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WWII in the Pacific: Iconic Battles & Illustrious Leaders Tell a Friend about this Course

Here’s your chance to learn what you don’t know about the climactic, iconic battles of World War II in the Pacific and America’s great leaders who fought them. Course includes an introduction to Japan’s pre-war cultural history and a discussion of the strategic goals which led to Pearl Harbor and the occupation of Asia. New and returning students will gain further insights into the war’s many campaigns from the perspectives of the officers who won these famous conflicts. Each session includes minor light reading and an engaging PowerPoint presentation.

Code:LH41016
Dates:March 28 - May 9, 2019   
Meets:12:30 PM to 1:45 PM
Location:Creutzburg Center 101
Instructor:Richard Sperry
$91.00Course Fee

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Notes:No class on 4/25

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