THE ONLINE SOLUTION TO YOUR CANCELLED CONFERENCE WOES
History goes on is run by the British Commission for Military History to allow people to continue to share their research in light of the global shutdown of public events caused by the COVID-19 outbreak.
Have a look at the papers on the forum by clicking on the relevant links.
We provide a platform for people to post their conference papers, lectures and podcasts on all things military history, from ancient warfare to modern conflicts, from strategic studies to gender, social, political and economic history, and everything in between. If its military, we'd love to host it.
We also run a forum for people so that people can ask the presenters questions about the videos, discuss the topics featured, and offer suggestions and feedback. You can involved by visiting the forum now.
Our lives are going to be a bit different for a while, but History Goes On, and no pandemic is going to stop us discussing it.
British 55th (West Lancashire) Division troops blinded by tear gas await treatment at an Advanced Dressing Station near Bethune during the Battle of Estaires, 10 April 1918, part of the German offensive in Flanders.