9, 23, 30 November 2014: screenings of French TV series ‘Apocalypse’ in National Museum of Ireland, Collins Barracks

Museum-CollinsOn Sunday 9 November the National Museum of Ireland (Decorative Arts and History) Collins Barracks began to show Apocalypse, a five-part French television series set during World War One. Apocalypse uses archival footage to explore both the everyday live of civilians behind the lines and the experience of the war in the trenches in northern France. It also examines the lesser-known fronts of Russia, Serbia, Turkey, Palestine and the Arabian deserts. The series is screened in English, and is presented by the National Museum in partnership with the French Embassy.


Schedule for screenings:


Sunday 9 November, 2.30—4.45pm:

Episode 1: Fury: June—August 1914

Episode 2: Fear: August 1914—May 1915.


Sunday 23 November, 2.30—4.45pm

Episode 3: Hell: September 1915—December 1916

Episode 4: Rage: January—November 1917.


Sunday 30 November, 2.30—3.30pm

Episode 5: Liberation: November 1917—November 1918.


Click here to learn more about the experience of France in the First World War from the International encyclopedia of the First World War.


Click here for further details on the National Museum of Ireland Collins Barracks.

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