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Werner Rahn and Paul Kennedy to speak about German naval strategy in the two world wars
September 20, 2016
Werner Rahn is the world’s leading historian of the German Navy. Author of the naval chapters of the thirteen-volume Germany in the Second World War (Oxford UP, 1990–present) as well as one of the two senior editors of the sixty-eight volume War Diary of the German Naval Staff, 1939-1945, Rahn is also the newest recipient of The Hattendorf Prize for Distinguished Original Research in Maritime History. Join us as Rahn discusses German U-Boat strategies in the two World Wars with ISS’s Director, Professor Paul Kennedy.
German Naval Strategy in the Two World Wars: A Conversation with Werner Rahn and Paul Kennedy
Tuesday, September 20, 2016, 5pm, Branford College Common Room