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War and Peace: Diplomacy, Espionage and the First World War
This one-day conference will explore the use of diplomacy, propaganda and intelligence throughout the build-up to war, and its influence on the peace negotiations and the construction of the new world order. The conference will appeal to all those interested in intelligence, diplomacy and military studies.
Ticket price is £40, with discount for students and Friends of The National Archives. Book now to guarantee your place!
The Road to War:
The prelude to war (Dr Stephen Twigge, The National Archives)
At home and abroad: propaganda and intelligence (Dr Martin Farr, Newcastle University)
The role of the Empire (Dr Bryan Glass, Texas State University)
Getting global: American involvement (Dr Richard Dunley, The National Archives)
Building Peace/A New World Order:
Lines in the sand: the First World War and its consequences in the Middle East (Dr Juliette Desplat, The National Archives)
Peacetime diplomacy and the New European Order (Professor Alan Sharp, University of Ulster)
Closing remarks: Gill Bennett (former Chief Historian, Foreign and Commonwealth Office)
The National Archives holds the official UK government records of the First World War, including a vast collection of letters, diaries, maps and photographs. We are marking the centenary of the war with First World War 100, an extensive programme spanning a five-year period between 2014 and 2019.
This conference is supported by the Friends of The National Archives.
The National Archives is the UK government's official archive, containing over 1,000 years of history.
We give detailed guidance to government departments and the public sector on information management and advise others about the care of historical archives.
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