A History of World War II

Coordinator

Name Email Phone
Fred Ross rossfm@chorus.net 608-833-8315
World War II was the largest and most consequential event in recent world history, affecting in diverse and often unimaginatively agonizing ways the bulk of the world’s population. Employing as our major text A War To Be Won, by Williamson Murray and Allan Millett, we will study and discuss the causes, considerations, conduct and consequences of this overwhelming event. Particular emphasis will be placed on the strategic, political and moral issues the war pressed on the world then, and continues to do so to this day.

Location

Oakwood  Village West Heritage Oaks

Meeting Day

Wednesday

Meeting Time

1:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Start Date

Sept. 25, 2019

End Date

Dec. 4, 2019

Participation

Regular reading/discussion expected

Class Size

20

Class Notes

To Enroll: Class size limited, contact course coordinator about enrollment status.

No Sessions: 10


 

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