MEETING: How did World War 1 really end?

LEICESTER PUBLIC MEETING – 2pm Saturday 10th November 2018

With this year marking the 100th anniversary of the ending of the First World War, Leicester ACG will be holding a public meeting to look at what really brought the Great War to an end. In schools, the ruling class history curriculum teaches schoolchildren the reasons World War 1 started – forgetting the part about imperialist thieves falling out and fighting over markets for various national capitalist interests. School history lessons generally shy away from remembering what actually ended the war. This meeting explains why.

Venue: Upstairs at the Regent Club, 102 Regent Rd, Leicester LE1 7DA – ask at the bar downstairs for the “Libsoc” meeting