Remembrance Day exhibition at the Peace Museum
Sunday 11th November 12-2pm
Come and view our new exhibition A Flawed Peace? to mark 100 years since the end of the First World War. We will have poppy making sessions available as well as refreshments.
An exhibition exploring post-war peace marking the First World War Centenary.
The exhibition focusses on both heritage of the war and heritage of the peace and features a 1919 copy of the Treaty of Versailles, the peace treaty signed after the war. The 1919 copy of the Treaty of Versailles belonged to Bradford politician Meredith Farrah Titterington and has remained in Bradford throughout its near one-hundred-year history.
A Flawed Peace? explores the question of whether the post-war peace after the First World War was flawed and will explore the kind of peace that was agreed. It will look at perspectives from different nations, peace groups, and individuals.
A Flawed Peace? is supported by a National Lottery grant awarded through the Heritage Lottery Fund’s First World War then and now programme and made possible by National Lottery players.
Entrance to the museum is free, donations are welcome.
Please note access to the museum is up 60 steps and we regret we do not have a lift. We have an accessible street-level POP gallery on 60 Kirkgate with temporary exhibitions.
More details about the Peace Museum can be found on their website:-