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[Even More] Absolutely, Unforgivably Shameless Self-Promotion

Here is something to do if you happen to find yourself in the world’s largest office building next week.

Here is a description of the talk and the series of which it is a part:

Dr. Ethan Rafuse, a widely published author on the Civil War, will give the inaugural presentation of the DoD Historical Speaker Series at 1130 on 11 April in the Pentagon Auditorium. His talk will assess the opening months of the conflict President Lincoln called “A People’s Contest.” The ongoing program is planned and coordinated by the historical offices of OSD, the Joint Staff, and the four military services. A primary theme will be the commemoration of our nation’s past conflicts, to include the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812 (1812–1815), the 150th anniversary of the Civil War (1861–1865), the 100th anniversary of World War I (1914–1918), and the 50th anniversary of the Vietnam War (1956–1975).

Comments (1) to “[Even More] Absolutely, Unforgivably Shameless Self-Promotion”

  1. Great work, Ethan. I followed the talk through the miracle of the Interwebs.