In this 6-week course you will learn about the causes, course and consequences of the conflict and examine major aspects of the world that entered and fought the First World War.
Victoria University Continuing Education is running this 6-week course for anyone who is interested in the history of the First World War.
The First World War looms large within modern memory, although this presence is not always accompanied by historical knowledge. This course provides a concise overview of this crucial part of modern history.
You will learn about the causes, course and consequences of the conflict and examine major aspects (both on and off the battlefield) of the world that entered and fought the Great War. New Zealand’s place in, and experience of, the conflict is also covered in the course.
Presenter Steven Loveridge is a graduate of Victoria University where he gained a PhD in history. He has a long-held interest in the First World War and has produced several publications on the subject. His new book on the New Zealand home front is currently being vetted for publication.
6pm-8pm, Thursday 16 October to Thursday 20 November 2014 (6 weeks)
Fee: $180 (Early Bird Discount: $162)
For more information and to enrol