For The Fallen - Now That The War Is Over
King's Own Royal Regiment Museum

Telling the story of the King's Own Regiment and Lancaster District in 1918 and 1919 from the Armistice to the Peace Celebrations.

Admission:

Free

Highlights

An exhibition which looks at the King's Own Royal Lancaster Regiment in the First World War and including a Victoria Cross never previously on public display; and the Armistice both overseas and in Lancaster. Displays also look at the Khaki Election; the Influenza epidemic; war memorials; peace celebrations; poets including The King's Own's Isaac Rosenberg and Lancaster born Laurence Binyon who wrote, in September 1914, the poem 'For the Fallen' a manuscript copy of which is on display in the exhibition.

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