The Aftermath Part I: Ep. #100

From the World War One Centennial Commission.


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The Aftermath Part I

Episode #100

Commonwealth headstones instead of crosses

In the Commonwealth, they chose to use headstones instead of crosses for their fallen with the soldier’s nationality and religion carved in.

Highlights: The Run-up to the Armistice

Host: Theo Mayer

Part I of a special 2-part series examining the immediate aftermath of the Armistice signing.

  • Preview of coming attractions – Host | @00:25
  • The immediate aftermath – Mike Shuster  | @04:15
  • Commonwealth War Graves Commission – Dr. Glyn Prysor and Peter Francis | @07:50
  • War, wounds, pain and fear – Professor Joanna Burke | @18:00
  • Coming Home – Jonathan Casey | @26:40
  • Hello Girls the Musical – Cara Reichel and Peter Mills | @33:00
  • Peter Jackson’s “They Shall Not Grow Old” – Brent Burge | @42:10

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Part II of a special 2-part series examining the immediate aftermath of the Armistice signing.

  • American Battle Monuments Commission
  • Historian Sir Hugh Strachan
  • Gold Star Mothers
  • and more….
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