King’s College London

During my studies at Sciences Po Paris, I spent a year in the former capital of the greatest Empire the World has ever seen : London.
365 days exactly, from september 14th 2003 to september 13th 2004.

Here are the subjects I have studied at King’s College London:

CONDUCT OF WAR 
1st year course

– ESSAY Was XIX century war more than ‘a continuation of politics by other means’ ?

HISTORY OF THE BRITISH EMPIRE

2nd year course

– ESSAY What were the protagonists fighting about in the American War?

– ESSAY ‘WWI convincingly demonstrated the value of Empire to Britain.’ Discuss

WAR IN MODERN HISTORY

2nd year course

– ESSAY Why did Europe divide into two armed camps before 1914

– ESSAY Account for the collapse of the French Army in May and June 1940

STATE, SOCIETY AND STRATEGY

3rd year course

– NOTES Weinberger and Colin Powell’s Doctrine

– NOTES Clausewitz & Jomini

– ESSAY What do Bock’s words reveal about the top German Army commanders’ expectations regarding the nature of war?

INTELLIGENCE WARS, SECRET WARS

3rd year course

– PRESENTATION Was the failure of the Soviet Union before Barbarossa an intelligence failure, or something else?

During this year abroad, I conducted research on

– Carl von Clausewitz et Antoine-Henri de Jomini
– la Generalität dans la Wehrmacht
– la défaite française de mai-juin 1940
– l’Empire britannique face aux guerres (la guerre d’Indépendance américaine 1776-1783, la guerre des Boers 1899-1902, les deux Guerres Mondiales…)

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