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Universities have a central role to play in commemoration of World War One. Not only are they carrying out cutting-edge research on the story of the war, they are also often sites of memorials to those who died.
The Goldsmiths World War One web pages contain information on how Goldsmiths staff and students are engaging with commemoration of the war.
These pages will also list events related to the centenary of 1914-18 and explore how we are working with local communities as they engaged in stories of the war.
WW1 news from Goldsmiths
- A greatly lamented Goldsmiths’ casualty of Passchendaele- William Thomas Young
- Passchendaele and Ireland’s war
- Remembering the forgotten faces of World War One
- Local school pupils remember First World War with Creative Awards at Goldsmiths
- Tommies spent majority of time away from front-line, new analysis suggests
- Tim Crook writes on William Loring, the first Warden of Goldsmiths, died of wounds received at Gallipoli in 1915
- Ireland's First World War a Century On: What Will Remembrance in 2014-18 Mean?
- Goldsmiths academics advised Imperial War Museum's digital projects