Channel Firing (Dover Museum/DMAG) at SOUNDBOX (Royal Academy of Music) 14th October (Recording and visual materials)

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Talk-part one

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Talk part two

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Peter Sheppard Skaerved-speaker, violin

Roderick Chadwick-Piano

Enrique Granados (who died in the torpedoed SS Sussex) working on piano rolls in New York (1915) and Fritz Kreisler and his Wife, Marie, in Uniform at the beginning of the war

Enrique Granados (who died in the torpedoed SS Sussex) working on piano rolls in New York (1915) and Fritz Kreisler and his Wife, Marie, in Uniform at the beginning of the war

 

Yew trees in a churhyard west of Farnham. Juniper Wood. July 2014

Yew trees in a churhyard west of Farnham. Juniper Wood. July 2014

Skyscape, leaving Dover by ship, August 2014

Skyscape, leaving Dover by ship, August 2014

Anti Malaria treatment in Kent, 1914. and a dike south of Reculver, August 2014

Anti Malaria treatment in Kent, 1914. and a dike south of Reculver, August 2014

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Alien landscape near Margate

Alien landscape near Margate

Gotha Damage Cleopatras Needle, and the needle passes Dover on the way to London, 1877

Gotha Damage Cleopatras Needle, and the needle passes Dover on the way to London, 1877

My version of an zeppelin photo of Dover Castle, and mud near Guildford, October 2014

My version of an zeppelin photo of Dover Castle, and mud near Guildford, October 2014

Chestnuts from the Autumn 2014, and a German  Propaganda poster 'Collect Acorns and Chestnuts'. By the end of the war, Germans were starving, the result of the British Blocakde

Chestnuts from the Autumn 2014, and a German Propaganda poster ‘Collect Acorns and Chestnuts’. By the end of the war, Germans were starving, the result of the British Blocakde

Orchid on the North Downs Way (East of Merstham). Hospital Ship Stairs (today on the HGS Wellington

Orchid on the North Downs Way (East of Merstham). Hospital Ship Stairs (today on the HGS Wellington

Responding to Nevinson, and stormy sky at Rostok, August 2014

Responding to Nevinson, and stormy sky at Rostok, August 2014