World War One Centenary Writing Workshop
|WHAT IS IT?||Topics will include: |
Writing and publishing techniques
Personalised assistance to develop participant's project
Follow up assistance to aid publication
|DATE:||Friday 17 April, 2015|
|TIME:||10.00 am - 3.00 pm|
|LOCATION:||GSV Meeting Room, Level B1 / 257 Collins Street, Melbourne|
|COST:||All participants $65|
|BOOKINGS:||Bookings with payment will be essential.|
Payments will be made through the GSV Online Shop or at the GSV Reception
|CLASS SIZE:||Limited to 15 participants|
|CANCELLATION:||Refunds will only be given if cancellation is made five working days|
before the start of this event
This is the writing workshop I am attending on 17 April 2015 at the Genealogical Society of Victoria, and I am so pumped about doing it!
My chosen ancestor who I will be writing about is the brother of my great great grandmother Louisa Clarke.
I obtained his military records early last year and discovered that he spent time in Gallipoli, the Somme and Ypres in Belgium before finally being mustard gassed out of WW1.
He returned to Australia, got married and lived another 40 years.
He is a hero in the truest sense of the word, and not just for his war effort, which is remarkable enough. I am so proud to have James as my ancestor.
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