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Delve into a collection of rare, historic documents with Allen Packwood, OBE

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Gain insight into some of history’s most important World War II-era documents—including the papers of Sir Winston Churchill, the first draft of the Atlantic Charter and the founding charter of the United Nations. Join Allen Packwood, OBE, MPhil (Cantab), Director of the Churchill Archives Centre at the University of Cambridge’s Churchill College, for an encore presentation of his illuminating lecture titled “What the Papers Say.” Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about the significance of key moments in history and how they transformed both British society and international relations.

Gain insight into some of history’s most important World War II-era documents—including the papers of Sir Winston Churchill, the first draft of the Atlantic Charter and the founding charter of the United Nations. Join Allen Packwood, OBE, MPhil (Cantab), Director of the Churchill Archives Centre at the University of Cambridge’s Churchill College, for an encore presentation of his illuminating lecture titled “What the Papers Say.” Take advantage of this opportunity to learn about the significance of key moments in history and how they transformed both British society and international relations.

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