This event was originally scheduled for July 2020.
The years after 1918 did not, as popular myth would have it, bring about universal peace. In fact, the ‘war to end all wars’ accomplished little of the sort.
In the aftermath of the First World War, the belligerents endured years of ongoing military campaigns, domestic political upheaval, cultural transformation and territorial disputes. It was a period of revolution and of persistent challenges.
Organised in partnership between the National Army Museum, the British Commission for Military History and the Western Front Association, this two-day virtual conference will explore the aftermath of the First World War.
For more information and details of how to register go to Illusions of Peace | National Army Museum (nam.ac.uk) and follow the links.
There is a Crowdcast FAQ page on the NAM website to help people joining the events: https://www.nam.ac.uk/how-take-part-virtual-online-events-crowdcast
If you have difficulty please contact NAM, not BCMH.
The Conference will be recorded and links to all the NAM online talks are below:
General William Ironside taking the salute during a parade in Archangel, 1919