Date(s) - 19/01/2018
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
Time and Tide Museum
The East Coast War Channels were the defended routes used by shipping on the east coast of England and Scotland during the First and Second World War.
Although they played a critical role in coastwise shipping and were a theatre of deadly combat in both wars, the War Channels have received very little attention until recently.
A talk by Dr Antony Firth
Talk only – £3.00 (£1.95 Norfolk Museums Pass holder)
Places for talks must be booked in advance – tel (01493) 743930