The Great War and the Great Republic

The Great War and the Great Republic: The American Experience of World War One.

Our colleagues in the 2nd Air Division Memorial Library, based at the Millennium Library in Norwich, have organised what sounds like a fascinating talk for the evening of November 1st.

Libby Morgan, the Trust Librarian, says:

In this centenary year of the United States entering the Great War, join Dr Sam Edwards (Senior Lecturer at Manchester Metropolitan University) for this fascinating talk about the American experience of the First World War.

This a free event, but space is limited so we recommend booking a free ticket to reserve your seat. Please call the 2nd Air Division Memorial Library on 01603 774747, email 2admemorial.lib@norfolk.gov.uk  or book online via Eventbrite:  https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/the-great-war-and-the-great-republic-the-american-experience-of-ww1-tickets-38038119038

We hope to see you there !

 

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Peace and War: Norfolk 1900-1914. An Illustrated Talk

Peace and War: Norfolk 1900-1914

6 – 7.30pm. Monday 4th August 2014.

A free illustrated talk by historian Neil Storey

The Curve at the Forum

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Norfolk based social and military historian Neil Storey will be giving an illustrated talk about life in Norfolk in the years leading up to the First World War and then the first few months of the conflict when there was still hope it would all be over by Christmas.

After the talk which will last about an hour there will be time for questions from the audience.

This is a free event but space is limited in The Curve at The Forum so please do reserve your place by calling 01603 774707 and leaving a message or by emailing Sarah on sarah.salmon@norfolk.gov.uk.  Tickets will also be available to collect from the Sound and Vision Desk at the Millennium Library from Wednesday 23rd July.

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Neil Storey will also be in the Forum, Norwich as part of the daytime “August 4th: The Day We Went to War” event where he will be available to interpret family military photographs and memorabilia, something he has done at ‘Who do you think you are live’ at Olympia for the past four years.