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World War One Engagement Centre: Voices of War and Peace

Connections between Great Wars; 1793-1815 and 1914-1919

Labour Unrest Amongst First World War Female Workers

‘Remembering World War One’ Module

The Soldiers’ and Sailors’ Families Association, County Dublin Division, 1914: a case study

Girl Guides: Gender and Childhood on the Home Front

Sophie Carey and the National Food Fund

Exhibiting the Great War in 2014

The Recapture of Gheluvelt, 31 October 1914

The Silenced War

The Women Left Behind

Manchester’s Voices of Peace

Zeppelin Raids

Menin Road and Remembrance

Breaking the Hindenburg Line

Rounding on the Germans

The Fighting Warwicks and South Staffs

Why Remember?

Happy Anniversary?

Old Contemptibles

“The Loss of Such a Splendid Man”

 

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Performance: Red Flag over Bermondsey – The Ada Salter Story

23rd May 2015 By Nicola Gauld

This performance explores both the private and the public lives of Ada Salter from 1909 until 1922, interwoven with her beloved Ira Sankey hymns and her passion for Handel.

2pm, Saturday 30th May, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

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Call for papers: Women, Gender & the First World War

22nd May 2015 By Nicola Gauld

Women, Gender and the First World War: Home Fronts and War Fronts

One day Conference, University of Portsmouth, Saturday 10th October 2015

Venue: Park Building, 5 minute walk from Portsmouth & Southsea station

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Conference on Children, War and Violence

20th May 2015 By Nicola Gauld

26th June – City Campus, University of Worcester

This conference, aimed at sixth form pupils, takes the recent centenary of the First World War and the seventieth anniversary of the VE as triggers to discuss aspects of children’s relationship to war and violence in the last 100 years; asking how children’s imagination and everyday lives have been shaped by conflict and violence.

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