Tag Archives: 1920s

“Banging the door on the war”: Re-visiting Robert Graves But It Still Goes On and the post-war plays of the 1920s

But It Still Goes On, 2018. With thanks to Arsalan Sattari
But It Still Goes On, 2018. With thanks to Arsalan Sattari

As Robert Graves’ forgotten 1929 play But It Still Goes ON receives its world-premiere in London,  Andrew Maunder wonders if it is time to revisit the post-war plays of the 1920s.  This latest Blog post explores this fascinating world.

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‘The scene of desolation was of a most harrowing nature’: Visiting and revisiting the Western Front, 1919-39

In this post, Professor Mark Connelly examines how Western Front battlefields became places to visit – both for tourists and pilgrims – after the Great War.

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