1941 Operation Barbarossa: Through the Lens of a German Soldier
Presentation and Discussion

Monday, June 21, 2021  ::  12:30 p.m.
Virtual: A link will be shared with registrants via email prior to the event

Join us on the 80th anniversary of Operation Barbarossa for an examination of the operation that ultimately changed the course of the Second World War, as viewed from the photographic lens of a German soldier.

Presented by Dr. Stephan Jacobs, Associate Professor of Art; Dr. Melanie Murphy, Associate Professor of History; Dr. Petros Vamvakas, Associate Professor of Political Science; and Nathaniel Worthington Spencer '20.

Note: Participation in this event is free, but a $15 donation is encouraged to the Emmanuel College Coronavirus (COVID-19) Emergency Response Fund.

About Operation Barbarossa
On June 22, 1941, more than 3 million German and Axis troops invaded the Soviet Union along an 1,800-mile-long front, launching Operation Barbarossa. It was Germany’s largest invasion force of the war, representing some 80 percent of the Wehrmacht/German armed forces, and one of the most powerful invasion forces in history. (Source: History.com)

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Monday June 21
12:30 PM - 2:00 PM
1941 Operation Barbarossa
Through the Lens of a German Soldier
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