The Death of Innocence Triptych

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Death of Innocence TriptychReminders predellaMemorials predellaThe French PanelBritish PanelThe German Panel Oil Paintings By John Fisher (2015)   The triptych was inspired by listening to poetry readings, information gathering and…

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Geoffrey Taylor Describes his Experience of the WPA’s 2018 Battlefields Poetry Tour, ‘The World’s Worst Wound’.

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'Just follow the Old Kent Road' I said to the driver at Victoria. It seemed pertinent when thinking of the men who marched out of London, from the  quartermaster's store. Equipped as…

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Malvern Festival of Military History

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On Friday 25th October, MESH Theatre are staging a one-off performance of The Soldier by Rachel Wagstaff. This 'captivating' one act play is based on the life of Rupert Brooke…

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Video: John Lazarus Reads ‘Break of Day in the Trenches’ at Isaac Rosenberg’s Grave on the Western Front.

During the recent battlefields tour The World's Worst Wound, the final tour in a series designed to commemorate the centenary of the First World War and the Armistice which ended it,…

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Carol Ann Duffy’s Poem for the Centenary of the Armistice to be Read on Beaches Around Britain, 11 November 2018

A nationwide beach event organised by director Danny Boyle to commemorate the centenary of the end of the First World War will take place tomorrow, 11 November, Armistice Day. Danny…

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