2018 From Reason to Revolution Conference

Conference
29/04/2018
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Helion and Company are proud to announce the 2018 From Reason to Revolution Conference. This will be taking place at York Army Museum in the heart of historic York, UK.

SUNDAY 29 APRIL  9.30AM TO 5PM

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Helion and Company are proud to announce the 2018 From Reason to Revolution conference, generously supported by the Society for Army Historical Research. The theme of this inaugural conference is Command and Leadership, and we have a wide range of speakers covering topics, events and personalities from the 1740s through to the Napoleonic Wars.

It is intended that the day will offer a stimulating and informative environment, facilitating research and promoting interest in this often-overlooked era. Many of the speakers are published authors of works in the From Reason to Revolution series, or are working towards some of our future titles. Drinks will be available through the day, a buffet lunch will be provided, and we will be launching new publications on the day with special introductory offers.

Many of the speakers are published authors of works in the From Reason to Revolution series, or are working towards some of our future titles:

WILL RAFFLE – Everyone’s an Expert: Specialist Knowledge and Leadership in the French Army in North America 1755-1760

TOBIAS ROEDER – ‘He did his part as a brave officer’: Notions of Professional Officering and Leadership in the Habsburg Army 1740-1790

DR MARK THOMPSON – Portuguese Engineer Officers in  the Peninsular War ARRAN JOHNSTON – Jacobite High Command in the ‘45

DR JONATHAN OATES – The Duke of Cumberland and the ’45: From Defeat to Victory

CAROLE DIVALL – Generalship in the Flanders Campaign  of 1793-1795

DR JACQUELINE REITER – ‘So incompetent a brigadier’  (… or not?): Lord Chatham at the Helder, 1799

YVES MARTIN – The Leadership of the Army of the Orient, 1798-1801

Order tickets online £30 per person (including lunch and refreshments all day) or order direct from the series editor Andrew Bamford via email andrewbamford18@gmail.com or phone 0121 705 3393.

Details of the venue are available at www.yorkarmymuseum.co.uk.

 YORK ARMY MUSEUM, 3A TOWER ST, YORK YO1 9SB

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