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1917 at Verdun: The French hit back | Christina Holstein

This talk by Christina Holstein was delivered 'live' to an online audience. In this presentation Christina looks at a French attack at Verdun not in 1916, but another - lesser known - attack the following year.

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This talk by Dr Spencer Jones was delivered 'live' to an online audience. In this presentation Spencer looks at the tactics of the British Army between the end of the Boer War and the start of the Great War

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