The Long War: World War I and II

Fifty and Better Winter Session

The Long War: World War I and II

WWI began with an act of terrorism. WWII ended with the dropping of two atomic bombs.  Though an interval of 19 years divides them, future historians will likely evaluate these global wars as one long war. This class will explore the causes, conduct and consequences of global war in the beginning of the 20th century.

Herbert Gooch, PhD, is professor emeritus of political science at California Lutheran University.  He formerly served as director of the Masters in Public Policy and Administration program and assistant provost for Graduate Studies at Cal Lutheran. A history graduate of U.C. Berkeley, he holds a MBA in management and both master's and doctoral degrees in political science from UCLA. He has written extensively and is a frequent commentator on political affairs locally and statewide.

Registration is required by Jan. 14. Cost is $40 per course. If you buy three courses, you get two free.

The Fifty and Better program was designed to offer university-level courses (no tests, no homework) taught by experts in the field, and to host social engagement activities for individuals age 50 and older.

 


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