This session will introduce you to one of the lesser known but equally bloody fronts of World War 1 – the Italian front, seen through the eyes of the writer Ernest Hemingway. Fighting high in the Alps meant that this was one of the most peculiar fronts of the war, one where the remains of trenches cut into the solid rock can still be seen even today.
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Alex J. Potocnik has completed a degree in Architecture at the University of Ljubljana, Slovenia and a graduate diploma of Animation and Interactive Multimedia at Swinburne University in Melbourne. Before returning to Melbourne in 2016, he was Associate Partner at the Ad Pirum Institute in Ljubljana where he was mainly involved in the protection of architectural heritage. During that period, he wrote a number of books and articles covering mostly history and heritage protection in Central Europe. He is currently completing post-graduate history studies at Monash University.