Kimberley WEA will be running a local modern history course entitled Fascism During the Inter War Years which will act as an introduction to Fascism in a historical context. The course will show how Fascism developed and spread across Europe during the Inter War Period.
There will be an opportunity to investigate how racism became an integral part of the Fascist creed by studying the rise and influence of Hitler. Mosley and Franco will also be introduced.
The course tutor, Ann Parker, was a lecturer in the Adult Education Department of Nottingham University. A specialist in Modern History, Ann has worked with the Atlantic Council, the Defence Academy ad NATO.
The course will be held at Rumbletums Cafe, 2a Victoria Street, Kimberley, NG16 2NH on Tuesdays from 19th April to 31 May 2016 commencing at 3.00pm until 5.00pm. The fee is £53.90, free to those on benefits.
The course can be booked by just turning up on
the day or in advance by email to firstname.lastname@example.org
For further information contact Judy Gelsthorpe at the WEA by phone at 0115 962 8416 or email at email@example.com