Dulwich College GE Moore Lecture: ‘Dulwich in WW2: The Japanese connection and Enigma’
BBC News Correspondent Nick Higham will present a lecture on ‘Dulwich in WW2: The Japanese connection and Enigma’ on March 6th. Higham looks at the role of “the Course Boys” who assisted HM Government. Tix £10, 6.30-7pm drinks reception in the James Caird Hall with a working Enigma machine demo followed by the lecture from 7-8.30pm.
In 2019 Dulwich College celebrates its 400th anniversary and this event is part of their GE Moore Lecture Series organsed to mark this milestone! George Edward "G. E." Moore OM FBA was an influential philosopher born in Dulwich Wood Park and educated at Dulwich College. Previous GE Moore Lecture Series topics have included 'Shackleton and the James Caird' and 'Belief, Doubt and Aetheism in the age of Alleyn, Marlowe and Shakespeare' in October. 'Dulwich in WW2' will be the sixth in this series so far.