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Center for Study of War and Society hosting National Military History Conference

The University of Southern Mississippi Department of History's Center for the Study of War and Society is serving as primary host for the annual conference of the Society for Military History March 14-17 in New Orleans.

The 80th meeting of the society incorporates the theme "War, Society and Remembrance" and is also supported by local partners Southeastern Louisiana University and the National World War II Museum in New Orleans.

Southern Miss professor of history and Center Fellow Dr. Andrew Wiest will welcome attendees on the conference's opening day.

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