George Campbell Gosling

University of Wolverhampton
Until 2018 I will be a Research Fellow at the University of Warwick, working on the economic life of medicine and charity in modern British history. I have previously held posts at King's College London, Warwick, Oxford Brookes, City University London and the University of Liverpool, where my teaching was focused on the impact of the First World War on British society and culture. I blog at and tweet @gcgosling

Lloyd George’s Ministry Men

On 24 November 1918, Prime Minister David Lloyd George gave a speech in Wolverhampton. The Armistice two weeks earlier meant he was ‘the man who won the war’. Yet still, he told them: ‘the work is not over yet – … Continue reading

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Shot at Dawn

It is now 2014 and over the course of the year we will be hearing a lot about the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War. One of my favourite lectures in my ‘British Society and the First … Continue reading

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