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Friday, 15 February 2013

ESAH Forum: Historical Association - Essex branch. Programme changes

Members of the Essex Society for Archaeology and History may be interested to know that there have been a couple of programme changes to the Historical Association's programme since publication of the Winter 2012 Newsletter.

Details are as follows:


Historical Association, Essex Branch

Programme  2012-2013


 


Talks on Saturdays, 2.30pm, The Link, Trinity Methodist Church, Rainsford Road, Chelmsford, CM1 2XB.
Free parking at the Church or in the County Council car-park opposite.
Visitors and prospective members warmly welcomed - a £2 donation requested.

Note changes for April and May from original programme

2013  9 March           Paula Kitching, freelance historian and educational consultant for the London Jewish Cultural Centre and the Royal British Legion:
Nazism and the Race War

13 April           Professor Jackie Eales, president of the Historical Association, professor of Early Modern History, Canterbury Christ Church University:
‘The Campden Wonder of 1662: the Murder and Miraculous
Deliverance of William Harrison’

11 May            Dr. Paul Rusiecki, historian of 20th-century Essex:
                        'Tree after tree, we fell them one by one’ : The Inter-war Struggle to Preserve the Essex Countryside

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