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Gary Sheffield Sep 8
I agree. Very fortunate to have him at
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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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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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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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Rokewood Sep 7
My 1st opportunity to hear up close here at after years of reading & admiring his work 😊
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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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Andrea Hetherington Sep 4
Good luck to all my friends doing sessions at Wolverhampton this week. Sorry I can't make it.
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Dr Vanda Wilcox Sep 8
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Rokewood Sep 8
Wow. Brilliant, provocative final keynote from Jay Winter on the ‘War & Revolution’—The Second Great War, 1917-23. The immense civil bloodletting, ethnic cleansing, starvation in Europe, from Ireland to Russia
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Chris Kempshall Sep 8
The signs of a good conference: pages of notes, a sore hand, excellent evenings with and others, and an embarrassing photograph. Bravo you did a tremendous job.
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Skipton POW Sep 8
Thanks to and team for a great conference
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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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Patricia Hendry Sep 7
Fantastic job Kristin! Am retweeing on behalf of so thank you for all your work. Looking forward to the second half of the conference
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Prof Ingrid Sharp Sep 8
Fantastic talk by on how women represent their own revolutionary experience
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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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Geoff Inglis Sep 8
A day of heavy hitters at the top of their form, begun by Prof Sir Hew Strachan, and capped by a powerfully argued new thesis from Prof Jay Winter about the wars of chaos 1918-1923 released by the end of the War like the winds from Pandora's box,
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Anna Muggeridge Sep 7
Really looking forward to a panel on micro-histories of the First World War
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Skipton POW Sep 8
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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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Oliver Wilkinson Aug 30
Just one week to go! I'm excited and nervous at the same time (though mainly excited). If you are coming along please do say hello – I will be easy to spot as I will be the one running around panicking about EVERYTHING!
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