ONLINE: High Wire: Travels along the Italian Front with Tom Isitt
28 Feb

The presentation will be live and online. 

Author and historian Tom Isitt takes us on a tour of the Italian Front, from 'the howling wilderness' of the Isonzo battlefields to the soaring peaks of the Dolomites. This was WW1 as most people have never seen it, a vertical war in snow and ice, where death was more likely to come from an avalanche than from an enemy bullet. Tom travelled the length of the front, from Trieste to the Swiss border, at times walking in the footsteps of the five British divisions that fought there in 1918, to explore some of the most complete and untouched battlefields of the war, where howitzers still sit on mountaintops 100 years later.

Tom makes a second visit to our webinar series, after the success of his first talk about 'Riding the Zone Rouge' some months ago. 


Members wishing to participate will need to register: details of how to register will be circulated via The Western Front Association's newsletter 'Trench Lines'. If you are not a subscriber to 'Trench Lines' please subscribe now. 

To subscribe to Trench Lines, go to the homepage of The Western Front Association website and complete your details in the 'Newsletter sign up' box. 

It is also possible to register by clicking this link: High Wire: Travels along the Italian Front

The talk will be undertaken using the 'Zoom' software which is freely available. It may not be necessary to load the software to your PC / iPad etc: but we would recommend doing so if you wish to participate in this event.

Please Note : > Once registrations hit capacity (we have a 1000 limit on the webinars) then you won't be able to register. If this happens, you can still watch the event via the Facebook Live Stream (subject to any technical hitches) on our Facebook page. Alternatively, these are loaded to our YouTube channel where they can be watched a few weeks after the event.  

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28 Feb 2022 20:00