2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the start of World War I. Come to Level 4 to see the display which has been mounted to commemorate this historic event – it features books, posters, newspapers cuttings, poppies and aeroplanes. This display coincides with the History 201 course, but will be repeated in August which is the month in 1914 when war was declared.
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