Pritzker Military Library: Free military history lectures online
The Pritzker Military Museum and Library hosts lectures by military experts in their auditorium that are only available to members or people who pay admission to the museum ($5). Nearly every Saturday at 9:00AM, WTTW channel 11, airs an episode of Pritzker Military Presents which is a taping of these lectures. Usually it’s an author who comes on and talks about their latest book. TV schedule. Over 400 of the lectures that air on PBS are also available for free on the PMML website. Here.
Pritzker Military Library: Free military history lectures online – Examples of programming
Author James Holland returns to the Museum & Library to discuss the second book in his acclaimed War in the West trilogy on World War II.
A discussion about the history of the U.S. Army’s 85th Infantry Division with the Division’s Chief of Staff LTC Daniel Jaquint and Command Public Affairs Specialist MSG Anthony Taylor.
A discussion about the history of the ROTC and JROTC with guests Colonel Andy Morgado, Colonel Daniel L. Baggio (Retired), and Dr. Arthur Coumbe.
About the Pritzker Military Museum and Library
The PMML is a privately funded not-for-profit institution created by Colonel Jennifer Pritzker. The museum is about 40,000 square feet on two floors. They run exhibits of their artifacts and have a large military library. Anyone visiting is welcome to read books while there.