Travel to France with OCC!
The Battlefields of Europe Travel Seminar (HIST 251) provides an incredible nine-day guided historical and cultural adventure throughout France and Luxembourg. Participants will gain a deeper understanding of the two World Wars by visiting numerous “hot spots” (featuring D-Day beaches and memorials including Omaha and Utah Beach; Airborne Museum; and Coleville American Cemetery.) The trip will continue through Normandy with a guided tour of Mont. St. Michel, followed by three days in Paris, where participants will enjoy a cruise on the Seine and dinner in the Eiffel Tower, in addition to guided tours of the Louvre Museum; the Chateau of Versailles; and Montmartre.
The seminar will conclude in Luxembourg with stops at the Douaumont Ossuary in Verdun and the Bastogne War Museum.
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The travel portion of this seminar is scheduled over the OCC Winter Intersession; specifically January 4-14, 2016. Students can earn 3 credits in History/the Humanities. Members of the community are welcome to participate on a non-credit basis.
For information or an application, contact Robert Marchie, OCC Lecturer of History, at 732-255-0400 X2956, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration Deadline: August 15, 2015.