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Hutted Histories: War comes home - Air Raids of the Great War with Caroline Drew
Hutted Histories: War comes home - Air Raids of the Great War with Caroline Drew

Wed, 24 Apr

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Great War Huts

Hutted Histories: War comes home - Air Raids of the Great War with Caroline Drew

Caroline Drew looks at aspects of life during the air raids of the Great War and the stories of some of the civilians killed.

Time & Location

24 Apr 2024, 19:30

Great War Huts, Brook Farm Camp, Bell's Ln, Bury St Edmunds, Bury Saint Edmunds IP29 5NW, UK

About the event

War comes home - Air Raids of the Great War

There were over 100 air raids during the Great War starting with the destruction of a cabbage patch in Dover in December 1914. This resulted in over 1,400 deaths on the ground. This talk looks at aspects of life during the raids and the stories of some of civilians killed.

Caroline Drew has had a lifelong interest in history, especially local history, which has ended up in having a second full time job! Caroline learned the art of archival research at the Record Office in Bury St Edmunds as part of her A-level studies. 

Tickets

  • Hutted Histories

    Sale ends: 24 Apr, 19:30
    £5.00

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