Legacies of WWII: 75 Years After
Thursday, November 5, 7-8.15 PM
The Department of History and Phi Alpha Theta are hosting a special panel commemorating 75 years since the end of the Second World War on Thursday. November 5 from 7:00-8:15 PM (CST).
This much anticipated event features Professors Eugene Avrutin, Peter Fritzsche, John Lynn, and Roderick Wilson of the History Department. They will each speak about a different facet of the Second World War's complex and far-reaching legacy:
- Peter Fritzsche: "World War I, World War II, and the War Against Civilians"
- Roderick Wilson, "Asia-Pacific War"
- John Lynn: “The Terrorist Threat in the United States"
- Eugene Avrutin, "Postwar Reconstructions in the Soviet Union"
There will be time for an audience Q & A after the speakers are finished.
The panel will be hold on Zoom:
Meeting ID: 874 7287 4547