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Captured and Alive: War satire, time and space

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  • UserJane Chapman (Lincoln University; College Research Associate, Wolfson College)
  • ClockTuesday 16 May 2017, 17:45-19:15
  • HouseGatsby Room, Wolfson College.

If you have a question about this talk, please contact Dr Rachel E. Holmes.

What attitudes emerged during the First World War on the issue of soldier reactions to new locations and to use of time? The rediscovery of visual caricatures created by the lower ranks – both locally in the East of England by captive German soldiers and internationally by British, Australians and Canadians at the fronts – provides a surprising insight into contemporary concerns, with evidence of shared outlooks.

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