World War 1
The Paris Peace Conference 1919 – The Paris Peace Conference of 1919, held just months after the end of WWI, gathered together the leaders of the world. Their task: to redraw the world map and create a peace that would last forever. While it clearly failed in its second task, 100 years on we still live in a world created at that conference. Rear Vision re-examines the Paris Conference and the Treaty of Versailles.
Steven Isserlis – Steven Isserlis talks about Shostakovich’s manic first cello concerto, the ‘holiday cello’ played in the WW1 trenches.
With Anzac Day approaching, it's time to revisit ABC Radio National's 2014 First World War series. This hour-long episode features my take on the "sideshows" (including the Gallipoli campaign). It was produced by the very clever Gary Bryson. https://t.co/CHa6hU0Deb pic.twitter.com/JEbcULyqgV
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