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September 2014

Researching ‘For Liberty Against Tyranny’

I joined the exhibition team at The Angus as I wanted the chance to tell people about World War 1. Going through the material I researched you soon realise the global impact the war had. It certainly wasn’t just about the trenches. Civilians across the world were affected as well. Price rises, food shortages, mail… Read more »

For Liberty Against Tyranny: Free WW1 Exhibition and Talks

Booking now open! 10th – 15th November, Regent’s Park College, Oxford An exhibition looking at the events of the First World War and how these affected the thoughts and actions of non-conformists. Featured will be never before seen items such as correspondence from Prime Minister David Lloyd George, emergency passports issued at the outbreak of… Read more »

History Twilight Session: Wednesday 8th October

History teachers – would you like a unique opportunity to handle and work with original documents, images and artefacts at an Oxford college? A chance to use collections to help to create accessible, imaginative and stimulating resources to use with your Key Stage 3 and 4 pupils? If so, The Angus Library and Archive, Regent’s Park… Read more »

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7th October 2015

Escaping to 1896 India…

It’s been a very busy few days here at Regent’s Park College.  All our new students have arrived and there is a much busier,...
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