56. MAPPING WORLD WAR TWO

Jeremy
56. MAPPING WORLD WAR TWO
Jeremy Black
Thursday 27th June 14:00 (60 Min)
Stove Tent by Viking
Author of A History of the Second World War in 100 Maps, The Geographies of War, and Maps and History, Jeremy Black, Emeritus Professor of History, University of Exeter, looks at the contemporary mapping of World War Two, from geopolitics to strategy and across land, sea and air. This war posed cartographic problems on a scale until then unprecedented, and the rich legacy of maps is both fascinating and crucial to any understanding of the war.
Event Theme: Conflict
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