The CMHM is pleased to present an evening with Andrew Robertshaw acclaimed military historian and author of numerous historical war books. A former teacher, he is now the curator of the Royal Logistics Corps Museum in Deepcut, Surrey, England. Since 2000, he has been featured in a number of radio and television broadcasts and was a military advisor on the 2011 Steven Spielberg film “War Horse”. He has written several books including “Ghosts of the Somme, “24hr Trench” and “The Somme: 1 July 1916“. He has spearheaded numerous archaeological investigations along the Western Front and brings a great deal of understanding and knowledge to his speaking engagements. Come and listen to him speak at the museum on the last 100 days of WWI. It is for one night only so do not miss this exciting opportunity. A book signing will take place following the lecture.
Date: Saturday, October 20, 2018 Admission: Donation at the Door Time: 7 PM to 10 PM Seating is Limited. There is plenty of parking and the museum is fully accessible. For further information contact the Canadian Military Heritage Museum at 519-759-1313