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Friday, 2 April 2010

Conference: Hitler's Scandinavian Legacy

Hitler's Scandinavian Legacy

Date: 8 April 2010 - 10 April 2010
On Thursday 8th, at 5.15pm there will be a Public Lecture by Professor Richard Overy on ‘Scandinavia and the Second World War’.
On Friday 9th, there will be a full-day Conference, open to the public, on ‘Hitler's Scandinavian Legacy'. Leading Scandinavian scholars will deliver papers on the wartime and post-war consequences of the German invasion of 9 April 1940 for Denmark, Norway, Sweden and Finland.
On Saturday 10th, a half-day open Conference, ‘War, Memory, and Literature: Effects of the Second World War on Nordic Culture, 1939–2009’ will conclude the event.

For further details please see the conference website:http://www.shca.ed.ac.uk/conferences/scandinavian_legacy

Conference organiser(s): John Gilmour, Hon Fellow, Scandinavian Studies (on behalf of Professor Jill Stephenson)
Venue: University of Edinburgh
Location: Old College, University of Edinburgh
Contact details:
Secretary: Pauline Maclean, Centre for the Study of the Two World Wars, +44 131 651 1254
+44 131 651 1254

John Gilmour, Hon Fellow, Scandinavian Studies
+44 7711 276090

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