Mark Riley Cardwell reports on the Leicester Exchanges live debate, which took place at Sixty One Whitehall, London, on Wednesday 19 November 2014. The topic under discussion was the forgotten legacies of the First World War. Our understanding of the First World War is often limited to “stereotypes” about the Western Front and ignores the […]
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