21453
England
An Oxford WWI Conference: Remembering The Great War
Immerse yourself in the story of WWI in Oxford, where you’ll gain a deeper understanding of the events of the Great War through conferences, lectures and expert-led speaker discussions.
Rating (5)
Program No. 21453RJ
Length
10 days
Starts at
2,985
Flights start at
800
Getting There
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At a Glance

On July 28, 1914 in Serbia, the first shots of the Great War were fired. Four years later, more than 9 million soldiers had lost their lives, while another 21 million suffered injuries. We invite you to join distinguished scholars and historians in Oxford, England for a historic conference event. Delve into the battles, the strategy, the weapons, the politics and the lasting effects of the war with leading experts at the conference.
Activity Level
Moderate
Walking and standing up to 2 hours on some field trips.

Best of all, you'll ...

  • Gain insight into the events of the First World War with renowned experts, authors, historians and broadcasters during a private conference in Oxford.
  • Enjoy the experience of studying at a major Oxford college.
  • Join speakers for discussions of the major events of 1917.

General Notes

Extend your adventure on program 22648RJ - Extension: WWI Battlefields and Memorials in Belgium and France.
Featured Expert
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Andrew Duff
Lt. Col. Andrew Duff attended prestigious Sandhurst and was commissioned into the Royal Anglian Regiment where he commanded operational tours in Cyprus, N. Ireland and Belize. He has military operations, intelligence, security, exercise planning, training major, training officer and head officer of Arctic warfare training under his belt. With his love of military history and his experience, Lt. Col. Duff makes a battlefield come alive as he exposes the story of war from all angles.
Andrew Duff
Spencer Jones
Stuart Mitchell
Jonathan Krause
James KItchen
Rob Johnson
Peter Chasseaud
Matthias Strohn
Gary Sheffield
Jonathan Boff
Andrew Lambert
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