WWI Final Day Saturday 2nd March

Open Public Meeting Saturday 2nd March 10.30-12.00

Come and find out more about what the project has achieved and how we plan to go on.  Hear from volunteers and others how the project inspired them in different ways and find out about the WWI Book group, the Knit and Natter group’s activities, creative writing from primary school pupils to university students, and other community-based activities.

This event is FREE.

Tea/coffee will be served from 10.00.  To help with catering requirements, please book through the Events page on the museum’s website or at Reception.

Talks on the aftermath of the war Saturday 2nd March 1.30-3.30

Join us for three fascinating talks on the aftermath of the war:

  • The Paris Peace Conference with Professor Charlotte Alston (Northumbria University)
  • Campaigning to transform international life with Dr. Daniel Laqua (Northumbria University)
  • The birth of the German Republic 1918-1919 with Dr. André Kiel (Liverpool John Moores University)

As a whole the event will involve reflections on the legacies of war and its impact on building post-conflict societies, which should lead to some lively discussion.

This event is FREE.

Tea/coffee will be available during this event.  To help with catering requirements, please book through the Events page on the museum’s website or at Reception.