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Vera Brittain - The Militant Pacifist: Misconceptions of her Importance in Military History
By Dr. Phylomena H. Badsey Originally published by the Journal of the Centre for First World Studies. Posted here with permission. Vera Brittain (1897-1970) is best known to this audience for her sixth book Testament of Youth An Autobiographical Study of the Years 1900-1925, published in 1933 and based on her own war diary, Chronicle of Yout…
'Vera Brittain 1893 -1970: Her Life Known and Unknown by Dr Phylomena Badsey'
Vera Brittain's 'Testament of Youth (1933)' is an important text for the study of the First World War. Dr Badsey's talk puts this text in the context of the political, social and religious beliefs of Vera Brittain's entire life.
Dr. Phylomena Badsey MA was awarded her PhD from Kingston University in 2005, its topic "The Political Thought of V…
Cancelled 14 March : Study Day ‘The War Against the Ottoman Empire 1914-1918'
First World War Research Group Study Day : ‘The War Against the Ottoman Empire 1914-1918' featuring presentations from Professor Gary Sheffield, Dr James Kitchen, James Halstead and Dr Phylomena Badsey. VENUE: Room MC001, Lecture Theatre, Millennium City (MC) Building, City Campus Wulfruna (South), University of Wolverhampton, Wolverhampton WV1…
The First World War in 100 Objects by Gary Sheffield
The First World War in 100 Objects: The story of the Great War told through the objects that shaped it by Professor Gary Sheffield Hardback 256pp Approx: 500 words per object Andre Deutsch September 2017 ISBN 9780233005232 In 2010 Neil MacGregor, then Director of the British Museum, brought to BBC Radio 4 his ground-breaking ‘A History of t…