History Group Meetings
Every third Monday of the month at 10 a.m. to 12 noon
at Harrow Arts Centre-- Canons 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.
HISTORY GROUP SUMMER PROGRAMME
Mondays at 10am in the Canons Room at Harrow Arts Centre
May 15th Mary Salinsky returns to present
THE KING JAMES TRANSLATION OF THE BIBLE
A Literary Masterpiece produced by a Committee.
June 19th John Matlin (Lecturer -American Politics and Modern History)
AMERICAN JEWISH GANGSTERS
July 17th Robert Jones-Owen (Retired History Teacher)
THE RUSSIAN REVOLUTIONS OF FEBRUARY AND OCTOBER 1917
How will they be remembered in this Centenary Year?
August 21st Christine Coates (A visiting speaker)
THE GENERAL STRIKE
10 eventful days in May 1926