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045: January 1996


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The Great War, Memory and Ritual: Commemoration in the City and East London, 1916-1939


Book review by James Brazier. This is the latest volume in The Royal Historical Society's Studies in History series. The book's author, Dr Mark Connelly, is Reuters Lecturer in Media History at the University of Kent and has given talks to a number of Western Front Association Branches in the south east on Great War British and Canadian war artist…

'Memorials' with Tony Stubbs


Tony Stubbs, a local historian with a reputation for his work on regional war memorials, will be giving a presentation. 

Serpents In The Garden of Remembrance by Michael O'Brien


At the end of the Great War the authorities in Britain designed a series of memorials to acknowledge the sacrifices made by the war dead. Michael O'Brien's talk will explore the reasoning behind the designs and will compare the approach in this country to that of France, Germany and the United States. Find us at St Mary's Church, Station Road, All…

'The Knutsford Lads Who Never Came Home!' a talk by Tony Davies


Join us for an interesting talk by Tony Davies about the lads from the village of Knutsford in Cheshire who never came home in the First World War. Based on his research into the men commemorated on the Knutsford War Memorial, and his book 'The Knutsford Lads Who Never Came Home', this well illustrated talk will give us a detailed insight into the…