Time-Distance-Mass: Soviet Strategy in World War II

March 15, 2017
4:35 PM
ASU Tempe campus, Schwada bldg (SCOB), room 201
Event Description: 

“Time-Distance-Mass: Soviet Strategy in World War II”
by Dr. Bruce Menning, Adjunct Professor, History & Russian and East European Studies, University of Kansas

Bruce Menning received his PhD in history from Duke University. He is a retired officer in the U.S. Army Reserve and a graduate of the Command and General Staff College (CGSC). Menning taught history at Miami University (Ohio) and strategy at CGSC. His research focuses on the military and society in Russia and the Soviet Union and the causes and consequences of military change. He has been a Secretary of the Army Fellow and has been awarded grants and fellowships from organizations including IREX, NEH, the Ford Foundation, and SSRC. Menning published Bayonets Before Bullets: The Imperial Russian Army, 1861-1914 with Indiana Press in 1992.

The event is free & open to the public and is sponsored by:
the ASU Melikian Center, 
the ASU School of International Letters and Cultures, and 
the ASU School of Politics and Global Studies.

Location - https://tours.asu.edu/tempe/schwada-building