In April, The Camden County College Department of History and political Science Hosted a Community Lecture on the Situation in Ukraine in 2022.
We discussed Russian and Soviet History,
We discussed Ukrainian History since 1991,
We discussed International Relations and International Institutions,
and then I had the last topic "What Might Happen Next."
This vid is that part of the lecture evening (expanded from its 18m original form). Unfortunately, the evening in its entirety was not recorded.
So I made this special video just for you. I hope you like it.
Baltic Wars: Scandinavia from 1520 - 1809 (and before and beyond) is a new season of Great Big History Podcast. In Baltic Wars we are going to talk about the Murders, the Wars, the Heroes, the Villains of North and Eastern Europe.
In this episode we look at how a revolt in the South Eastern Ukraine sparked a larger war and then a Russian Invasion which set off Western intervention in the Baltic. We Look at the Time of Troubles, Poland-Lithuania's army, a genocide of Jewish settlers which was a precursor to ethnic violence for the next 400 years. We look at battles won and lost and treaties signed but never carried out. And we set up the wars to come in the 1650s and beyond.
you can find my book on Sweden in the 1650s in the link at the top of the webpage or through the link here (Invasions, Insurgency and Interventions: Sweden's wars in the 1650s)
Christopher Gennari, Ph.D is a Full Professor of History at Camden County College.