Public Program- Jeremy Black

Lectures and Performances
Tuesday, April 22, 2003 - 7:30pm

Could the British Have Won the American War of Independence?
by Jeremy Black

Renowned British historian Jeremy Black examines the established interpretations of the War of Independence and places the conflict in the context of military history. By focusing on British strengths and American weaknesses, he clarifies the reasons for American success and the extent of the American achievement. Black chairs the History Department at the University of Exeter, England. An expert on British military history, he has authored 46 books, including The World in the Twentieth Century (2002), The Making of Modern Britain: The Age of Empire to the New Millennium (2001), and The English Press 1621-1861 (2001).

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