Wellington, the Battle of Waterloo and the role of communications

Waterloo

To coincide with the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo this week, I’ve taken a very brief look at what role communications may have played in the success of the Duke of Wellington’s campaigns. Target audience Three of the Continue reading Wellington, the Battle of Waterloo and the role of communications

D-Day: How communications influenced the result

The D-Day landings

This week marks 70 years since the D-Day landings but you’re unlikely to hear much about the role of communications. However, propaganda – a distant relative of communications – played a huge role as an instrument of psychological warfare on Continue reading D-Day: How communications influenced the result

More propaganda please

'All for the sake of peace'

Having employees describe your internal communication channels as ‘propaganda’ is not normally considered a good thing. However, after a visit to the British Museum in London I’ve had cause to think again. You see, it’s only since the First World Continue reading More propaganda please