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Peter Doyle

Professor Peter DoylePeter is a visiting professor at University College London. He specialises in the understanding of military terrain, and in the military history and material culture of the two world wars. A member of the British Commission of Military History, and secretary of the Parliamentary All Party War Graves and Battlefield Heritage Group, he is the author of many works of military history, including First World War in 100 Objects(History Press, 2014). A regular speaker at conferences and in invited lectures, and contributor to TV documentaries, Peter Doyle is also an occasional visiting lecturer at the US Military Academy, West Point (2007, 2014). 

You can follow Peter on Twitter, and visit 

Martin Polley

Martin PolleyMartin is director of the International Centre for Sports History and Culture (ICSHC) and a professor in history at De Montfort University, Leicester. He is the author of Moving the Goalpost: a history of sport and society since 1945, Sports history: a practical guide, and The British Olympics: Britain's Olympic heritage 1612-2012, as well as journal articles and book chapters on a range of sports history themes. He is an advisor for the Sporting Memories Network, and is on the editorial team of the journal Sport in History. He is a regular speaker at academic conferences and public history events, and has given keynote papers in the UK, France, Sweden and Japan. 

You can follow Martin on Twitter, Facebook, and visit his blog

Charlotte Riley

Charlotte Riley is a lecturer in twentieth century British history at the University of Southampton. Her research focuses on the Labour Party's approach to aid and development policy from the 1920s to the 1990s. Her wider research and teaching interests include ideas of British 'decline' since the Second World War, transnational narratives of aid and development in the twentieth century, and the gender politics of modern and contemporary Britain.