Nov 21 2018

Andrew Mackinlay, former MP for Thurrock Dr Edward Madigan, Department of History Dr Edward Madigan and Andrew Mackinlay will explore the significance of faith and morality in how we remember the First World War, by exploring first of all, the role of chaplains at the Front and secondly, the story of how a posthumous pardon was finally granted, after 90 years, to the 306 soldiers who were shot at dawn for desertion or cowardice.

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