Our network hosts a series of events throughout the year to provide our members with professional development opportunities and share knowledge.
Events are held online so that as many members as possible have the opportunity to take part, regardless of where in the world you are based.
You can view our latest calendar of events for 2021-2022 here.
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The Atomic Bomb and the end of the Second World War
A recording of a talk and Q&A that took place on Monday 22 March 2021, in which Dr Conrad Crane looked at the dropping of the atomic bombs in 1945, their impact and legacy. Dr Crane is Chief of Analysis and Research at the U.S. Army Heritage and Education Center in Pennsylvania, USA and a former Professor of History at the US Military Academy. He is the author of the book American Airpower Strategy in World War II.
Past Conversations was launched during April 2020, to provide engaging and interesting content for young people (and anyone else) who found themselves at home during lockdown, wanting to “talk about the past”. Recorded online talks with experts are free to access, covering everything from medieval warfare, to the history of dress in wartime Britain. Speaker: Paul Hamilton is a history and legal studies teacher at Clydebank High School in Scotland. He is also a part-time doctoral researcher in education at the University of Strathclyde, examining the pedagogy of battlefield tourism.