Twentieth Century Polish History Seminar
Poland's place in the Grand Alliance during the Second World War - Dr Halik Kochanski (Independent scholar - author of ‘The Eagle Unbowed: Poland and the Poles in the Second World War’) Poland's place in the Grand Alliance during the Second World War.
Convenor: Prof. Michael Fleming
The seminar takes place at the Polish University Abroad, POSK building, 3rd Floor, 238-246 King Street, London W6 0RF one Wednesday each month at 6.15pm (twice in November).
The seminar will be especially useful for students reading MA or PhD degrees in history or cognate disciplines. All are welcome, but those wishing to participate should contact Michael Fleming prior to each seminar as places are strictly limited – firstname.lastname@example.org
Other events in this series include:
- 16 October 2013 - Dr Wojciech Rappak (University College London) Karski story and Karski history: similarities and differences
- 6 November 2013 Dr Anthony Kemp-Welch (University of East Anglia, Norwich) Poland and the Brezhnev Doctrine, 1968-1989
- 20 November 2013 Professor Anita Prażmowska (London School of Economics) Gomułka's Underground activities between 1943 and 1945
- 18 December 2013 - Dr Hugo Service (Oxford University) Upper Silesia in the age of the ethnically homogenous nation-state, 1939-49
- 22 January 2014 - Dr Mikolaj Kunicki (St Antony’s College, Oxford University) Nationalism for All Seasons: Bolesław Piasecki and Polish Communists
- 19 March 2014 - Prof. Michael Fleming (Polish University Abroad, London) Polish intelligence about Auschwitz: A further challenge to the elusiveness narrative