The course launched on Thursday 9th of May, Dr Adrian O'Sullivan, a former linguist in intelligence services and now a specialist in Second World War intelligence history delivered a lecture to introduce the new undergraduate degree. The degree itself contains an intelligence thread to its delivery, with modules such as the history of the British Intelligence Services during the Twentieth Century.

Head of School of Humanities, Graham Meeson said:

‘I am delighted with the introduction of this new course in Military History. It is fantastic to see the subject of History at BG going from strength to strength. The team have created a course which both plays to their areas of expertise and will give our students an excellent experience by allowing them to specialise in Military History.’

If you’re interested in finding more information about the course, head over to the BA (Hons) Military History Degree page.


24th May 2019

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