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We are delighted to share with you that we will be in London on July 27th at the Clash of Empires Exhibition!
Join us from 11:00am!
For one day only The Royal Welsh Museum will be at the exhibition to deliver a series of talks. Guest speakers include:
Amanda Rosewarne – Curator of The Royal Welsh Museum who will be discussing stories from the collection from a range of events such as items from Zululand, World War One and more!
Dorcas Cresswell – Ambassador for Zulu Kingdom in UK, Royal Welsh Museum Trustee who will be showcasing the work the museum has with KwaZulu Natal and announcing some exciting projects.
John Young – Author will be hosting two talks which discuss the topics of King Cetshwayo meeting Queen Victoria and Horace Smith-Dorrian
Ian Knight – Author, Historian & Clash of Empires Exhibition Co-Curator talk will be ‘That We May Not Get Into Such A Mess This Time: The 24th at Chillianwalla and iSandlwana’
What is Clash of Empires? An exciting event for one month only in London’s Spear Museum of Philatelic History at the Royal Philatelic Society.
The Anglo-Zulu War is a famous point in our military history and one of the many reasons why people travel to both our museum and to South Africa to walk the battle fields. Now, a limited timed exhibition is taking place in London which is sure to be a wonderful opportunity for enthusiasts.
The ‘Clash of Empires’ exhibition showcases more than 500 postal, historical, and cultural objects exploring the context, history, and ongoing legacy. The depth and scope of this context philately exhibition is a wonderful opportunity to see the intertwined stories of this important history told through hundreds of artefacts.
The exhibition is also supported by a variety of events during the month. The first is the symposium taking place July 12-15th with over 30 speakers across the three days. At the end of the month, the Royal Welsh Museum has been invited to have a day dedicated to the museum. Follow our website and social media for updates!
For more details please see the exhibition website here.