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Open Doors Museum

Open Doors Seminars cover a range of topics related to empire.

Open Doors Seminars cover a range of topics linked to empire. primarily designed for undergraduates and post-graduates, it's also open to anyone keen to access the kind of lecture normally restricted to top university lecture halls. Presented in association with The Ferguson Research Centre at the Open University. The theme for this years seminars: Violences Remembered: Colonial and postcolonial conflicts in the twentieth century. In this lecture, Martin Thomas from the University of Exeter looks at French decolonisation, 1944 - 54


Martin Thomas | talks


Date and Time:

11 May 2005 at 4:00 pm


1 hour 30 minutes



British Empire and Commonwealth Museum
Clock Tower Yard
Temple Meads
+44 11 79 25 49 80

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Includes free entry to the British Empire & Commonwealth Museum

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