Paul Kennedy Lecture: ‘The Second World War at Sea”

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Paul Kennedy Lecture: ‘The Second World War at Sea”

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20 marca na Uniwersytecie w Exeter odbędzie się wykład profesora Paul'a Kennedy
na temat II Wojny Światowej na morzu.
Wstęp wolny !!! :)
Chciałem zamieścić plakat, ale pojawia sie komunikat Rozszerzenie pdf jest zablokowane.
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Paul Kennedy Lecture: ‘The Second World War at Sea”
March 2019

University of Exeter Centre for Maritime Historical Studies Keynote Lecture

Professor Paul Kennedy, CBE (Yale University) ‘The Second World War at Sea, from Top to Bottom: A Braudelian Look at the Allied Victory’

Paul Kennedy is one of Britain’s leading historians. Perhaps best known for his seminal publication The Rise and Fall of the Great Powers, his earlier work focused on the history of the Royal Navy and the wider contexts in which it operated. Paul’s book The Rise and Fall of British Naval Mastery, published in 1976, examined the diverse elements that contributed to a nation’s exercise of naval power, including geopolitics, economics and logistics. This was a landmark publication, and one of the first academic works dealing with naval history to intervene in and enlighten wider historiographical debates; it was recently re-issued with a new introduction to coincide with the 40th anniversary of its publication. Paul continues to write and publish on the intersections between naval history, international relations and grand strategy. Paul was made a CBE in 2001, elected a Fellow of the British Academy in 2003, and was awarded the Caird Medal in 2005 for his contributions to naval history.

Wednesday 20 March, 2019, 1700-1830

University of Exeter,

Streatham Campus,

Amory Building, C417

All Welcome
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