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March

March is here. We’ve almost survived another winter! Enjoy the thaw with a good book.

Jacob – Circulation

Winter’s Bone by Daniel Woodrell, Fiction Woodrell  1,256 more words

Music

WWI Centennial Exhibition

Here are a few snapshots from our Exhibition in November, timed with Remembrance Day and the centennial anniversary of WWI. 32 more words

News

New seminar for 11th March: The Visual Heritage of the Losing Side: Orphaned Souvenirs of the First World War

Please join us for another in our series of research seminars:

The Visual Heritage of the Losing Side: Orphaned Souvenirs of the First World War… 371 more words

Seminars

Warriors' Tale

No, no,no …You are getting it wrong, I am not telling any story, don’t you worry. It is about the soldiers who fought and laid down their precious lives during World War I and that too about the Indian soldiers who fought on behalf of Britain.As many as 17 Indian soldiers, who won the Victoria- Cross (VC) during World War I, will be immortalized in stone on Thursday by Britain.  523 more words

Reblogged

2 March 1915

France Hardifort

Here is promised letter, rather late and by the time it reaches you probably later still. We have left the place at which we disembarked and the whole battalion is now at a tiny village not so very far from scenes of excitement but not within the sounds of the guns. 160 more words