Richard Overy, Peter Caddick-Adams, Gordon Corrigan, Ian Beckett and Robert Lyman
17 November 2012, 10.30am - 5.30pm
Were the First and Second World Wars one giant global struggle?
The World Wars define the 20th century. As historians begin to question the accuracy of looking at the World Wars as two distinct and separate conflicts we bring together authors and historians to discuss the issues surrounding this global struggle.
- Gordon Corrigan
'A War of Two Halves - and Why the Germans Lost'
- Peter Caddick-Adams
'Attrition Versus Manoeuvre in the Two World Wars'
- Ian Beckett
'The World Wars As Total Wars'
- Robert Lyman
'Some Perspectives on Leadership in WW2 in the Far East'
- Richard Overy
'The Imperative of Air Power: From Zeppelins to Hiroshima'
Tickets can be purchased in the following ways:
- Telephone: 020 7881 6600
- Online: Use the booking form on this page or visit the Museum Shop
- At the Museum
A concessionary rate is available to SOFNAM members, students, seniors and service personnel. Concession tickets can be booked over the telephone but must be collected with proof of ID.