‘At the Top of the Curve? - The BEF Striding Towards Victory in 1918’
08 Sep

The Northumberland Regional Conference

 

Conference Chairman - Professor John Derry

 

PROGRAMME

Colin Buxton (Branch member): ‘RAF involvement at the Battle of Amiens, 1918’

Andy Robertshaw (University College London): ‘Sinews of Victory! – Logistics & the 100 Days’

Richard van Emden (World War 1 Expert & Author): ‘1918: The Decisive Year in Soldiers Own Photographs’

Rob Thompson (City University of London): ‘The Empire Strikes Back: Operation ‘Llandovery Castle’ - The Secret Move of Canadian Corps to The Amiens Battlefield, August 1918’

 

VENUE

The Northumberland Hall, Market Street, Alnwick, NE66 1TN

09:30-16:30 (Doors open 09:00)

 

BOOKING

Tickets £15 (includes tea/coffee)

Available from Dave Barras, Northumberland WFA Branch Secretary

Tel. 07703 603792 or 01670 769809

E-mail: dbarras1970@gmail.com

 

FEATURED IMAGE: 8th August, 1918 by Will Longstaff shows a scene during the Battle of Amiens as a column of German prisoners of war are led into captivity. This image is available from the Collection Database of the Australian War Memorial under the ID Number: ART03022 

The Northumberland Hall, Market Street, Alnwick, NE66 1TN
‘At the Top of the Curve? - The BEF Striding Towards Victory in 1918’, dbarras1970@gmail.com
08 Sep 2018 09:00