The event begins with registration at 9am, with various panels throughout the day. The first session includes talks on Humanitarianism, Recruitment & Education, and Martial Culture; the second session features talks on Memory & Commemoration, Constructing Identities and Espionage; the third session has talks on Law In and Out of War, War Experience and Prisoners of War; before concluding with the fourth and final session, with talks on Aftermath of War, Economic Warfare and Women at War. Please see the conference programme below for full details.
This event is supported by the Society for the History of War, the History Faculty, All Souls College and TORCH.
Please see below for the event programme (PDF):