2 November : ‘The Aftermath Wars 1918-1922’
02 Nov

Featuring the launch of a Stephen Badsey's The German Corpse Factory: A Study in First World War Propaganda with additional speakers including Dr John Spencer, Dr Paul Latwaski and Dr Jim Beach.

Venue: Room MC001, Lecture Theatre, Millennium City (MC) Building, City Campus Wulfruna (South), University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton WV1 1LY

The University of Wolverhampton, First World War Research Group, would like to invite you to a Study Day entitled ‘The Aftermath Wars 1918-1922’ on Saturday 2 November 2019.


10.00 - 10.15am  

Welcome and Introduction


Professor Stephen Badsey (University of Wolverhampton)


‘The War Was Not Over: Strategic Dilemmas 1918-1922’ 


Coffee Break

11.45 -1.00pm

Dr John Spencer (Private Scholar – University of Wolverhampton)


‘Keeping the storm centres quiet - FM Sir Henry Wilson and British strategy in 1919’


Book Launch

1.15 - 2.15pm   

Lunch Break

2.15 -3.30pm

Dr Paul Latwaski (Royal Military Academy Sandhurst)


‘Building an Army when Fighting a War of Survival: The Polish Army 1918-1921’

3.30 - 4.00pm

Tea Break

4.00 - 5.15pm 

Dr Jim Beach (University of Northampton)


‘Lloyd George, Ignorance, and British Soldiers in the Duchy of Teschen, 1919-1920’

5.15 - 5.30pm

Concluding Remarks 


End of event.

The cost for the Study Day is £20.00.

The cost for students is £10.00.

Details of registration and payment can be found in the attached joining instructions.  Payment can be made online through the link or alternatively if you wish to pay by cheque/cash this can be done on the day.

The Study Day will start promptly at 10am and is expected to finish at 5.30pm.

The Millennium City Entrance area will be staffed all day, please register upon arrival at MC001.

Delegates can access the Millennium City Building via the main entrance to the Ambika Paul Building, off St. Peter’s Square.


Either: please go to the following webpage:


or email Jane Maclaren: 



Room MC001, Lecture Theatre, Millennium City (MC) Building,, Campus Wulfruna (South), University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton WV1 1LY
2 November : ‘The Aftermath Wars 1918-1922’, J.Maclaren@wlv.ac.uk
02 Nov 2019 10:00