Imperial War Museum
IWM (Imperial War Museums) is a leading authority on conflict and its impact, focusing on Britain, its former Empire and the Commonwealth, from the First World War to the present. A family of five museums, IWM illustrates and records all aspects of modern war and of the individual’s experience of it, whether allied or enemy, service or civilian, military or political, social or cultural.
REMEMBRANCE SUNDAY 6 November 2019
Safeguarding our culture during conflict says something about who we are. It tells a story of collective identity of past, present and future generations. But who chooses which pieces and art-forms are the top priorities? Culture Under Attack: Who Decides What’s Worth Saving? brings together expert speakers to explore how and why we decide what culture is important to national identity in the UK today.
Venue: Imperial War Museum