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Discover great royal dynasties; bloody wars, plague and famine; and the intense periods of political, economic and social upheaval that formed the backdrop to European History from the fall of Rome to the modern day. Our high quality courses are led by professional and friendly tutors and offer the chance to meet like-minded people and make new friends.

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What is Germany's Role in the World?

From Washington to Warsaw, and from Beijing to Brussels many countries are at the moment wondering where Berlin’s foreign and security policy is heading. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has reacted to French President Emmanuel Macron’s ambitious vision for reforms in the European Union with more or less silence and Germany is seen by many... [More]
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From Washington to Warsaw, and from Beijing to Brussels many countries are at the moment wondering where Berlin’s foreign and security policy is heading. The German Chancellor Angela Merkel has

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27 Feb

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St Patrick and the Cult of Saints

Patrick is the great Saint of the Irish, credited with the conversion of the Pagan Irish to Roman Christianity. Consider the man, the life, his reputed writings, and the times for a view into Early Medieval Ireland. SUGGESTED READING Clare Stancliffe, “Patrick [St Patrick, Pádraig] (fl. 5th cent.), patron saint of Ireland”, Oxford Dictionary of... [More]
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<p>Patrick is the great Saint of the Irish, credited with the conversion of the Pagan Irish to Roman Christianity. Consider the man, the life, his reputed writings, and the times for a view into Early

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13 Mar

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The Life of Lenin: 150 Years since His Birth

Explore the astonishing life and career of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. Born 150 years ago, he founded the Bolshevik tendency which led the October Revolution in 1917. Lenin became the first head of the Soviet State, dying in 1924, and left a legacy that is still much debated. Students will receive a biographical article about Lenin. SUGGESTED READING... [More]
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<p>Explore the astonishing life and career of Vladimir Ilyich Lenin. Born 150 years ago, he founded the Bolshevik tendency which led the October Revolution in 1917. Lenin became the first head of the

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02 Apr

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Germany in the Jazz Age: 1918-1930

The new, democratic, Weimar Republic of Germany after World War I was the centre of avant culture in the west. The Jazz Age brought new expressionist art, literature and film. Germany also led the way in architecture, interior design, drama and music. It was a world of excitement with provocative art and cabaret that explored new political as well... [More]

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The British Isles: Invasions that Shaped a Nation

Britain is an immigrant nation. Fear of invasion has dominated British History for over two thousand years. The Roman invasion of 43 AD encountered fierce resistance from the Celts. From the fifth century, successive invasions by Germanic Anglo Saxon tribes, Vikings and the Normans in 1066 changed the political, social and economic fabric of the... [More]

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Magnificence of the Romanovs

The Romanov Tsars of Russia were central to a Magnificence in Russian Decorative Arts – from Peter the Great to the House of Fabergé. How was Russian design influenced by the style-makers of Europe, and what was the role of great monarchs such as Catherine the Great & revolutionaries like the Bolsheviks on the arts? We source material from The Met,... [More]

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