A talk and panel discussion
¬£5 (¬£3 for Concessions)
6pm | Saturday, 7th September 2019
Highlanders‚Äô Museum, Fort George
6pm – view exhibition with refreshments at the Museum
7pm – talk and panel discussion in the Chapel
After World War One there was a change in attitude, particularly towards people with disabilities, due to the high number of returning soldiers with physical and mental injuries.
Christopher Henry, Director of Surgeons’ Hall, Edinburgh.
WW1 Medical Treatments
Dr Jessica Meyer, Associate Professor Modern British History, University of Leeds.
The re-integration of soldiers with war-attributable disabilities to civilian life.
Plus a speaker from Scottish War Blinded.
(Fort George is a working Army Barracks, car number plates must be given when booking.)