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The work of the IWGC, 1917-1939
This talk by Prof Mark Connelly explores the creation of the IWGC in 1917, when it was charged with the task of finding permanent solutions to the commemoration of the Empire's war dead. Driven by the energy and vision of its founder, Fabian Ware, the IWGC worked tirelessly to create fitting forms of commemoration of the known dead, the unknown and the missing. Dealing with such an issue was a gargantuan task demanding imagination, patience and immense skill to win over the doubters and protesters, ensure funding, smooth relations with foreign governments, and then operate across the globe.

Nov 2, 2020 08:00 PM in London

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