The talk will look at the role developed by the British and Anzac chaplains in the circumstances of the Gallipoli campaign. It will focus on difficulties and dangers, opportunities and achievements in their service to the men involved in the landings and battles.
Dr Linda Parker is a former history teacher, author and independent scholar who writes about military chaplaincy and 20th and 21st century military history. She is a member of the WFA, the American Commission for Military History and a founder member of the British Modern Military History Society.
To register for the talk email Ian Binnie, on email@example.com
Image: A group of Chaplains on Anzac in September 1915. From left to right: Chaplains Merrington, A.I.F.; King, N.Z.E.F.; Dale, Royal Irish Rifles; McMenamin, N.Z.E.F.; O'Connor and Crozier, both of the Royal Irish Rifles. © IWM HU 57401