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Ukraine
Ukraine
with William Tyler
To say that Ukraine has had a turbulent past is to describe its history mildly. In the 19th and 20th centuries alone it experienced the harshness and brutality of Tsarist and Soviet rule to say nothing of that of Nazi Germany. Virulent anti-Semitism and the suppression of its Tartar population have characterised Ukraine. Today the situation looks just as bleak.
We shall seek to understand the present by reference to the past.... read more

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type Thursday 2 October 2014, 10.30am - 3.30pm
£30 pre booked (£35 on the day)
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An Artist’s Interpretation On How Jews Have Kept Their Identity In An English Society
with Beverley-Jane Stewart
Beverley-Jane Stewart’s unique style of painting looks at Jewish heritage brought up to-date with multiculturalism within today's society. She sees herself as a visual writer expressing facts with emotions shown in bold colours and strong lines interwoven with her personalised figurative style.... read more
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Wednesday 1 October 2014, 2pm
£10 pre booked (£12 on the day)

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Meet The Historian
Andrew Roberts:
Napoleon
Part of The Dictator Series
Although Napoleon is generally thought of as a friend to the Jews, and he did indeed liberate them in many of the States he conquered, privately he held much the same anti-Semitic views as one might expect from an upper-middle class French army officer in the late 18th/ early 19th century.... read more
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Monday 6 October 2014, 8pm
£12 pre booked (£15 on the day)

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French Art & Music From 1715-1815
with Patrick Bade
Patrick will explore French painting in the century between the death of Louis XIV in 1715 and the final defeat of Napoleon in 1815. Momentous political changes from the Ancien Regime to the age of revolutions and Napoleonic wars are reflected in changing styles. We conclude with the bombastic propaganda of Baron Gros and the early works of Ingres and Géricault.... read more
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Wednesday 1 October 2014, 10am - 3pm
£30 pre booked (£35 on the day)

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Guided Walk: WW1: Zeppelin!!
with Mark King
Bombing raids on London in fact began during the First World War, ushering in a new, terrifying chapter in military strategy. This walk led by London Blue Badge guide Mark King, follows the swathe of destruction caused by Zeppelin L13 on the night of 8 September 1915, the first air raid on the City of London to claim lives and cause extensive damage.... read more
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Tuesday 30 September 2014, 10.30am
£15 (pre-bookings only)

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