Strategic events of 1917 would directly affect the fighting on the Western Front
in 1918. By the autumn of 1918 the Central Powers were losing on all
fronts and were struggling domestically. The Armistice of 11 November 1918
was confirmed by the Treaty of Versailles on 28 June 1919, the conditions of
which would have a direct effect on Europe for the next seventy years.
This is the first of three lectures by Dr. John Greenacre, a lecturer in history
at the University of Suffolk and past-chairman of the Management Committee
of the Lord Kitchcner Memorial Holiday Centre. Tickets £5.00, all proceeds to
the Centre, available from the Centre in advance or on the door if any left.