Through his Own Eyes
8/9/2011 to 8/9/2011
ASHT Heritage Shared 2011
Newcastle born Anglican missionary and contemporary of Gandhi, Rev C.F Andrews, described as the "conscience of the British Raj", witnessed some of the most significant defining moments of India's campaign for independence. This lecture illustrates the life of a remarkable man who recognised and acclaimed the true nature of the Sikhs and their role in that epic struggle.
In association with Newcastle City Council & Heritage Open Days
Location: Newcastle City Library, Charles Avison Building, 33 New Bridge Street West, Newcastle NE1 8AX
Booking essential call 0191 2774100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org