Western Front 100 Seminar
Saturday 29 June 2019
10am - 5pm (doors 9am)
The Suffolk Branch of the Western Front Association are proud to present a six-year-long centenary event comprising of six inter-connected annual seminars with excellent guest speakers.
Western Front 100 - 1919 Seminar 'Aftermath' with guest speakers:
Richard van Emden - The Army of Occupation; The Soldier's Point of View
Peter Hart - Après la Guerre: Post-war blues, demobilisation and a home fit for very few
Professor Anita Prazmowska - From the First World War to the Second World War. What happened to hopes for a better future?
Major General Mungo Melvin CB OBE - Operation REFLECT: What the modern British Army learned from the First World War
Tickets are £25, and include morning coffee, a buffet lunch, and afternoon tea.
Tickets are available online:
About the Venue:
The Western Front 100 Seminar will be held at the The University of Suffolk Waterfront Building, 19-21, Neptune Quay, Ipswich, IP4 1QJ. The building is a fifteen-minute walk from Ipswich Railway Station.
Unfortunately, the car park opposite the University of Suffolk is now closed due to the building work taking place for the new Suffolk Records Office - The Hold. There is parking available nearby at the Duke Street Car Park, which is £5.50 for the day. Parking charges are payable by both cash and card. The postcode for the Duke Street Car Park is IP3 0AQ