Ep.249 – The Illustrated Chronicle during the First World War – Peter Welsh

Ep.249 – The Illustrated Chronicle during the First World War – Peter Welsh…

Historian Peter Welsh talks about his research into the daily Northumbrian newspaper, the Illustrate…

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Ep.248 – 2nd line Territorial Force  Divisions in the First World War – Dr Bill Mitchinson

Ep.248 – 2nd line Territorial Force Divisions in the First World War – Dr …

Author and historian Dr Bill Mitchinson talks about his latest book ‘Of No Earthly Use’ that explore…

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Ep. 247 – The Punjab Record Project – Dr Gavin Rand

Ep. 247 – The Punjab Record Project – Dr Gavin Rand

Historian Dr Gavin Rand, Principal Lecturer at the University of Greenwich talks about the recent …

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Ep.246 – Centre for Experimental Military Archaeology and the Great War – Andy Robertshaw

Ep.246 – Centre for Experimental Military Archaeology and the Great War – A…

Archaeologist, historian and author Andy Robertshaw talks about his work with the Centre for Experim…

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Ep.245 – Brian Feeney – Antrim and the Irish Revolution, 1912 – 23

Ep.245 – Brian Feeney – Antrim and the Irish Revolution, 1912 – 23

Journalist and historian, Dr Brian Feeney talks about his recent book exploring the impact of the Fi…

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Ep. 244 – A Legacy of the First World War: Hindenburg, Ludendorff and Hitler – Alex Clifford

Ep. 244 – A Legacy of the First World War: Hindenburg, Ludendorff and Hitle…

Historian and author Alex Clifford talks about his recent book on Hindenburg and Ludendorff and how …

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Ep.243 – Discipline in the AIF in WW1 – Prof Peter Stanley

Ep.243 – Discipline in the AIF in WW1 – Prof Peter Stanley

Prof. Peter Stanley talks about the discipline and dissent in the Australian Imperial Force (AIF) du…

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Ep.242 – Sex, Violence and Alcohol: some after-effects of the Great War - Frances Hurd

Ep.242 – Sex, Violence and Alcohol: some after-effects of the Great War - F…

In this podcast from Tom Thorpe, Historian Frances Hurd talks about her research into how the trauma…

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Ep.241 – Lost But Not forgotten. The Archaeological Recovery of First World War Casualties - Simon Verdegem

Ep.241 – Lost But Not forgotten. The Archaeological Recovery of First World…

Belgian battlefield archaeologist Simon Verdegem talks about his work recovering First World War c…

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Ep.240 – Stretcher Bearers on the Western Front - Dr Emily Mayhew

Ep.240 – Stretcher Bearers on the Western Front - Dr Emily Mayhew

Military medical historian Dr Emily Mayhew talks about the role of stretcher bearers during the Gr…

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Ep.239 – Roscommon During the Great War and After -  Dr John Burke

Ep.239 – Roscommon During the Great War and After - Dr John Burke

Historian and author Dr John Burke talks about the history of Roscommon in the 1912–23 during the Ir…

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Ep.238 – China and the Great War – Frances Wood

Ep.238 – China and the Great War – Frances Wood

Author Frances Wood talks about her recent book, Betrayed Ally, China in the Great War, that she wro…

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