Alan Gow and Robert Jardine about their book (written with Richard Hannah) on the lives and war serviceof the men who commemorated on the Bo’ness War Memorial, West Lothian.
Tony T, Oral Historian and Producer from Sweet Patootee productions, talks about a historical documentary he made with colleagues interviewing former black veterans who served in the British West Indies Regiment during the Great War and who witnessed their Regiment’s involvement in the mutiny at Taranto, Italy, in December 1918 (Link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Mutiny-Rianna-Scipio/dp/B07K1JHJTW).
Dr Anne-Marie Foster, Lecturer, School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics at Queen’s University Belfast, talks about her research investigating the ethical, legal and policy questions around families donating WW1 items of former veterans to museums.
Dr Toby Haggith, Senior Curator, Department of Second World War and Mid-20th Century Conflict, Imperial War Museum, talks about his research into the 1916 Battle of the Somme Film.
Diane Stephens, Manager of the Heugh Battery Museum (http://www.heughbattery.co.uk/) about the battery and its role in WW1.
Former cabinet minister and MP, David Laws about his latest book, Who Killed Kitchener?, examining the life and death of Field Marshal Lord Kitchener. This is published by Biteback publishing.
Sue Laffey talks about the research she and Ida Atkinson did into the community of Bilsdale, North Yorkshire, during the First World War and the Great War service of its residents. For more information contact Sue on email@example.com.
Pratap Chhetri talks about his research into companies of the Indian Labour Corps during the Great War.
Professor Gary Sheffield, Professor of War Studies at the University of Wolverhampton, talks about a collection of papers, In Haig’s Shadow, that he has recently edited and has been published by Greenhill Books. This volume features private papers from the De Pree family that include unseen correspondence from Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haig and Haig’s […]
Dr Rachel Duffett, Research Officer, Department of Sociology at the University of Essex, talks about on her recent book the Stomach for Fighting that looks at food and the British Tommy during WW1.