Secret WW2 Learning Network

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The Secret WW2 Learning Network is an educational charity established in 2014 with the aim of creating greater public awareness of the contributions and experiences of the men and women who took part during the Second World War in Allied special operations, intelligence gathering and resistance – particularly in Britain and France.

The ultimate aim of The Secret WW2 Learning Network is to ensure that the wartime contributions and sacrifices of the ‘secret warriors’ will become their lasting legacy in both countries by continuing to engage, inform and inspire people of all ages.

The Secret WW2 Learning Network are presenting a unique commemorative week of events during November, details of which you can see below:

*Tuesday 15th - The Old Courtroom 
  Secret WW2: Myths, facts & fiction
  14.30 – 18.00  Details can be found here 

*Tuesday 15th - The Old Courtroom 
  Stalin’s Englishman 
  19.00  Details can be found here

*Friday 11th November - The Keep, Falmer
  Who do we think they were?
   13.30 – 17.00 Details can be found here.
Brighton’s secret agents: the research that led to the four blue plaques,plus a book and so much more. Entry is FREE but there are only a limited number of places available and so booking in advance is essential.


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  • A splendid initiative!

    By Douglas d'Enno (07/11/2016)

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