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War of the Worlds: Transnational Fears of Invasion and Conflict, 1870-1933 (Lancaster University)
September 8, 2017
One-day international workshop organised by the Invasion Network at Lancaster University, 8th September 2017.
Key-note speaker: Professor Emeritus David Glover
Confirmed speakers include: Michael Hughes, Michael Matin and Antony Taylor
Hosted by the Department of History, Lancaster University and supported by the Irish Research Council, ‘War of the Worlds: Transnational Fears of Invasion and Conflict 1870-1933’ seeks to consider the fear of invasion as a global phenomenon in the period between the Franco-Prussian War (1870-1) and the rise of the German Third Reich, including any region in which the fear became a notable social phenomenon and/or how fears of invasion and future conflict expressed in different nations and regions informed each other.