An 'Historians Do Drink' Conference
24 Nov

The purpose of this conference is to encourage consideration of the role of Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig in the Allied Victory of 1918

Speakers

Alex Churchill

Haig and George V

Peter Hart

Douglas Haig: Britain's Greatest Commander in Chief ?

Taff Gillingham   

"Good God, did we really send men to fight in that?"

Rob Thompson

Haig and Logistics, 1918

Richard van Emden

The Quick and the Dead: family responses to loss in the Great War


A donation of £200 will be made to the Royal British Legion.


There will be tables for book sales and militaria by prior arrangement only. (Extra cost of £20 per table if you're selling things)

Afterwards we will be retiring to discuss the events of the day in a convivial local pub.

Details to follow.

Free coffee - get your own lunch!!!

COST £22 PAYMENT IN ADVANCE ONLY


Please pay by bank transfer. 
Historians Do Trips
TSB
Sort code 30–90-15
Account Number: 27130360


Use your surname as a Reference so we know who it is. 
Please book and pay as early as possible. We only have 80 places available.

This will sell out!

Details also at: All Events

 

TFL Palestra, 197 Blackfriars Road, Southwark, SE1 8NJ
An 'Historians Do Drink' Conference, pmhart@btinternet.com
24 Nov 2018 09:00