19 May 2016: Lecture on ‘Recording Ireland’s First World War landscapes’, National Museum of Ireland, Kildare St, Dublin 2

Lecture Series 2016 - Poster copyOn Thursday 19 May 2016 Ms. Heather Montgomery (QUB) gave a lecture entitled ‘Recording Ireland’s First World War landscapes’, as part of the ongoing ‘Archaeology of a decade of war’ series, hosted as part of the National Museum of Ireland’s 1916 public engagement programme. This lecture will describe archaeological investigations into the training of Kitchener’s New Army in Ireland, 1914-1918. This research brings together historic evidence relating to the British military training, and the archaeological analysis of advances in twentieth century warfare, and social and cultural elements of the period.

The lecture took place from 1pm-1.45pm in the Ceramics Room, National Museum of Ireland-Archaeology, Kildare Street, Dublin 2.

Learn more about Ireland’s forgotten World War One Heritage.

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