1919: The Paris Peace Talks and the Genesis of the Cold War

Code: SL41813

Dates: November 18, 2021

Meets: 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM

Sessions: 1

Location: Creutzburg Center

Course Fee: $49.00

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Many believe incorrectly that World War I ended with the November 11, 1918 armistice and the signing of the 1919 Paris Peace Accords. In fact, the war did not end; it took new forms. The Great War shattered 4 empires and sparked nationalistic sentiments. As a result, Civil Wars broke out across Europe, and Bolshevism rose to threaten democracies. This lecture will trace how these events festered and formed the beginnings of the Cold War. Lunch is included.
Fee: $49.00

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James Hockenberry

James Hockenberry, a career financial executive retired from Corporate America and redirected his life to suspense writing with his award winning “World War One Intrigue” trilogy. The change has allowed him to interweave three of his long-time passions: history, literature, and his German-American roots. His in-depth research has given him a unique understanding of The Great War and its consequences. He has lectured locally on World War One, including at the State Library in Trenton and the Princeton Present Day Club. For the last fifteen years, he has run the Princeton Chapter of the Financial Network Group (FENG) with over 2,200 members. He has appeared on the radio shows of Joe Gans and Louis Harrison, the RealUGuru, and on Bonnie Bruderer’s “the Ask BONBON” show, and was on two Trillerfest panels.



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