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David Tattersfield

Hi Steve (and all)

 

The experimental live stream of a WFA branch talk was very successful yesterday. This was really just a 'proof of concept', and a lot was able to be learned from this.

 

Due to the nature of the presentation it was probably not the best lecture we could have used as a trial (absolutely no fault of the speaker, who was superb). What I have done is "unpublished" the live stream from the WFA's youtube channel so the link in post #123 above will now not work. However, we have a recorded version of the talk by Luci Gosling 'in the can' and this will be edited and the slides she showed of the artist's work will be 'spliced' into the talk in the usual manner. This will be published on youtube in the future. 

 

I hope everyone who tuned into the live stream enjoyed the talk and as I say, this was a very useful 'trial'. 

 

David

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The Ibis

The Aisne-Marne Counteroffensive, 1918: The Turning Point of World War 1 by Dr. Richard Faulkner

 

 

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David Tattersfield

A brand new lecture, which involved lots of editing (there were lots of images used to illustate the presentation) has just been published today.

In this presentation, Andy Prada takes a close look at an often neglected aspect of the First World War in one of the often overlooked sectors of the front line. Just how much 'engineering' was needed in the First World War? As Andy explains, the answer is vast amounts. And beneath the fields, much of this is still intact.

 

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seaJane

Repeated from another thread:

https://www.historygoeson.com/

 

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David Tattersfield

Alan Wakefield of the IWM gave a brilliant talk in late 2019 to the Yorkshire branch of the WFA which was recorded. This is now available and has been enhanced with lots of extra images. I hope this helps those suffering during the lockdown period.

As ever, this is on the WFA's YouTube channel which continues to grow rapidly with lots of subscribers coming along

 

 

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David Tattersfield

Admittedly 24 hours later than I wanted, the new WFA YouTube video entitled Dardanelles to Victory has been published on the WFA's YouTube channel. In this presentation the excellent Clive Harris asks 'What became of the Gallipoli men?'

 

The WFA's YouTube channel is going from strength to strength and has had nearly 200 new subscribers in the last 28 days. Please do click 'subscribe' to be notified of future videos as they are published. 

 

 

 

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