Lecture 2 of 6 - John "Lackland"
In the second part of this lecture series, Alan discusses how and why King John of England foolishly lost most of the land his predecessors had gained in just 4 years and earned the nickname John "Lackland"!
Tune in Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7 pm EDT for the next part of this lecture series.
Alan Morrice is an internationally acclaimed historian with almost 40 years of teaching experience who has given lectures in Britain, Austria, Hungary, Costa Rica, and many more countries. He graduated from Christ Church College, Canterbury, one of the most illustrious schools to learn to teach history in the world. His area of expertise is European history with a specialization in Hungarian history.
If you would like Alan to give a lecture at an educational institution or remotely or provide homeschool assistance to your kids in history, please contact his manager, Al Ulbrich, at alulbrich at gmail.com. Rates are negotiable.
Lastly, Alan is writing a book on Hungarian history and Hungary's role in world history. It is scheduled for release in June 2024. If you would like to pre-order copies, please contact Al.