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'The British Army in Mesopotamia' with Paul Knight

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Dr Knight bases the talk on his book The British Army in Mesopotamia 1914-18, with his own insights from two operational tours in Iraq.  The talk focuses on the technological and tactical developments, the international dimension and relationship with other theatres of the war.



'First into Jerusalem' a talk by Sam Eedle

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Sam Eedle will give a presentation on the British Army's arrival into Jerusalem during the First World War. 


'The British Army in North West Persia 1919-1921' with Phil Ventham

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Phil Ventham will give a presentation on the British Army in North West Persia (Mesopotamia) 1919-1921.    IMAGE: A British officer from the Dunsterforce watches a Russian instructing a group of Persian police at Resht. (C) IWM Q 24960


'The British Army in Mesopotamia' with Paul Knight

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In this talk Paul Knight will explain why he thinks Mesopotamia – Iraq – was the greatest of the Great War's 'sideshows', being a far more successful campaign despite being overshadowed by both the Gallipoli and Palestine campaigns. He will examine the international dimension as well as technological and tactical developments including a successful…



'The Indian Army in the First World War' a presentation by Major Gordon Corrigan MBE 8 March 2018

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The Indian Army in the First World War - Major Gordon Corrigan MBE Thursday 8th March 2018, 6pm A free and open lecture at the University of Kent, organised by the Arts and Humanities Research Council-funded Gateways to the First World War project. The British Expeditionary Force that crossed to Europe in August 1914 was said, then and now, to b…