After the Abolition of Slavery and Colonialism, War as a Social Institution: The Role of England | University of Oxford Podcasts – Audio and Video Lectures

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A plenary session from the ‘Building Peace’ conference organized by the Oxford Network for Peace Studies and hosted by St John’s College, Oxford on 15 May 2010.

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About Pat Lockley

I helped to develop this site’s structure and elements of the theme.
I worked to develop a series of visualisations and open data resources for this site and to help approach World War One from new perspectives
More examples of my work exist on my website www.pgogy.com

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