Campaigning Through Time.
Understand, know, challenge: Since 2012, we have been working to debate, nurture interest and archive history as it happens.
 
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Welcome to Campaigning Through Time, a ‘historum’ for the discussion of military history and the archiving of current events and commemoration. As founders, our goals were to create a community that would last, that would pride itself on purposeful discussion and relaxed moderation, and would ultimately nurture and encourage interest in military history. Working with the University of Kent's Military History Society and their network of students and alumni, we hope to extend military history to all who wish to learn more. All are welcome!

If you are new to our site, have a look at our rules and FAQ, browse our upcoming events, get help with coursework, check out our magazine, peruse our archive, or simply have some fun!

Registration is fast, simple, and absolutely free, so join the discussion today!




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Places/events we've been to:

Battle of Hastings Re-enactment

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Rochester Castle

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The Royal Engineers Museum, Gillingham

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The War and Peace Show

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HMS Kent

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English Civil War Society March through London

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Imperial War Museum London

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Talks:

'Let us die manfully for our brethren': propaganda, identity and the commemoration of the Battle of the Falkland Islands, December 1914 by Professor M. Connelly

The British and the debate over the question of Mounted Infantry, 1902-1914 by Professor M Connelly

Amputation in World War One by Dr J Anderson

Things that Go Bump in the Trenches: Horror and the World Wars by Dr D Budgen

Raise money for charity

March to raise money for the Royal British Legion and Falklands Veterans Association

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