Sessions of the inaugural workshop of the Second World War Research Group-North America now online

Thursday, November 1, 2018

STARKVILLE, Miss.—Mississippi State University hosted the inaugural workshop of the Second World War Research Group-North America featuring award-winning military historian and author Robert Citino as the keynote speaker.

The workshop focused on “Changing Landscapes: the Environment of the Second World War” and provided participants a forum to reflect on new ways to view conflict.

Author of numerous books on the German Army during WWII, Citino also is the senior historian at The National WWII Museum.

In addition to Citino’s keynote, paper presenters included Conrad Crane of the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center; Robert Engen of Royal Military College of Canada; Robert Jefferson of University of New Mexico; Benjamin Jones of Dakota State University; Kristin Mulready-Stone of the Naval War College; Katrin Paehler of Illinois State University; and Phillip Rutherford of Marshall University.

The workshop can be viewed at https://youtu.be/D0JRB79eeNE, https://youtu.be/O3MW9udSu8Y, https://youtu.be/7nkYDLBqRcs and https://youtu.be/BkKmu5EIHAg

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