Join us on September 9, 2020 for our Newport Lecture Series featuring a presentation from David Kohnen, Director, John B. Hattendorf Center for Maritime Historical Research. David will present on the topic: “Feeding Greyhounds: U.S. Navy Commanders Ernest J. King and Chester W. Nimitz in the First World War.”
The lecture will be held virtually and participants will have an opportunity to submit questions via chat. To register and participate, please visit: NLS – September 9, 2020 featuring David Kohnen.
More about David Kohnen:
David Kohnen earned the PhD with the Laughton Professor of Naval History in the War Studies Department at the University of London (King’s College London). He is the author of 21st Century Knox: Influence, Sea Power, and History for the Modern Era (Naval Institute Press, 2016) and Commanders Winn and Knowles: Winning the U-Boat War with Intelligence (Enigma Press, 1999). Looking to the future, Kohnen examines the underlying influence of history upon “sea power” in, Two Kings and a Navy: U.S. Navy Admiral Ernest J. King, the Anglo-American Special Relationship, and the Fifty Years War at Sea, 1901-1946 (under contract).
September 09,2020 @ 18:00
September 09,2020 @ 19:00
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