CONFERENCE : Chemical Warfare in the Great War: Experience and Legacies
15 Oct

The Western Front Association / National Army Museum Conference 

0930 Arrivals
1000 Welcome
1010 Keynote + Q&A
Professor Edward M. Spiers (University of Leeds), “Chemical Warfare in the First World War’
1115 Coffee
1130 Panel + Q&A
Professor Matthias Strohn (University of Buckingham), ‘The German Experience of Chemical Warfare in the First World War’
Dr Vanda Wilcox (Independent Historian), ‘The Italian Experience of Chemical Warfare in the First World War’
Simon Jones, (Independent Historian), ‘The Use of Gas in North Russia’
1300 Lunch
1400 Keynote + Q&A
Professor Peter Doyle, (London South Bank University), ‘Gas at the Battle of Loos Revisited’
1500 Coffee
1515 Panel + Q&A
Carol Bratcher (PhD candidate, University of Buckingham), ‘The influence of Terrain on Chemical Warfare in the First World War’
Clem Maginniss (Independent Scholar), ‘British Preparations for Chemical Warfare 1939-40’
Rocky Salmon (former MOD), ‘Legacies of the First World War in Today’s Chemical Warfare’
1645 Closing Remarks

1700 Conference Ends
Cost is £25 including lunch.
Booking via NAM
National Army Museum, Royal Hospital Road, London, SW3 4HT
CONFERENCE : Chemical Warfare in the Great War: Experience and Legacies, info@nam.ac.uk
15 Oct 2022 09:30