A symposium to be held at the Centre for War Studies, University of Birmingham
Friday 14 September 2012.
1942 saw the British Army at its worst and at its best, with triumph at El Alamein following close upon disaster at Tobruk and Singapore. Seventy years on, this symposium aims to explore growing academic interest in the British Army during the Second World War. What is the state of current research? Where do we go from here? These are some of the questions this symposium seeks to address. It will include a keynote lecture by Dr Dan Todman (Queen Mary University of London) and a closing address by Professor Gary Sheffield (University of Birmingham).
The University of Birmingham is one of the country’s leading centres of excellence in the study of conflict. The Centre for War Studies brings together and builds on the work and reputation of its predecessors, the Centres for First World War, Second World War and Air Power Studies, as one of the leaders in research and teaching of the history of warfare.
If you would like to attend, please Register online at our online shop .
For further information on the symposium, please contact Dr Jonathan Boff or Caroline Ashton
For further information about the Centre for War Studies, or to hear more about opportunities for postgraduate study in the field at University of Birmingham, please contact , Peter Gray, or Gary Sheffield.