We look forward to hearing from Dr Daniel Cowling (National Army Museum) on ‘Discrediting the Good Name of Britain: the British Occupation of Germany, 1945-49, and Perceptions of National Decline’. We are also delighted to welcome Cherish Watton (University of Cambridge), speaking on ‘War Writing with Scissors: Scrapbooking During the Two World Wars’.

The Military History Working Group brings together Cambridge-based scholars working on the history of war and the military to discuss each other’s work and approaches. Convened by Eamonn O’Keeffe, the National Army Museum Junior Research Fellow at Queens’ College, it is ecumenical in terms of chronology, discipline, and scope.

The group encourages papers and participation from students, early career researchers, and faculty members. Members of the public are also welcome; please write to Eamonn O’Keeffe (ewo21@cam.ac.uk) to indicate your interest in attending.

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