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The Physiology of Flight

By Declan Irwin, Final Year Undergraduate in Physiology, University of Glasgow.

A French Salmson 2 Reconnaissance Biplane c.1918. Wikipedia Commons.

“If men were meant to fly they would have been given wings”

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Event: ‘This World We Seem to Inherit’: Readings and Music for Remembrance

By Euan Loarridge, Blog Editor, University of Glasgow Great War Project.

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Next week, on Wednesday the 15th of November, the University of Glasgow World War One Commemoration Group will host an evening of music and poetry in honour of Lieutenant Alistair Ebenezer Buchan who was killed in action in one hundred years ago in 1917. For more information about Alastair and this event read below:

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Great War Lectures: Discourse on the First World War at the University of Glasgow

By Euan Loarridge, Blog Editor, University of Glasgow Great War Project.

RFC Lecture Oxford Museum

RFC Cadets listening to a lecture at the University College Museum, Oxford University. November 1917. IWM Q 30279

With the centenary of the Battle of Third Ypres (Passchendaele) raging on, the University of Glasgow played host to two inspiring public lectures on the course and impact of the First World War. This post presents a short summary of these lectures and discusses some of the conclusions that were made.

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