July 1, 2021
Kent teams up with National Army Museum for new online history course
The School of History at the University of Kent has partnered up with the National Army Museum to launch their latest course with Futurelearn.
This online course – ‘From Waterloo to the Rhine: The British Army 1815-1945‘ – is for those interested in the British military, or social history in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, it is also ideal for prospective students of history, or military history. It features 16 members of academic staff and is led by Lecturer in Modern British and European History at the University of Kent, Dr Mario Draper.
Speaking about this new course, Dr Draper explains, “This online course, which focuses on the British experience of war c.1815-1945, showcases the breadth of expertise in the School of History at the University of Kent by examining the many social, political, and cultural aspects of military history.”
The course covers key areas of the British Army’s part in the making of the modern world, split into four weeks:
- Week 1: The British Army at Waterloo
- Week 2: The British Army and Empire
- Week 3: The British Army and the First World War
- Week 4: The British Army and the Second World War
The course officially started on 14th June, however interested parties are able to join whenever they want to following this date, and the University of Kent will be facilitating the learning for six weeks.
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Content added on 1st July 2021.
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