June 29th, 2014
Episode 41 of 202 episodes
Today on Books+ we hear tales of war and memory. At the Sydney Writers' Festival recently, a comedian, a journalist and a historian talked about silences and even absences - all trying to make sense of the way World War I and World War II had shaped their own stories. Please note: This story will be online only for the weekend of 28-29 June due to RN's special First World War broadcast.
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