Mark Tindle, manager of the Royal Logistic Corps Museum at Deepcut, has sent me the their 2016 lecture programme – click to expand the image below.
There are two highlights in this year’s lecture series,
- On Thursday 21st April, Professor Saul David’s talk on ‘Operation Thunderbolt: Flight 139 and the Raid on Entebbe Airport, the Most Audacious Hostage Rescue Mission in History’ on Thursday 21st April is sure to be popular. Prof David’s polished and engaging talk last year was just what you’d expect from acclaimed historian and broadcaster. Definitely one to book early.
- On Thursday 23 June, historian and biography Ainslie Hepburn’s lecture on ‘Herbert Sulzbach: The Man with a Big Heart’. Captain Herbert Sulzbach left an indelible impression on Anglo-German relations, earning the Iron Cross, the OBE and the Grand Cross of the German Federal Republic. Captain Sulzbach’s medal cluster, held in the museum, is one of the History of Surrey in 50 Objects.
All lectures start at 7:30pm, with the Museum’s doors opening at 7:00pm. A range of refreshments will be available. Tickets are £5.00, or £2.50 for Friends of the Museum.
To reserve places for any of the lectures, and for more information, please contact the Museum on 01252 833371 or at firstname.lastname@example.org. We at the Museum are looking forward to welcoming you here in the near future.