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OU Lecture 2005: Hitler's Place in History

Updated Wednesday, 27th April 2005

Sir Ian Kershaw delivers the first annual OU Lecture: What is Hitler's place in history?

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Sir Ian Kershaw delivers the first in a new series of annual Open University lectures, exploring the extraordinary influence of, and ongoing fascination with, Adolf Hitler.

The lecture is followed by a discussion, picking up on the key themes of Sir Ian's arguments.

First broadcast: Saturday 30 Apr 2005 on BBC FOUR





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