Online Event – When the Lights Went Out – Birmingham goes to War
21st April @ 2:00 pm - 3:30 pm
When The Lights Went Out – Birmingham Goes To War
Speaker – Andrew Lound
Looking at Birmingham people during the 39-45 war, focussing on W.T. Avery’s famous Soho Foundry as well as the darkened streets of Birmingham. The Soho Foundry saw many employees volunteer and had many reserved occupations, Andrew has been able to access new information from both German and British archives for this presentation.
Andrew is well known local speaker and commentator and has appeared numerous times on local radio and television.
An Online event using Zoom. Visit this page to find out how we do it.
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Registration closes at 12:00 noon the day prior and is restricted in numbers. If by the time you Register numbers are already up to the limit, your Registration will not be acknowledged until 2:00pm on the day. Only then can it be determined if there will be any “no show” and any vacant places then filled.
Meeting times are prompt, please allow yourself good time. “Doors Open” at 1:30 pm for 2:00 pm start.
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