World War II – Part 2:
The Rise and Fall of Nazi Germany – New
6 sessions • 12 hours
Explore a broad overview of Germany’s turbulent political history from 1933 to 1945. Part 2 of a two-part series, this sessions features topics focusing on life in Nazi Germany, Hitler’s foreign policy, the invasion of Poland, Blitzkrieg: the expansion of Nazi power, a new racial order in Europe, and the defeat of Nazi Germany.
Learn more: World War II – Part 1 is also available this fall. Beginning with the origins of totalitarianism in Europe and Germany, these presentations center on the trauma of German military defeat and economic ruin from the aftermath of World War I. Learn more >>
Instructor: Landon Scott Port holds a Master of Education degree in Teaching and Learning (History) with high distinction from Liberty University. His interest in history began at a young age, and has taken him to hundreds of U.S. National Historical Landmarks from all periods of American history throughout U.S. Mr. Port served in the U.S. Army for 33 years including military service in Iraq and Afghanistan. His passion for teaching began early and has continued throughout his life by presenting at conferences throughout the mid-Atlantic region. After retiring, Mr. Port taught Adult Basic Education (English, math and reading) classes at Hagerstown Community College and Anne Arundel Community College.
World War II – Part 2: The Rise and Fall of Nazi Germany – New
ILR932 • 5-digit: 18774
Wednesday • 10/30-12/11 (No Class 11/27) • 2:00-4:00 PM
Conference Center • Room E124B
Tuition: $40 | Fee: $99 | Total: $139
MD residents age 60+ pay fee only