Peace History Conference
Date: 13th May 2011 to 14th May 2011
Time: 9:30am – 5:15pm
Location: Cinema – Imperial War Museum London
The fifth Peace History Conference organised by Movement for the Abolition of War focuses on the pioneers and prophets of peace history. Details of speakers and topics can be found on the booking form.
Among these, Senior Historian at the Imperial War Museum, Terry Charman, will talk about Beverley Nichols‘ Crying Havoc and 1930s pacifism. Professor Lynda Morris will talk about Picasso. Young actors will perform a new play about three women peacemakers including Aung San Suu Kyi. The film Carry Greenham Home will be shown, accompanied by a display of women’s banners from the Greenham Common peace camp, as 2011 marks the 30th anniversary of the march to Greenham. There will also be an exhibition marking the 75th anniversary of Peace News.
Full details, ticket information and schedule here: http://www.abolishwar.org.uk/
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