When: Tuesday, February 9, 2021 12:00pm EST
Where: Click here for Zoom Registration Link
During the early 1930s, and especially during the long winter of 1933, the world seemed to fall apart. It seemed to change from postwar to prewar, as fascism, isolationism, militarism, expansionism, protectionism, and other dark forces made short work of whatever remained of the internationalist aspirations of the 1920s.
Raymond Ginger Professor of History and IGS Affiliated Professor, Paul Jankowski will discuss the events of that moment from his new book “All Against All” with William Friedman ’65, and draw ominous parallels of the global fragmentation of that time to today.