Sun, Oct 24 | Denison Barracks

Joint ABF/DSA Event

Colonel Nicolas John Lipscombe FRHistS - The English Civil War - An Atlas and Concise History of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms 1639-51
Registration is Closed
Joint ABF/DSA Event

Time & Location

Oct 24, 10:00 AM – 3:40 PM
Denison Barracks, Hermitage, Thatcham RG18 9TP, UK

About the Event

A Presentation by Colonel Nicolas John Lipscombe FRHistS - The English Civil War - An Atlas and Concise History of the Wars of the Three Kingdoms 1639-51

Booking Form

This will be followed by lunch in the Officers’ Mess at Hermitage on Sunday 24th October 2021

Programme

1015-1050 Coffee in Officers’ Mess

1100-1200 Presentation

1200-1245 Drinks in the Officers’ Mess

1245-1430 Lunch

By 1500 Guests depart

Nicolas Lipscombe MSc FRHistS served for 34 years in the British Army, serving in the Royal Artillery and seeing considerable operational duty with the British and American armies. He is an accomplished historian, author and lecturer. He was made a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society in 2016. He has concentrated on the Napoleonic Wars, and the Peninsular War in particular, but he is now working on projects associated with the English Civil War. He is a tutor at the University of Oxford, Department of Continuing Education and an active member of numerous historical societies.

His works include the Daily Telegraph award-winning Peninsular War Atlas and Concise History, Wellington’s Guns, Wellington Invades France, the official Waterloo 200 Bicentenary compendium and, most recently, Wellington’s Eastern Front. His latest project is Atlas and Concise History of the Wars of the English Civil Wars. Like the Peninsular War Atlas, it is a very large project and is being conducted in conjunction with the Battlefields Trust, the Scottish Battlefields Trust and the National Civil War Centre.

£40 ticket includes tea/coffee on arrival, the presentation, pre-lunch drinks & a two course lunch with wine.

£10 ticket includes tea/coffee on arrival and the presentation.

Please Note: Unfortunately the Lecture Theatre is not suitable for access by wheelchairs.

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