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Lecture - The Dreaded War Cloud has Burst: the home front in Devon in 1914

 The Dreaded War Cloud has Burst: the home front in Devon in 1914

The Dreaded War Cloud has Burst: the home front in Devon in 1914

From August to December 1914 Devon’s population witnessed the transformation from peacetime to wartime. The residents of Devon were encouraged to participate in the war effort which ranged from recruitment efforts to war charities. Dr Richard Batten, who researched Devon and the First World War at the University of Exeter, explores how Devonians responded to the circumstances of wartime on the Home Front in 1914.

First World War Centenary 2014-18. The First World War changed the way we live. RAMM’s four-year programme of exhibitions, displays, events and activities focuses on the war’s impact on the people and landscape of the Southwest. Developed with regional and national partners, it examines the wider social and cultural changes that have had a lasting effect on our everyday lives. Part of First World War Centenary, the national partnership of commemorative events www.1914.org.

Thursday 25 September 2014

1pm - 2pm

Entry
£8 (£6)

Meeting Room A

Event Type
Talks, lectures, or special events
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