George V was largely an unknown entity to both his ministers and his people at the outbreak of war in 1914. By the end of the decade he had become the most visible and accessible Sovereign in British history.
Join us at the RAU Lecture Theatre for a talk by Alexandra Churchill, author of ‘George V and The Great War’. Tickets are £25 per person and includes a fork supper & wine.
For tickets contact Susanne Hollis on 01980 672337
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