May 2017

The War at Sea 1917
Wednesday 10th May 2017
1.00pm - 2:00pm
Lecture Theatre, Ulster Museum
Free Admission.
National Museums Northern Ireland ‌‌‌

For the war at sea, 1917 has been called ‘the year of decision’. Since the start of the conflict in 1914 both Britain and Germany had been looking for ways to maximize the pressure they could put on the other, an aim that, in terms of naval warfare, required at the very least bending and in many cases flagrantly breaching international law. Thus, for both sides, the war at sea up to 1917 had been about finding ways to circumvent accepted norms without suffering unacceptable consequences in reputation and relations with neutral states. 1917 would be the moment when both British and German naval policies were taken to their logical conclusion with consequences that would set in motion the wheels that would bring ultimate victory for the Allies a year later.

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15/05/2017 # The War at Sea 1917‌‌‌

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YAC Development and First World War Workshop
Saturday 24th March 2018 from 10:00 - 17:30
Thursday 24th May 2018 from 10:00 - 17:30
The Engine Shed, Forthside Way
Stirling, FK8 1QZ
LivingLegacies 1914-18 Logo (Aug14) Council for British Archaeology Home Front Legacy 1914-18

Join the Council for British Archaeology's Young Archaeologists' Club and Home Front Legacy teams for two workshops bringing together colleagues from community groups, heritage organisations, and those working with young people across Scotland. Find out about YAC and the opportunities it offers young people in our first workshop, and be inspired to record the First World War Home Front in your local area during the afternoon. 

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26/04/2018 # YAC Development and First World War Workshop

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