New York Historical Society

Eisenhower and the Cold War

April 02, 2016 | 9:00 am | Center for the Study of America and the West

About the Event

J BlackDuring the Eisenhower presidency, a conflict escalated that was unlike any previous war. The Cold War became a clash on cultural, ideological, and diplomatic fronts. Military historian Jeremy Black reconsiders the traditional Cold War narrative, focusing on President Eisenhower’s involvement. Black is the author of over 100 books on military and diplomatic history — most recently, Geopolitics and the Quest for Dominance and The Cold War: A Military History.


Venue

New York Historical Society

170 Central Park West
New York. NY. US. 10024


Registration

9:00 registration and continental breakfast; 9:30 lecture; 10:30 Q&A; 11:00 adjournment.

For tickets and registration information, call (212) 873-3400 or visit the program page on the NYHS Website.

Discounted tickets are available to FPRI Members. Please contact Eli Gilman at 215-732-3774 ext. 103 or egilman@fpri.org.


Speakers

Jeremy Black

Jeremy Black - Jeremy Black, a Senior Fellow at the Foreign Policy Research Institute, is Professor of History at Exeter University.