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AU WWII Study Tour Open to the Public

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  Original Published: 9/19/2013Ashland University offering the public the opportunity to experience the rich history of World War II as part of the study tour Europe Ablaze. An informational meeting about the tour was held Wednesday in the Ashbrook Center. Dr. John Moser, professor of history at Ashland University, and Eric Pullin, assistant professor of history at Carthage College, will lead a study group for 13 days in June of 2014 to locations important to World War II. "We will visit the Royal Air Force Museum, Cabinet War Rooms in the Churchhill Museum, The Imperial War Museum, Battle of Britain's Operation Room and many more locations," Moser said. The program cost $3,906 and that includes the airfare, accommodations, meals, admission to sites and in-country transportation. The trip cost does not include expenses for passport, trip cancellation and interruption insurance and personal expenses. Two more informational meetings about the trip will be held on Oct.15 and Oct. 16 in the Ashbrook Center at 4 p.m.
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