CENTER FOR WORLD WAR II STUDIES FALL 2012 SERIES
The Atomic Bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki: Putting the Pieces Together
Featuring Michael Kobran, author and instructor, Political Science
Each of the major players after the war in the Pacific had their own perspective on the atomic bombings over Japan; the result is an incomplete picture of how these historical events have shaped the history of each nation involved.
Michael Kobran, who is writing a book on the politics of World War II, will present a more complete picture of what really did happen in July and August of 1945, and will leave us all with a better understanding of the motives of the major players and how they led to a human tragedy whose consequences have followed the world into the 21st Century.
Thursday, Oct. 18, 7:30pm, Warner Student Life Center, Fee: $12 adults, $5 students.
To register for a program please call (732) 224-2315; to learn more email Paul Zigo, Director of the Center for World War II Studies, at firstname.lastname@example.org