How We Remember: Recalling and retelling the First World War

How We Remember: Recalling and retelling the First World War

Saturday 30 August 2014, 3:30pm—4:30pm

The First World War has always loomed large in the memories and imaginations of New Zealanders, and its impact has been sharpened in this centenary year of its outbreak. Harry Ricketts is joined by Paul Diamond and Anna Rogers, both contributing writers to 'How We Remember: New Zealanders and the First World War.'

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WORD Christchurch Writers & Readers Festival 2014
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HOW WE REMEMBER: RECALLING AND RETELLING THE FIRST WORLD WAR

The First World War has always loomed large in the memories and imaginations of New Zealanders, and its impact has been sharpened in this centenary year of its outbreak. Harry Ricketts has co-edited 'How We Remember: New Zealanders and the First World War', a collection of essays in response to the Great War, told from new and sometimes personal angles. He is joined by two of the contributing writers: Paul Diamond, who considers a scandalous wartime trial and Anna Rogers, who pays tribute to the nurses who served overseas.

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