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Lecture | WW2: UK/US Relations in the Build up to D’Day and Beyond

Thursday 11th April
6.30pm-8.00pm

The successful invasion of northern France in June 1944 would never have been possible without the participation of the United States.  The story of how those thousands of US servicemen came to the aircraft carrier that was the United Kingdom and the relationship with their UK hosts is seldom explored.  Largely carried on in the background, planning for their arrival started over two years earlier.

Professor Niall Barr, who has published two books on UK/US relations during the Second World War, will give us an insight into this extraordinary feat of planning and logistics, which enabled the momentous events of D Day and beyond.

 

6.30pm Drinks Reception (Drink included in ticket price), 7.00pm Lecture Commences

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Why not Stay for a post lecture supper in the Castle Bistro (See menu)

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