A Flawed Peace? Closing event
Join us to mark the closing of our exhibition – A Flawed Peace? on The Centenary of the Treaty of Versailles, Friday 28th June from 5:30 – 7:30pm.
Enjoy a reception with time to explore the exhibition and hear talks from museum staff alongside notable WWI historian, Dr Kathryn Hughes, who will be delivering her talk – Peace Day July 1919 and the Parade That Never Happened.
Over the course of the exhibition, we have engaged young people from Impressions Gallery, had events for Remembrance Day and International Women’s Day and we’re looking forward to bringing more people together for a special Closing Event.
A Flawed Peace? explores the post-war peace after the First World War focussing on both heritage of the war and heritage of the peace and features a 1919 copy of the Treaty of Versailles, the peace treaty signed after the war. The 1919 copy of the Treaty of Versailles belonged to Bradford politician Meredith Farrah Titterington and has remained in Bradford throughout its near one-hundred-year history.