Leadership and the French Mutinies of 1917

Tuesday  20 June  2017  6:30 PM    Tuesday  20 June  2017 7:30 PM
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Beginning in late May 1917, open mutiny swept through much of the French Army. Dr. Ethan Rafuse shares the remarkable feat of personal leadership of Henri Petain to restore discipline to the French Army and how this military uprising reflected deeper divisions in French society in 1917 and its enduring effect on France's history for decades to come. The John J. Pershing Lecture Series is presented in partnership with the Command and General Staff College Foundation. Cash Bar/Small plates available. FREE with RSVP | J.C. Nichols Auditorium

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