Learning from War- Key Note presentation by Professor Jeremy Black
Are you interested to know what use the study of historical battles can be to the military? Here is a opportunity to be further informed...
2017-01-13 - 12:43
On the 2nd February at 9.00, The Royal Danish Defence College invites you to a Key Note presentation by the prominent British historian Jeremy Black. Jeremy Black is professor at the University of Exeter and the author of more than a 100 books primarily on military history. The theme of the presentation is why and how the military professionals and others should study operational case history.
Besides Jeremy Black lecturer at the Royal Danish Defence Colleges Institute of Military History and War Studies Jeppe Plenge Trautner will be speaking on classical examples where attempts have been to extract learning from operational cases.
The lectures that will be held in English takes place in Auditory building 118 at the Royal Danish Defence Academy.
09.00-10.00: Jeremy Black: Why and how the military professionals and others should study operational case history and what insights can be extracted.
10.00-10.30: Jeppe Plenge Trautner: An overview of common approaches to learning from operational cases.
Moderator Major Claudia Læssøe, Institute of Military History and War Studies.
Registrations to Anna Sofie Schøning firstname.lastname@example.org
no later than January 30th.
Below you can see an interview with Jeremy Black from his last visit to the Royal Danish Defence College