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WW1: King's experts on the conflict that changed history


King's College London will play an important part in centenary commemorations throughout the next four years. Here experts from across the College offer their unique insights into a conflict that defined a generation and changed the course of history. They examine why war broke out and discuss whether a 'bad peace' led to the beginning of World War Two; how the conflict and its psychological impact transformed the treatment of mental illness; the role King's played - from the staff and students who fought to trench cookery lessons; and why it's important to mark the centenary through continued analysis of the causes and consequences of The Great War. Professor Bill Philpott Department of War Studies Dr Nick Lloyd and Dr Helen McCartney Defence Studies Department Professor Vernon Bogdanor and Professor Richard Roberts Institute of Contemporary British History (ICBH) Professor Sir Simon Wessely and Professor Edgar Jones Institute of Psychiatry (IoP) Dr Christine Kenyon-Jones, Professor Max Saunders and Dr Santanu Das Department of English Dr Michael Carter-Sinclair Department of History Notes to editors King's academics are available for media interview on World War One. Please contact Anna Mitchell, PR Manager (Arts & Sciences), on 0207 848 3092 or email: anna.i.mitchell@kcl.ac.uk.


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