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Now recruiting “MA in Second World War Studies: Conflict, Societies, Holocaust”.
The Second World War attracts more academic, media and public interest than any other event in history, and it is an integral part of school and further/higher education curricula. This programme will enable you to study the subject in detail, to update your knowledge, and to become familiar with the use of personal accounts, including interviews and testimonies. You will be taught by experts in the field, and you will carry out your own research in your favourite area.
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A review of Jacob Even and Simcha B.
Hi all. Thank you for including me in the conversation. My name is Nick Waddy, and I teach European and African history at SUNY Alfred. My bread and butter course is Western Civ Since 1648, of which I teach multiple sections every semester. I also teach upper-level classes in African history and 20th century military history.
"it failed utterly at Vietnamizing the war"
So the repulse of the Easter Invasion by the huge conventional force equipped with 400 tanks, hundreds of Russian artillery, hundreds more AA guns, etc, didn't happen? When there were no longer any US ground forces involved? That was the signal success of Vietamization, and the pacification of so many other provinces, the arming by Saigon of the RF and PF who also battled the VC/NVA effectively in so may place, also tell us plainly what was working. As long as we provided the supplies and support, that is.
Dear List Members,
I am currently trying to put together a conference which ideally should take place at Hamadan (Iran) in autumn this year (2018).
The subject will be the First World War in central and western Iran (1914-18), ideally with an attention not only to politics and high strategy, but also to the reality on the ground (small-scale fighting between Russian and German-Ottoman forces in Kurdistan and Lorestan, and between German and Anglo-Russian forces in central Iran).
For over forty years, the Summer Research Laboratory at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign has provided scholars from around the world with the opportunity to work in our Library's famous collections in Russian, East European, and Eurasian Studies.
We are pleased to announce that we will be holding the Summer Research Laboratory again this year, from June 11 to August 3, 2018.
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Please allow me to announce the publication of my new book When the War Came Home: The Ottomans' Great War and the Devastation of an Empire (Stanford University Press, 2018).
Here is a brief description by the publisher: