War and Peace in the Age of Napoleon (at the National Army Museum and online)

from 09/09/2022 to 10/09/2022
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The War & Peace in the Age of Napoleon Conference featuring speakers from a round the world on a wide range of topics on the period

Join us for one of 2022’s biggest gatherings of Napoleonic experts and enthusiasts , as we welcome an international line up of speakers on topics covering everything from archaeology, to psychology, society to memory and strategy to diplomacy.

Between the 9th and 10th September, the National Army Museum, London, will play host to over 50 speakers, featuring more than 30 hours of talks, which will be available both in person and online. Tickets and details of speakers here.

Update 24 August: Organisers have now confirmed they’re recording ALL the talks and releasing them to everyone who buys tickets.

War and Peace in the Age of Napoleon (at the National Army Museum and online)

This event is run by the Napoleonic & Revolutionary War Graves Charity, and has been generously sponsored by the Society for Army Historical Research.

For full details of who is speaking when, please see the images of the conference programme below.

There are a number of ticket options available – One day attendance, both day attendance, in person and online options, and discounts. Please check the ticket titles carefully before purchasing.

We are pleased to offer a £5 discount per day to members of the NRWGC and SAHR. Please be aware that the organisers will independently verify your membership to either organisation and will refund your ticket, cancelling your booking, if you are found to not be eligible for the discount.

Please Note: In order to keep ticket prices at an affordable level, lunch will not be provided at this event. Tea, coffee and light refreshments will be provided in the breaks, but guests will need to purchase their own lunch either from the National Army Museum cafe, or from corner shop approximately 100 meters from the venue.

Please also be advised: The private tour of Apsley House, the NRWGC AGM, and the Private viewing of the Household Cavalry Museum with wine and canapes, which form part of the wider conference events, are all ticketed separately.

National Army Museum AND ONLINE

Royal Hospital Road
United Kingdom

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