Monday 8 July 2013, 6.15pm start, 9pm finish
Antony Beevor is a bestselling military historian and writer, whose books include Stalingrad and Berlin. His latest book, The Second World War, was published by Weidenfeld & Nicolson in 2012. On the night he'll discuss how the war affected individuals.
Roger Moorhouse is a historian and author who specialises in Nazi Germany and the Second World War. His most recent book is Berlin at War: Life and Death in Hitler's Capital, 1939–45 (Bodley Head, 2010). On the night he will discuss changing German attitudes towards the conflict
Antony Beevor and Roger Moorhouse will each deliver a 30-minute talk. Then there will be an audience discussion, followed by a chance to buy signed copies of Antony and Roger’s books
Terms and Conditions: BBC History Magazine reserves the right to replace the speakers with an alternative of equal stature in the unlikely event that any of them are unable to attend. Please let us know when booking of any special access requirements. Please have your subscriber number to hand when booking. Tickets are non-refundable and limited to 130 places. Driving to the lecture is not advised. Nearest London Underground station is Charing Cross