London (Hampstead) U3A - Wednesday European History Talks

Timetable updated 12/10/2019

We meet on Wednesday mornings at 11:40 in Room 2.21 in the Old Town Hall.

We suggest you bookmark this page which is always up-to-date. Talks are given by Ken Baldry.

Autumn Term 2019

Oct 16th
Oct 23rd
Oct 30th
Nov 6th
Nov 13th
Nov 20th
Nov 27th
Dec 4th
Dec 11th

Spring Term 2020

Jan 15th
Jan 22nd
Jan 29th
Feb 5th
Feb 12th
Feb 19th
Feb 26th
Mar 4th
Mar 11th
Mar 18th
Mar 25th
Apr 1st

Summer Term 2020

Apr 29th
May 6th
May 13th
May 20th
May 27th
June 3th
June 10th
June 17th
June 24th
July 1st
July 8th
July 15th

The Greek (Byzantine) Empire from 628 to 750
Charlemagne and the Holy Roman Empire to 924
Italy from the Fall of Rome to 967
England from 800 until the Norman Conquest
Greeks and Arabs from 780 to 888
The Vikings from 792 to 1066
Venice to 1162
Spain from 759 to 1109
Greeks and Arabs from 888 to 1072

France from 920 - 1108 & Holy Roman Empire to about 1025
Forgotten Peoples
The Normans in England from 1066 to 1135
From 1027 and 1st Crusade
Scotland from David I to David II
12th Century 1
12th Century 2
Holy Orders
Henry II of England
Iberia 1109 - 1217
The Kingdom of Jerusalem & 3rd Crusade
12th Century 3

The Worst Crime of the Middle Age & King John of England
More Crusades
Points East - The rise of the Mongols, their conquests in Asia & invasion of Europe
Scandinavia & France to 122
King Henry III of England with something about Art & Matthew Paris
Iberia 1212 - 1285
Traders - The Hanseatic League & Marco Polo, part one
More Mongols & Marco Polo, part two
The Eastern Front 1240 to 1339 - Russia, Poland, Hungary, the Byzantines and the Tartars
King Edward I of England & King Philip IV of France
Scandinavia to 1375
Iberia 1285 to 1350ish

Contact: Ken Baldry at 17 Gerrard Road, Islington, London N1 8AY Telephone +44(0)20 7359 6294 or e-mail him
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