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World War 1

The war to end all wars

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The Paris Peace Conference 1919 – The Paris Peace Conference of 1919, held just months after the end of WWI, gathered together the leaders of the world. Their task: to redraw the world map and create a peace that would last forever. While it clearly failed in its second task, 100 years on we still live in a world created at that conference. Rear Vision re-examines the Paris Conference and the Treaty of Versailles.

Steven Isserlis – Steven Isserlis talks about Shostakovich’s manic first cello concerto, the ‘holiday cello’ played in the WW1 trenches.

https://www.radionz.co.nz/national/programmes/anzacday/audio/2018692296/paris-peace-conference-100-years-on

Movies: 1917
https://www.hollywoodreporter.com/features/making-1917-how-sam-mendes-filmed-a-ticking-clock-thriller-1263469

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