'Using Film to Examine Heritage, Identity and Global Citizenship: supporting the work of the Bautzen Memorial to Engage New Audiences'
Blog co-authored by LCS students David Booth, Ryan Bury, Emily Darroch, Mhairi Montgomery and Toni-Marie Simcott-Omar reveals fascinating insights into the lives of German POWs held in Skipton in 1918
Find out more about the University and the courses we offer at one of our open days on 19th, 20th and 26th June 2015 Starts at 1:00 am.
History of the German Women's movement; gender relations in German history; the response of the women's movement to the First World War; the role of women activists in cultural demobilisation
Annita graduated with a Joint Honours degree in French and German. As a joint honours student she spent time in both France and German. Read her story to find out more.