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Dogs at War

Friday 27th April 2018 2 sessions: 10am-12pm and 1-3pm at British Legion GM and Lancs in Manchester Victoria Buildings 1-7 Princess Street, Manchester, M2 4DF

Join the Royal British Legion GM and Lancs in Manchester on the 27th April for a fascinating insight into the work done by the War Dogs of World War 1.

Dogs play a key role in current operations and security services today, but during the First World War their important contribution in conflict really came to the fore.

Learn about the different roles that the dogs played and how they were trained and introduced to the front lines.

Our guest presenter is Emma White, author of “A History of Britain in 100 Dogs” and expert in the role of dogs during the war.

Tickets are only £8 (plus a small booking fee). The price of the ticket will be donated to the Royal British Legion’s Poppy Appeal to support veterans, service men and women and their families.

The talk is running twice on the 27th so no-one misses out: 10am-12noon and 1-3pm. The talk will be an hour and a half then there will be a Q&A period.

To book tickets for the 10am-12noon session please use this link >>

To book tickets for the 1-3pm session please use this link >>