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We provide services and programs which aim to build capacity within the history sector and showcase the importance of history.
A Social History of the Impact of the Great War in NSW
Saturday, 10 November, 2018 (1.00-2.30pm)
Lionel Bowen Library, 669-673 Anzac Parade, Maroubra
Commemorating 100 years since the armistice ending World War One, join historian and author Dr Naomi Parry as she explores the social impact of the war to end all wars.
Dr Parry explores the effects of the war on both returned soldiers and the wider population of New South Wales. How was the population of Randwick involved? Her insights and analysis are drawn from her recent book, New South Wales and the
This is a joint talk held by the Randwick and District Historical Society and Randwick City Library.
Further information available on the Randwick City Library site.
We connect emerging and established history professionals with community and local government organisations across NSW.
Speaker Connect provides speakers with paid professional speaking opportunities and hosts with high quality speakers and publicity support.
Whether an exciting and thought provoking talk on Australian history, or a professional development workshop, our program is a great chance to develop professional skills and raise the profile of history.