“DIGGING UP THE TRENCHES” with Andy Robertshaw

Posted September 28, 2015

 

 WW1 Soldiers at the Front Silouette

MILITARY HISTORY EVENT

Clint Lovell and the Eastview Battlefield Tour students

Present

“DIGGING UP THE TRENCHES”

WITH ONE OF BRITAIN’S MOST POPULAR HISTORIANS

ANDY ROBERTSHAW

Andy Robertshaw

Sunday, October 18, 2015

NOON-2:00pm

Army Navy Air Force Club – Barrie Unit 365

ANAF Starlight Room   

7 George Street, Barrie, ON Canada

  

Hear Andy describe locating and excavating WW1 trenches and the process of locating and identifying human remains and artefacts. Andy will be available to take questions and sign copies of his books.
Among Andy’s television documentaries: Digging Up the Trenches, Finding the Fallen, Trench Detectives, Who Do You Thing You Are, Vimy Ridge: Heaven to Hell.
Andy Robertshaw served as Steven Spielberg’s historical advisor on the movie “War Horse” in which Andy also starred. Andy has also served as the Education Director at the National Army Museum (London England) and Curator of the Royal Logistics Corps Museum (Surrey England).
Copies of Clint Lovell’s The Boys from Barrie will also be available. Clint will preview some stories from his upcoming book on local soldiers killed in WW1.
Any proceeds beyond the speaker’s fees will be donated to Eastview Secondary School students on their Canadian Battlefields Tour travelling to Ypres, Vimy, Dieppe and Normandy.
SPECIAL THANKS TO THE ANAF FOR PROVIDING THE ROOM FOR THIS EVENT!
Reserve your tickets NOW online at   https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/digging-up-the-trenches-with-andy-robertshaw-tickets-18726817415?ref=estw  
Contact Clint Lovell 705 - 220 - 6143
Clips of our speaker:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DFU_czqEdHo&list=PL4CDA3D4B8775E75B&sns=em
http://barrie.ctvnews.ca/mobile/barrie-school-holds-special-ceremony-to-honour-soldiers-1.2090318  
http://docslide.us/documents/lovell-clint-boys-from-barrie-world-war-2-fatalities.html      
http://kicx106.com/eastview-students-remember/
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