Basic information
18 June 2011 at 11:00
Lecture Hall of the “Walk of Peace in the Soča Region Foundation”

Organizer
Institute of Cultural History
Walks of Peace in the Soča Region Foundation
Description

Lecturers:

Pavlina Bobič, Institute of Cultural History, SRC SASA, Ljubljana.

Igor Grdina, Institute of Cultural History, SRC SASA, Ljubljana.

Lothar Höbelt, Department of History, University of Vienna.

Peter Lieb, Department of War Studies,

Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

Sean McKnight, Director of Studies,

Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

Renato Podbersič, Study Centre for National Reconciliation, Ljubljana.

Chris Pugsley, Department of War Studies,

Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

Andrej Rahten, Historical Institute Milko Kos, SRC SASA, Ljubljana.

Hew Strachan, Faculty of Modern History, University of Oxford.

Matthias Strohn, Department of War Studies,

Royal Military Academy Sandhurst.

Andreja Valič, Study Centre for National Reconciliation, Ljubljana.

 

The conference will be conducted in English.

The conference is financially supported by the Slovenian Research Agency.

 

SATURDAY, 18 June 2011

11.00 Words of welcome

11.10 Hew Strachan (Oxford), Lessons from the Balkans: The History of European Warfare from the East

11.50 Discussion

12.10 Coffee Break

12.20 Panel 1

Chair: Chris Pugsley (Sandhurst)

Sean McKnight (Sandhurst), The Medieval Military Rhythm of the Balkans: A Guide to the Present or Just an Historical Curiosity

Lothar Höbelt (Vienna), The Wild East of the Habsburg Monarchy: “Frontier” Problems of the Baroque

13.00 Discussion

13.20 Lunch Buffet

13.50 Panel 2

Chair: Peter Lieb (Sandhurst)

Andrej Rahten (Ljubljana), Balkans in the Plans of the Austro-Hungarian High Army Circles

Chris Pugsley (Sandhurst), The Gallipoli Campaign

Pavlina Bobič (Ljubljana), Enemy at the Gates: “Radiant May” 1915 and Italy's Entry into the War

Matthias Strohn (Sandhurst), The Bavarian Infanterie-Leib-Regiment in the 12th Isonzo Battle and Beyond

15.10 Discussion

15.40 Coffee Break

16.00 Panel 3

Chair: Matthias Strohn (Sandhurst)

Igor Grdina (Ljubljana), Sense and Nonsense of the April War, 1941

Peter Lieb (Sandhurst), Anti-Partisan Warfare in a Multi-Ethnic Environment: The Operation Zone of the Adriatic Littorals 194345

Renato Podbersič (Ljubljana), Communist Rule Established in Slovenia during the Second World War

Andreja Valič (Ljubljana), May 1945: The End of the War? The Case of Slovenia

17.20 Discussion

17. 45 Hew Strachan: Concluding remarks

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