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1923 – A Defining Year for Germany
October 1 @ 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
1923 was one of the most remarkable years of modern European history.
In January, France and Belgium militarily occupied Germany’s economic heartland, the Ruhr, triggering a series of crises that almost spiralled out of control.
Hyperinflation plunged millions into poverty and Hitler’s populism ascended to national prominence.
In this event, author Mark Jones will discuss this critical year in European History, with Dr Jennifer Wellington.
No booking required for online viewing. Click here for livestream.
Please note: There will be seats reserved for the deaf community to attend in-person for better visibility of the ISL interpreter on stage.