TALKS & LECTURES

19 February 2020 - "Guests of the Sultan: Gallipoli POWs"

During the Dardanelles campaign the Turks took very few prisoners. With stories of beatings, abuses, torture and executions, no one wanted to fall into the hands of the enemy. But, what was the truth? 

Venue: University of Hertfordshire, Hatfield (Hosted by Herts at War)

Time: Doors open 7.00 pm for 7:30 pm start.

Cost: Its FREE but booking required

Link for more information: http://www.hertsatwar.co.uk/events/ 

 

14 March 2020 - "The Lancashire Fusiliers: Minden men at Gallipoli"

Venue: Eccles Town Hall, Salford near Manchester.

Time: Four speakers, 10.00 am – 4.00 pm

Cost: £10.00

Link for more information: https://www.gallipoli-association.org/education/northern-study-day-mar-2020/

and https://mailchi.mp/09a3d04f9d4d/gallipoli-association-agm-3408757?e=e6833899e8

 

21 March 2020 - "Guests of the Sultan: Gallipoli POWs"

During the Dardanelles campaign the Turks took very few prisoners. With stories of beatings, abuses, torture and executions, no one wanted to fall into the hands of the enemy. But, what was the truth? 

Venue: Tally Ho, Birmingham (Hosted by Great War Forum)

Time: Five speakers, starting at 10.30 am, finishing at 5.30 pm

Cost: £32, covering the conference, lunch and tea and coffee

Link for more information: https://www.greatwarforum.org/topic/276901-great-war-forum-conference-2020/

 

 

27 April 2020 - "Beneath Aegean Skies: A Gallipoli Tragedy"

When in future years the story of Helles and Anzac and Suvla is weighed, it will, I think, appear that had the necessary air service been built up from the beginning and sustained, the Army and the Navy could have forced the Straits and taken Constantinople - Air Vice Marshal Frederick Sykes, Chief of Air Staff, RAF, 1922

Venue: RAF Club Literary Lunch (The Royal Air Force Club, London)

Link for more information: www.rafclub.org.uk

 

14 August 2020 - "Guests of the Sultan: Gallipoli POWs"

During the Dardanelles campaign the Turks took very few prisoners. With stories of beatings, abuse, torture and executions, no one wanted to fall into the hands of the enemy. But, what was the truth? 

Venue: Lewes Town Hall, East Sussex (Hosted by Western Front Association)

Time: Starting at 7.15 pm, finishing at 10.00 pm

Cost: £3.00 which includes refreshments

Link for more information: https://www.westernfrontassociation.com/branches/united-kingdom/sussex/