Posts tagged with ‘First World War’

Amputated Men: The British Nigerian disabled men of the First World War and their crisis of masculinity

When we think of the First World War, most people envision the trench warfare in France […]

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Commemorating 100 years since the end of World War I

At 11am on 11 November 1918 the guns fell silent and the First World War was […]

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Digging the Trenches – Great War Archaeology

Andy Robertshaw is a military historian, author and television expert, and will give a talk on the topic of archaeology during the First World War. His presentation will focus on archaeological evidence to highlight the Great War as experienced rather than imagined.

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Remembering forgotten heroes of the Great War

Flanders Fields, muddy trenches, the poetry of Wilfred Owen, poppies, the final episode of Blackadder Goes […]

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Postcard from World War 1

Behold the Man Images of the dead Christ have inspired this body of work by Fay […]

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