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Ep. 11 – Winning with Laughter – Cartoonists in the Great War – Luci Gosling
Luci Gosling, from the Mary Evans Picture Library, discusses a talk she gave to the Western Front Association's 2017 AGM in Newcastle on cartoons, cartoonists and the Great War. Your browser does not support the audio element. Dr Tom Thorp…
Ep. 178 – Irish Recruitment in World War One – Dr Tim Bowman, Dr Michael Wheatley & Dr William Butler
Dr Timothy Bowman, a Reader in modern British military history, University of Kent, Dr William Butler, the Head of Military Records, The National Archives, UK and Dr Michael Wheatley, an independent researcher who writes on early twentieth century Irish politics, talk about their latest book, The Disparity of Sacrifice. This book examines the mi…
ONLINE: The Development and Influence of Propaganda by Britain 1914-18
The presentation will be live and online. This presentation by Clive Harris looks at the introduction, development and refinement of British Propaganda during the Great War from the manipulation of the domestic press, through to the ingenious influencing of neutral countries. This fascinating story of Britain's Propaganda war offers a number of m…
'Propaganda and the Tyneside Irish Brigade in the Great War' with Dr James McConnel
Dr James McConnel is an Associate Professor at Northumbria University and an expert on the history of modern Ireland.
A talk by Steve Roberts 'Analysing the 1916 film 'The Battle of the Somme'
In 1916 Geoffrey Malins and John McDowell filmed the preparation for and early days of the Battle of the Somme. The film was released in British cinemas in August 1916 and in the following weeks it was seen by millions of people. In Canterbury it was screened at the St Georges Theatre in Lower Bridge Street. Running for 77 minutes, the film was …
Ep.277 – The Friendly Invasion of Lewes in 1914 – Jonathan Vernon
Jonathan Vernon, Digital Editor for The Western Front Association, talks about his research into Lewes during the opening months of the Great War. Your browser does not support the audio element. Jonathan looks at how the town coped with th…