The early twentieth century: Conflict and change

Date: Sat. 18 Oct, 2014 10:00 am
Duration: 6 Hours 30 Minutes
lThe early twentieth century: Conflict and changel

a a one-day conference for family and local historiansa

Saturday, 18th October 2014

at Theale Green School, Church Street, Theale, Berkshire RG7 5DA

organised by Berkshire Family History Society, with support from Berkshire Record Office and findmypast


Nick Barratt heads your team of around a dozen leading speakers from academia and the world of professional genealogy.

Ranging over the years 1900 to 1939, their themes include military history, education, suffrage, healthcare, migration, domestic servants, photography/costume, adoption and twentieth century research and resources.

These talks bring UK social, economic and community history together with key genealogical sources and materials to help you to place the lives of your ancestors in the context of the changing times in which they lived. Features of the conference include:

  • the programme that gives you a choice of sessions that you can attend, according to your main areas of interest
  • talks on key topics in the main hall (seating up to 200)
  • parallel talks and discussion workshops in smaller groups (around 30)
  • expert advice desks—giving you access to photographic/costume dating, military research and memorabilia, and session-linked help and advice with your family history research
  • associated displays on conference themes and topics
  • bookstall

Lunch is included in your registration fee and there is free parking.

 

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lBooking is now openl

 You will be asked to indicate your session preferences and priority will be given in accordance with the date when your booking is received.

There is an associated visits programme too. Visits take place during the year from February onwards. These must be pre-booked and are open to both members and non-members.

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page last updated 5th March 2014

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