Ep. 165 – The Great War Centenary Battlefields programme – Simon Bendry

Ep. 165 – The Great War Centenary Battlefields programme – Simon Bendry

Simon Bendry, the former Programme Director of the First World War Centenary Battlefield Tours Programme based at Univer…

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Ep. 164 – The First Gurkha Officer – Pratap Chhetri

Ep. 164 – The First Gurkha Officer – Pratap Chhetri

Pratap Chhetri talks about his research into Rana Jodha Jung Bahadur, the first Gurkha officer in the British Army durin…

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Ep. 163 – Tom Barry – British WW1 soldier to IRA leader – Gerry White

Ep. 163 – Tom Barry – British WW1 soldier to IRA leader – Gerry White

Gerry White, Chairman of the Cork branch of The Western Front Association, talks about his research into Tom Barry, who …

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Ep. 162 – Combat, identity and power in the Indian Army during WW1 – Prof. Kate Imy

Ep. 162 – Combat, identity and power in the Indian Army during WW1 – Prof. Kate Imy

Kate Imy, Assistant Professor of History at the University of North Texas, talks about her recent book Faithful Fighters…

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Ep. 161 – Civilian Internment in WW1 – Prof Matthew Stibbe

Ep. 161 – Civilian Internment in WW1 – Prof Matthew Stibbe

Professor Matthew Stibbe, Professor of Modern European History at Sheffield Hallam University about his book on civilian…

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Ep. 160 – The 2nd Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment in FWW – Nigel Atter

Ep. 160 – The 2nd Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment in FWW – Nigel Atter

Historian Nigel Atter talks about his book on the Great War service of the 2nd Battalion, Leicestershire Regiment. This …

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Ep. 159 – The 2nd Inniskillings at Festubert, 1915 – Michael Nugent

Ep. 159 – The 2nd Inniskillings at Festubert, 1915 – Michael Nugent

Michael Nugent talks about his recent book into the 2nd Battalion, Royal Inniskilling Fusiliers at the 1915 Battle of Fe…

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Ep. 158 - The German Zeppelin Offensive and Propaganda – David Marks

Ep. 158 - The German Zeppelin Offensive and Propaganda – David Marks

David Marks talks about his recent book on the German Zeppelin Offensive as documented in propaganda, postcards and pict…

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Ep. 157 – Responses of Irish Jesuits to the end of WW1 – Damien Burke

Ep. 157 – Responses of Irish Jesuits to the end of WW1 – Damien Burke

Damien Burke, archivist at the Irish Jesuit Archives, talks about his research into the responses of Irish Jesuits to th…

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Ep. 156 – The Indian Army in the Great War – Dr Adam Prime

Ep. 156 – The Indian Army in the Great War – Dr Adam Prime

Dr Adam Prime, lecturer in the Politics and Contemporary History at the University of Salford, talks about his research …

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Ep. 155 – Zeppelin Nights : London in the First World War – Prof. Jerry White

Ep. 155 – Zeppelin Nights : London in the First World War – Prof. Jerry White

Professor Jerry White, Professor in History at Birkbeck, University of London, talks about his social history about the …

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Ep. 154 – Rugbeians at War – Dan Mclean

Ep. 154 – Rugbeians at War – Dan Mclean

Author Dan Mclean talks about his book on Rugbeians in the Great War, published by Pen and Sword. …

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