History Group Meetings
Every third Monday of the month at 10 a.m. to 12 noon
at Harrow Arts Centre-- Belmont Room.
This group consists of a wide range of historical topics, presented mostly by members on their particular interest or expertise.
The topics include British and foreign subjects and also range from Ancient through to the Modern Period.
They also vary from the serious to the lighter hearted.
There is usually an opportunity to interact with questions and comments, a strong feature of U3A participation.
All are welcome.
The Spring Term topics are:
January 18th - Mike Allen, our Chairman, will enlighten us on two early Victorian political figures - Lord John Russell and Viscount Palmerston.
February 15th – Tony Richardson presents “After the War”. As we approach the 70th Anniversary of the launch of the NHS in July, a re-examination of those eventful years of major social and economic change in Britain amidst prolonged austerity.
March 21st – a visiting speaker. Cecil Reid, presents “Castille in the Middle Ages as a multi-cultural society”.
April 18th – another visitor, Noshir Avari, explains the background, history and culture of the Ancient Religion of Zoroastrianism.