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The First World War - Rethinking Remembrance

Events • HistoryPolitics • Panel Discussion

The First World War established patterns of remembrance for those killed in war which were novel at the time. A century later, none of those taking part in observance ceremonies have any conscious memory of the events they are marking – and none actually fought in the war. Join our chair Magnus LinklaterThe Times, and panellists Professor Sir Hew Strachan FBA, School of International Relations, University of St Andrews; Jenny Waldman, Director, 14-18 Now; and Lucy KentishNever Such Innocence exhibition, to discuss how, why and if wars should be remembered.

Ticket price: £6.00, £4.00 concessions

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