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Pending Advice > 1 May : A World Aflame - Illuminating new perspectives on the Great War

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Contact the organisers closer to the time to know if this event is going ahead or not.   70 million men served in the First World War. Countless millions more lives were affected, whether through munitions production, medical services or familial ties. This FREE student-run conference will bring together current research on non-military histori…


Ep. 146 – The YMCA during WW1 – Kathryn White

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Kathryn White, a PhD history student at Pembroke College, University of Oxford, talks about her doctoral research into religion and the YMCA in WW1. Kathryn White talks about the research she is doing for her PhD on the YMCA during the First World War. Your browser does not…


15 April 1918 : Lt Harold Hubert Thompson

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His father, Capt. Magnus Thompson of Jerseyville, Macleay River, New South Wales. Harold had five brothers and three sisters.  He was 26, and working as a builder, when on 19 February 1915 he enlisted in the 18th Battalion. He sailed from Australia with the 3rd Reinforcements, and was taken on strength with his Battalion in October 1915.  He ser…