‘The Shadow of War’ by Stewart Binns – a novel look at historyEvent Website
June 1914 – The beginning of another long, prosperous summer for Britain. But beneath the clear skies, all is not as it seems – as the chill wind of social discontent swirls around this sceptred isle. This is a story of love and comradeship, of hatred and tragedy – this is the story of the Great War.
Stewart Binns is a popular author and, in a 30-year career, has won over 30 international television programming awards, including a BAFTA, Peabody, Grierson and four Royal Television Society awards.
“Anyone with even a vague interest in Britain and
the Great War should read Shadow of War”
Celia Sandys, granddaughter of Winston Churchill. Part of the HLF funded ‘Wiltshire at War: Community Stories” project. Free, but please book a place if possible.