World War I was fought across many theatres of war; on land, sea and in the air. In the dark Winter months of 1914 a truce broke out in a number of areas along the Western Front. Allied and Central Powers soldiers exchanged small gifts, shared food and even played football together over the Christmas period. Why and how did this truce happen, how long did it last and how was it broken? Were there other instances of truce? And what about fraternisation with the enemy? Come along and learn about these events in the trenches as the Digging In project draws to a close.
Join Digging In (www.diggingin.co.uk) at Pollok Park, Glasgow on Sunday 9th December2018 to discover how enemies became friends, however briefly, in the theatre of war. Explore the First World War through activities, demonstrations, exhibits and displays! Families & well behaved dogs welcome!
RAF 100: WINGS TO WAR AT THE GLASGOW SCIENCE CENTRE
Visit Wings to War at the RAF100 event at Glasgow Science Centre! 10.00 - 17.00, Wednesday 29th - Friday August 31st 10.00 - 17.00, Saturday 1st - Sunday 2nd September
Have a go in our replica WWI flight simulator, see a spectacular scale model of the Bristol fighter biplane and discover Glasgow's role in the story of early aviation.
Plus lots of other STEM and heritage activities and displays! Click here to see the whole line up!
DOGFIGHT! WW1 MODEL AIRCRAFT SHOW Come join us in Pollok Park on the 18th of August 2018!
Watch a flying show, courtesy of Glasgow Barnstormers Model Aircraft Club
Discover how WWI pilots pioneered aerial reconnaissance
Test your piloting skills in our flight simulator
Model aircraft building for families
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