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JAFD2601 Jan 2020 12:23 a.m. PST

This week there will be a C-SPAN 3 American History TV airing of this NYMAS talk from last February:

WEDNESDAY, JAN 1ST 4:35 PM -repeated Thursday, Jan 2nd at 4:35 AM
Gunpowder Manufacturing Between 1850-65
1 hour, 45 minutes

West Point history instructor Major David Lambert discussed how gunpowder was outsourced and manufactured in the mid-19th century. The New York Military Affairs Symposium hosted this event.

Repeated on JAN 2ND 6:00am

And this NYMAS talk from this December:

SATURDAY, Jan 04 2:15pm -repeated Sunday, Jan 05 at 6:00 AM

Japanese Perspective on World War II
1 hour, 45 minutes

William Paterson University history professor Theodore Cook talked about his book, "Japan at War: An Oral History." He discussed the Japanese perspective on World War II, leading up to the December 7th, 1941 attack on Pearl Harbor.

After airing on cable these talks with be available 24/7 at the C-SPAN Video Library.

The New York Military Affairs Symposium
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NYMAS is devoted to increasing public knowledge, awareness, and understanding of the interrelationship of war, society, and culture through the presentation and dissemination of diverse scholarly viewpoints.

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