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Lunchtime Lecture Video Theatre


Certain of the Royal United Services Institute of New South Wales Lunchtime Lectures have been recorded on video. They are listed below, please click on the thumbnail or access button to view.




Lunchtime Lecture 27 February 2018
Speaker: Professor James Curran
Subject: Australia and Trump's USA
45 minutes 17 seconds


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Lunchtime Lecture 27 June 2017
Speaker: Lieutenant Colonel Peter Sweeney
Subject: Battle of the Coral Sea
37 minutes 33 seconds


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Lunchtime Lecture 31 January 2017
Speaker: Dr David Leece
Subject: Sun Tzu to Giáp: GRAND masters of strategy and their contemporary relevance
37 minutes 33 seconds


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Lunchtime Lecture 18 December 2015
Speaker: Brigadier Philip Bridie
Subject: From mountaineer to dog-face soldier: an Australian's perspective of operations with the United States Army in Afghanistan in 2014 as Deputy Commanding General in Regional Command – East
37 minutes 33 seconds


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Lunchtime Lecture 29 April 2010
Speaker: Peter Ewer
Subject: Forgotten ANZACs: the campaign in Greece, 1941
48 minutes 32 seconds


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