A one day conference about the legacies of the Great War was held at the National Army Museum on Saturday 6 July.
BCMH, Western Front Association (WFA) and the National Army Museum (NAM) had collaborated to launch it.
Prof Hew Strachan 'Peacemaking after the Great War'
Prof Richard Grayson 'Conflict in Ireland, 1916-23'
Prof Catriona Pennell ‘Commemoration in 'an era of existential crises': Community history projects and cultural memory of the First World War in Britain, 2014-2018’
Panel: 'Staff Rides, Battlefield Tours, and the First World War Centenary"
Maj Gen Mungo Melvin Ret’d (BCMH) 'Operation REFLECT: Recent Military Learning from the Great War'
Jo Hook MA (Guild of Battlefield Guides) ‘Guiding the Western Front from an Educational and International Perspective’
Gary Sheffield (University of Wolverhampton) ‘Learning “Joint” lessons from the First World War? Gallipoli and D-Day as Staff Rides’
The cost of the Conference is £25 including buffet lunch and tea and coffee at the breaks.
Booking is now open at the National Army Museum website https://www.nam.ac.uk/whats-on/ends-and-beginnings-legacies-great-war
Any difficulties with the booking engine should be addressed to NAM and not to BCMH or WFA.