FDR, Churchill, and World War II Leadership

World War II Leadership
Victor Davis Hanson

Victor Hanson, a professor emeritus of Classics at California State University, Fresno, lectured to a history class on Masters and Commanders at Hillsdale College. In this fall seminar in classical and military history Professor Hanson examined how leaders, both civilian officials and generals on the battlefield, conducted themselves in wartime. That day’s class focused on Franklin D. Roosevelt and Winston Churchill and how those very different American and British leaders learned to work together to defeat Nazi Germany.

This video first aired on C-SPAN on 13 November 2010. To view the lecture, which is 1 hour, 44 minutes, go to C-SPAN.org.

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