Military historian Professor Chris Leach of University of the Fraser Valley lectures and leads a discussion about the writing of military history. He introduces the audience to such authors as John Keegan and Robert Graves in discussing the issue of how war is remembered, and touches on topics such as wartme memoirs and the lasting meaning of World War I.
|Title:||Remembrance Day Tea|
|Topic:||War and Memory|
|Interviee(s):||Dr. Chris Leach|
|Date:||October 7, 2001|
|Scope:||1 audio tape; unedited CD|
|Length:||approx. 27 min.|
War and memory, military history, WW I, memoirs of war, books written about the experience of war, John Keegan, Robert Graves