Suffolk At War, Lecture One- Suffolk Under Attack
Due to its position on the North Sea coast and proximity to continental Europe Suffolk has always been prone to invasion from Britain’s enemies. In this lecture we will examine the changing character of warfare during the twentieth century as experienced by the civilian population of Suffolk including the threat of invasion, the effect on civilians of bombardment both from the sea and from the air and the risk of nuclear annihilation.
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