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Legacies of War at the University of Leeds is a First World War Centenary project for 2014-2018. The project will work with people and organisations in Leeds, the UK and internationally to explore the legacy of the First World War. For more information, see the About Us page, or email Alison Fell at firstname.lastname@example.org
- As part of the University’s Legacies of War First World War centenary project, the Centre for World Cinemas has partnered with the Hyde Park Picture House for a project called WWI Through the Lens.
- Details of next years First World War Conference at Weetwood Hall, Leeds have been announced. Entitled 'A Widening War: Problems without answers' it will run from 2nd-7th August 2015 and follows on from the very successful 2014 “First World War in Retrospect Conference” organised by Dr Peter Liddle and Colonel Roberts.
5th February, 5.00pm — 7.00pm: Britons in Berlin: the Internment of British Civilians in Germany during the Great WarFor the first in this semester's events from the Legacies of War team, we are delighted to be joined by Dr Peter Liddle (University of Leeds). Dr Liddle will give a paper entitled: 'Britons in Berlin: the Internment of British Civilians in Germany during the Great War'.
- Tom Steele will explore modernist art, literature and culture during the war years with reference to Leeds Arts Club, the literary magazine 'The New Age' (which Arts Club co-founder Alfred Orage was editing at this time in London), Michael Sadler, and the letters between Herbert Read and Jacob Kramer.