Mapping the Centenary – Project Case Studies (Part Two)

In this second instalment of Case Studies from our 'Mapping the Centenary' portal, two more projects tell us about the work they completed during the 2014-2018 First World War centenary. Both reveal additional information about the scope of their activities, what they learned along the way, and offer some future advice drawn from their experiences.

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Mapping the Centenary – Project Case Studies (Part One)

In this first of a two-part blog, we hear from commemorative projects that have submitted listings for our digital portal, 'Mapping the Centenary'. We invited each contributor to reveal greater detail about the topics of their respective project activities, what they sought to achieve, as well as to share a few ‘best practice’ tips based on their experiences.

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Dunkirk from the German perspective Guest Blog by Katherine Quinlan-Flatter

British Expeditionary Force: Soldiers of the British  Expeditionary Force march to a German POW camp  ”Der Führer” 04/06/1940
British Expeditionary Force: Soldiers of the British Expeditionary Force march to a German POW camp ”Der Führer” 04/06/1940

On the 80th anniversary of the Dunkirk evacuations, SSN Member and researcher Katherine Quinlan-Flatter writes about events from the German perspective, based on her research on German newspapers from the time.

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