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Behind barbed wire: the experience of POW internment during WWI and WWII

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Running between 30 Oct and 1 Nov at Madingley Hall, this University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education course will be made up of case studies and speakers providing answers to questions such as: how did POWs survive and why are some stories either not spoken, not listened to or have remained unknown. The course will also focus on all aspects of internment life – from escape tunnels, bedbugs and Klim tins to handicrafts and the experience of female internees.

The cost is £350 (to include accommodation) or £216 without. To book call 01223 746262.

This talk is part of the Institute of Continuing Education series.

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