Tagged with World War I
BLOG POST - 6 November 2019: With Berlin Wall 30 and Remembrance Sunday taking place this weekend, find out how we became part of a new Subject Specialist Network about war and conflict established by Imperial War Museums.
Robert Borlase Smart was born in Kingsbridge, Devon in 1881. During his early life he attended Plymouth School of Art and Plymouth College of Art. From 1900-01 he attended the Royal College of Art, training as a teacher. From 1903-1913 he lived in Plymouth and worked as an art critic for the Western Morning News. […]
The Victoria Cross was introduced on 29 January 1856 by Queen Victoria to honour acts of valour during the Crimean War. Today it’s the highest military decoration awarded to members of the armed forces of the United Kingdom, Commonwealth and former territories of the British Empire for courage ‘in the face of the enemy’. During […]