Typescript copy of lecture, given at the Ruhleben camp in Germany, on Greek and Byzantine art.
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- ReferenceGB 103 MS ADD 258
- Dates of Creation1915
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- Physical Description1 folder
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Following the outbreak of World War One in 1914, male English civilians living in Germany were interned at Ruhleben, a former race track situated between Berlin and Spandau. Within the prisoner of war camp an English 'colony' was created, including a school, dramatic and musical societies, library, sports leagues, shops, and an internal mail service.
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Presented by S George H Phillips in April 1977.
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The original essay is at the Bodleian Library, Oxford.