NEW ORLEANS — Thanks to a generous gift from our sponsor Pritzker Military Museum and Library, The National WWII Museum is thrilled to offer the March 5-6, 2021, International Conference on World War II 100% virtually and completely free of charge.
This exclusive,one-time-only, free, virtual program will continue the tradition of bringing robust educational sessions from world-renowned speakers to our audience, this time in an easily accessible, online format. These sessions will be streamed live, and recorded sessions will be available on-demand after they air.
Check out the detailed conference schedule so you can be sure not to miss your favorite speakers or sessions.
Please note, the museum anticipates hosting their next International Conference on World War II in November 2021 in person at The National WWII Museum and The Higgins Hotel & Conference Center.
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ABOUT THE CONFERENCE
The National WWII Museum in New Orleans has hosted The International Conference on World War II since 2006—bringing together the best and brightest scholars, authors, historians, and witnesses to history from around the globe to discuss key battles, personalities, strategies, issues, and controversies of the war that changed the world. In addition to the many returning presenters, the Conference Planning Committee makes an effort to invite new historians each year to share their latest findings.
Joining the featured speakers are hundreds of attendees who travel from all over the world to learn more about this epic event. With an emphasis on nonacademic presentations and encouraging presenters to be more conversational than presentational, the Conference strives to connect with the audience through engaging discussions, question and answer periods, book signings, and receptions throughout the weekend.
With the generous and continued support of the Museum’s longstanding partner and Conference presenting sponsor, the Pritzker Military Museum & Library, The International Conference on World War II remains the world’s leading convention of WWII experts, students, and enthusiasts.