My twice postponed (once for Lockdown and once for Her Majesty’s funeral) talk at Dartmouth House on the last WWI British prisoners of war in Moscow has now been confirmed for the evening of Tuesday 11th April.
I am delighted to announce that a few of the children and grandchildren of those who served in Siberia, or suffered imprisonment in Moscow are joining the audience for the evening. We will be discussing how the prisoners survived their horrendous ordeal with their pet puppy and why their incarceration became such a hot political issue in 1920. Tickets and more information about the talk are available on the English Speaking Union’s website at: https://www.esu.org/event/churchills-abandoned-prisoners-with-rupert-wieloch/
Two of the British Prisoners of War in Siberia in 1920