Germany and the Causality of the First World War

  • Arts 3.15, University of East Anglia University of East Anglia Norwich UK

European History Seminar Series : University of East Anglia

 Germany and the Causality of the First World War - Mark Hewitson (UCL)

For more information, contact Peter Waldron (p.waldron@uea.ac.uk) or Matthias Neumann (m.neumann@uea. ac.uk)

Other events in this series include:

  • October 7  Trench Italia: why Italy's part in the First World War is overlooked - Mark Thompson (Oxford/UEA)
  • October 30  The popular reception of the Stalin cult - Jon Waterlow (Oxford)
  • December 4  Seven Psychopaths: Joseph Stalin and the Personification of Evil - Iain Lauchlan (Edinburgh)
  • January 29  'This Hellish Atomic Technology': Pacifism, Patriotism, and Soviet Evangelicals in the Early Cold War - Miriam Dobson (Sheffield)
  • February 17 Revolutionary Internationalism in Early Soviet Society, 1917-1927 - Gleb Albert (Bielefeld)