Democracy and Dictatorship in Germany

We are thrilled to see the return of our popular and inspirational Democracy and Dictatorship in Germany programme. This event will focus on the period from 1918 – 1945 and include a range of highly relevant and engaging sessions covering the aftermath of WW1 and the Weimar Republic though to propaganda and control in Nazi Germany and WW2. In five exceptional sessions, world-class historians and renowned experts will offer engaging and interactive talks, providing vital historical contexts and taking students beyond their classroom experience. This stimulating and informative day is suitable for A-level, IB and GCSE students studying this important option.

We are delighted to announce that one of the world’s leading historians of this period, Sir Richard J Evans, will be speaking at this event, together with notable historian Professor Mary Fulbrook and award-winning author Professor Alexander Watson. The programme will also include two unmissable exam sessions, one aimed at A-level students and the other suitable for GCSE students.

Each student will each receive a special booklet containing additional notes, talk overviews and suggested further reading carefully selected by each of our eminent historians. With plenty of opportunities for questions fielded by our expert chair, students are guaranteed to leave armed with new insights and information to take back to the classroom.