UPCOMING EVENTS

  • Wolverhampton Talk: George V and the Great War
    Wed, 05 Feb
    University of Wolverhampton
    George V was somewhat of an unknown entity to his subjects on the outbreak of war. By 1918 he had established himself as a new kind of King, one not afraid to work hard and share the hardships of war with his people. In doing so he managed to survive the "crash of thrones" occurring all over Europe.
  • Cirencester Dinner & Talk: George V and the Great War
    Fri, 31 Jan
    Army Benevolent Fund SW
    George V was somewhat of an unknown entity to his subjects on the outbreak of war. By 1918 he had established himself as a new kind of King, one not afraid to work hard and share the hardships of war with his people. In doing so he managed to survive the "crash of thrones" occurring all over Europe.
  • London Talk: George V and the Great War
    Thu, 16 Jan
    Western Front Association: East London
    George V was somewhat of an unknown entity to his subjects on the outbreak of war. By 1918 he had established himself as a new kind of King, one not afraid to work hard and share the hardships of war with his people. In doing so he managed to survive the "crash of thrones" occurring all over Europe.
  • Hatfield Talk: Who was TE Lawrence?
    Wed, 15 Jan
    University of Hertfordshire
    One of the most complex individuals I've ever come across, this one hour talk assesses several aspects of an intriguing and significant character in not only Great War history, but in the history of the Middle East