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Talks at The National Archives in March
Throughout March, specialists share their knowledge and expertise in free talks at The National Archives, providing a wealth of help and ideas to family historians, offering research advice and revealing the truth behind historical fictions.
- Catching Victorian and Edwardian criminals on paper
- Nonconformist genealogy
- The Great Escape: you've seen the film now hear the truth
- Charles Darwin and the Beagle
The Great Escape: Airman James Catanach was captured and executed after escaping from Stalag Luft III during the Second World War
New to The National Archives?
Join one of our daily drop-in sessions, which introduce first-time visitors to the services available at The National Archives and how to make the most of our resources. These free sessions start at 11:30 and last approximately 30 minutes; pre-booking is not required.
Unable to attend a talk? Most talks and lectures will be made available as podcasts soon after they have taken place.
For more details of all our events, including The National Archives' museum exhibitions and education events, please visit our events page.