Department of International History roundtable
Date: Wednesday 30 April 2014
Venue: Wolfson Theatre, New Academic Building
Speakers: Dr Bill Kissane, Professor Sönke Neitzel, Dr Svetozar
Rajak, Professor Max Schulze, Professor Alan Sked
This event will assess the impact and the aftermath of the war on the British Isles and continental Europe, as well as the links between the First and Second World Wars.
Bill Kissane is an associate professor in politics in the Department of Government at LSE.
Sönke Neitzel is a professor of international history in the Department of International History at LSE.
Svetozar Rajak is an associate professor in the Department of International History at LSE.
Max Schulze is a professor of economic history in the Department of Economic History at LSE.
Alan Sked is a professor of international history in the Department of International History at LSE.
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