The Norfolk Tank Museum will be hosting a series of talks this summer from some well-known, and also not so well-known historians and experts. Throughout June and July we will have a series of talks on Wednesday evenings, 7-9pm, on various topics from WWI tanks, through IEDs to how to build a WWI tank!

Wednesday 12th June 2019
Craig Moore – ‘WW1 Tank development and problem solving’
Times: 5pm & 7.30pm.

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Wednesday 19th June 2019
Neil Storey – ‘WWII Norfolk on the Homefront and at War’
Times: 7.00pm

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Wednesday 26th June 2019
Richard Ashley – ‘IEDs, Improvised Explosive Devices’

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Wednesday 3rd July 2019
Richard Knight – ‘How the uniform evolved from the Red tunic, to the Khaki uniform and equipment’

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Wednesday 10th July 2019
Guy Hill – ‘Shrinking Service Rifles 1890-1990’.

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Wednesday 17th July 2109
Stephen MacHaye – ‘How to Build a Replica WWI Tank’.