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March Trench Lines


March Trench Lines provided the then latest regarding the Covid-19 pandemic and notified members of that all national and branch events would be either postponed or cancelled, at least until May. The current thinking is that such cancellations are likely to endure through to the summer. Please be advised and check with organisers before attendin...

Ep. 33 – The 'Spanish Flu' Pandemic 1917-19 – Dr Jane Orr


Medical doctor and historian Dr Jane Orr talks to the podcast about the “Spanish Flu” pandemic which killed up to 100 million people across the world between 1917 and 1919. Your browser does not support the audio element.

Help save Talbot House


The wonderful and iconic Talbot House, a living memorial to the men who lived and served on the Western Front out of Ypres, needs your help. Recent investments in the permanent exhibition hall due to open for the new season starting in April leaves this non-profit charity in need of donations. A home for home for soldiers during the First World...

IWM Opens its Museums


IWM Museums are open and welcoming visitors.  Here are the guidelines relating to Covid-19. Images from the Imperial War Museum Website 

'Voices From Three Crises: World War One, Covid-19 and Ukraine' - Dr Viv Newman


Viv Newman presents an overview of how three crises impacted on written culture.  The First World War led to an outpouring of literature, with professional and amateur writers and poets wielding their pens as they sought to make sense of a world that was irrevocably changing lives. Just over a century later, the Covid-19 pandemic had a similar e...