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Psychogeographical mapping of coincidence in Leeds and Dortmund. Drifting through superimposed narratives of two cities at once. The Leeds-Dortmund Project

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16 May

The wartime Prime Minister, Winston Churchill, arrived unexpectedly in Leeds that morning and spent three hours talking with local officials but found time to deliver an unprepared speech to 20,000 from the steps of Leeds Town Hall. Later, Churchill (waving the ubiquitous cigar) and his wife were driven round the streets in an open car.
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Warships Week. Roughly a year after the sinking of the Ark Royal by a German U-boat, which was on 14 November 1941. Also known as 'Leeds Ark Royal Week'. ú9.3 million was raised to build a new Ark Royal.
Documentary film: Leeds At War
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