The God of War Part 1

Tim Barney


Region:
England
Notice Period:
Emergency (maybe less than one week's notice)
Type:
Enthusiast
Fee:
Paid: £50 plus 45p per mile over 20 miles from Evesham, negotiable for other UK regions
Category:
History
Updated:
6th September 2020
Tagged:
Military History | History | Technology | Educational

This talk investigates the history of artillery, and relates how the rock-throwing siege engines of the medieval world, were eventually developed into the long range heavy guns and rocket systems that we see today.

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About Tim Barney

Ever since I can remember, I’ve been fascinated by military history and technology, and like any enthusiast, I’ve always wanted to share my passion with the people around me. Following a career in the IT industry, I now have the opportunity to branch out into the wider world, and pass on some of the fascinating facts and stories I have absorbed over the years. As you will discover when you book one of my talks, military history is NOT just for military history fans!

All my talks are designed to appeal to men and women from every walk of life. A little technical jargon is unavoidable – but don’t worry, I always translate this into everyday language! Each talk lasts for about 40 minutes, and I am always keen to take questions afterwards.

If you are interested in a particular talk, but require more information, or would like to discuss other options to suit your requirements, then please do contact me to discuss.

All my talks are fully illustrated with PowerPoint slides. I have my own projector, table and large screen, but I’ll happily use your equipment if it’s already in place. I’m always happy to deliver virtual talks online, using Zoom or any other preferred platform.


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