the century! More 👉
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Alice Kelly Sep 8
Reading about ' paper at conference has made me look up the history of Buffalo Bill's Wild West (thanks ). I love the idea of Queen Victoria, Kaiser Wilhelm II and the future Kings Edward VII and George V all sitting watching Buffalo Bill...
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Prof Ingrid Sharp Sep 8
The Revolutionary Women Panel
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Peter Stanley Sep 8
Shock revelation at Wolverhampton : Gary Sheffield says Western Front 'learning curve' has been supplanted by 'learning process' because literal-minded persons thought a curve should be smooth and the 'process' wasn't. Pity: 'curve' was always a metaphor, surely?
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Louise Bell Sep 7
Always here for the cute animals in 's papers! 🐨🐨
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