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Mr. Terry Charman

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Senior Historian

Phone: +44 *** *** ****  HQ Phone
Email: t***@***.uk
Local Address: London, United Kingdom
Imperial War Museum
Trafford Wharf Road
Trafford Park , Manchester M17 1TZ
United Kingdom

Company Description: The Imperial War Museum is the museum of everyone,s story: the history of modern war and people,s experience of war and wartime life in Britain and the...   more

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METHWOLD SPORTS SPECIAL, 3 Feb 2014 [cached]
Britain was struggling in 1948, rationing would be in place for another six years."Things were pretty grim,"" says Terry Charman, senior historian at the Imperial War Museum . "Although the war had finished in 1945, Britain was still a very impoverished country in 1948.
KryssTal: The Acts of the Democracies (Search Results), 8 April 2003 [cached]
Terry Charman, museum historian at London's Imperial War Museum, describes the images: "This is on par with the images of the Holocaust and of the Nazis taunting their prisoners, shaving the heads of orthodox Jews, which they did a lot of when they took over Poland.
It's a war in which there ... [cached]
It's a war in which there was total mobilization of each of the major belligerents," says ImperialWar Museum historian Terry Charman. "Everybody was brought in to conduct it, and dogs were part of that."
Through January 6, the Imperial War Museum North is featuring an exhibition, "The Animal's War," recognizing the contributions of military beasts-from message-carrying pigeons to elephants who hauled heavy equipment.
Dogs, Charman says, were used extensively during World War I. They were on the front lines, dashing across No Man's Land, carrying messages or searching for the wounded. They hauled machine guns, light artillery, and carts loaded with ammunition, food, medicine, and sometimes wounded soldiers. Small dogs trotted among the trenches, delivering cigarettes and comfort.
"We have lots of photographs in our collection of soldiers and sailors with their pets," says Charman.
Historical, tactical, strategic and ..., 28 Dec 2013 [cached]
Historical, tactical, strategic and personal commentary by Terry Charman, Senior Historian at the Imperial War Museum.
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Movement for the Abolition of War, 9 Sept 2013 [cached]
In the words of the Museum's historian Terry Charman, it is a 'Museum of Man's Greatest Lunatic Folly'(1)
1) A Museum of Man's Greatest Lunatic Folly: The Imperial War Museum and its Commemoration of the Great War by Terry Charman, IWM, 2008
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