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24-H206 Germany, Austria-Hungary and the Coming of World War One – Brent Bennett

Instructor: Brent Bennett
Course Date: April 29, 2024 to May 17, 2024
This course takes place from 1:10 PM to 2:10 PM:
Monday to Friday

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Did German and Austro-Hungarian leaders “sleepwalk” into the catastrophe of World War 1?  Or did they deliberately trigger the war in a bid to gain domination over Europe before the Allies became too strong?  The debate over German intentions and war guilt started over a century ago and shows no signs of disappearing.  Come and see if the war was an absent-minded accident or the product of willful calculation.

Instructor:  Brent Bennett

Brent graduated with a BA (Honours) in European History at the University of Alberta in 1985. He went on to complete an MA in Slavic and East European Studies, also at the U of A. Brent retired from a career in the RCMP that included teaching law, investigative practices, police tactics, and firearms at the National Academy in Regina.

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