Suffolk At War, Lecture Eight- Memory and Memorialisation of War in Suffolk
Memorialisation is an important factor in coping with the traumas caused by war and the memorials of the First World War in particular have made a broad impact on the architecture, landscape and culture of Suffolk. In this lecture we will look at the pattern of memorialisation in Suffolk and assess whether it has a unique character or reflects wider national themes. We will also examine how memory and memorialisation of conflict are viewed and promoted in the county today.Welcome tea and coffee will be provided for all in-person ticket holders.
Please note that this event will be live streamed and recorded. Live stream ticket holders will have the opportunity to ask questions in advance.
Event images generously provided by the Friends of Suffolk Archives
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