'The Austro-Hungarian Front 1914-1918' by Graham Kemp
11 Sep
Graham Kemp has been a historian of the Great War for the past 40 years.
Graham is a retired tour guide/museum manager at Lancaster Castle, as well as an ex teacher and an ex chair of Lancs (North). He is an experienced speaker, from Castle outreach and WFA talks to addressing international conferences on his doctorate subject of Peace and International Relations. His passion is conveying the human perspective and experience. 
The waste of human life on the Western Front was nothing to the waste on the Austro-Hungarian front, where millions were lost due to breathtaking military incompetence. Only real success was on the Italian Front. Alongside the story of this military wastage of human life is also the story of the beginning of ethnic persecution that would reach its climax in the death camps of the Second World War in Eastern Europe.
Congregational Church, King Street, Newcastle under Lyme, StaffsST5 1EJ
11 Sep 2023 18:30