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Past Events

The National Churchill Library and Center hosts a number of interviews and lectures each season. Our past events are listed here below: 

An Evening with General David Petraeus 

Lincoln's Sense of Humor: A Double-Edged Sword 

The Big Stick by Eliot Cohen

On Tyranny: Twenty Lessons from the Twentieth Century 

Defeating Radical Islamic Terrorism 

Cabinet's Finest Hour: A Discussion with David Owen 

Franklin and Winston in the White House 

The State of the "Special Relationship"

Prince Charles: Passions and Paradoxes of an Improbable Life 

An Evening with Irish Ambassador to the United States, Daniel Mulhall 

Greater Gotham: A Discussion with Historian Mike Wallace 

Paris in the Present Tense 

The Dawn Watch: Joseph Conrad in a Global World 

Winston Churchill and the Flying Tigers

Politics and Leadership, Past and Present 

Regarding the European Union, What Would Winston Do?

Munich by Robert Harris 

Britain and the World: A Discussion with Sir Alan Duncan 

The Impossible Presidency: A Conversation with Jeremi Suri

The Square and the Tower: A Conversation with Niall Ferguson 

An Evening with Mary Branson

An Evening with David Rubenstein

Adam Smith: Father of Economics by Jesse Norman MP

If You Ask Me: Essential Advice From Eleanor Roosevelt By Mary Jo Binker

Sir Antony Beevor And The Battle Of Arnhem

Nigel West and Churchill's Spy Files

Before the Oath: A Conversation with Martha Joynt Kumar

Nursing Churchill: A Conversation with Author Jill Rose

Beyond Brexit

De Gaulle by Julian Jackson

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