Texas Tech University

Hitler's Maladies and Their Impact on World War II

Dates:October 12, 2023
Meets:Th from 2:00 PM to 3:30 PM
Location:Texas Tech University Plaza Building 218
Cost: $15.00

There are 19 physical openings remaining.

Please note: this course requires membership in Abilene Membership or Fredericksburg Membership or Highland Lakes Membership or Jefferson Membership or Lubbock Membership

Toward the end of World War II, Hitler's many health complications became even more pronounced, making an evil man even more erratic and dangerous. Hutton's neurobehavioral analysis of Adolf Hitler draws from a lifetime of medical research and clinical expertise to understand how the dictator's particular medical history further warped a deformed personality and altered Hitler's decision-making.
Fee: $15.00

Fee Breakdown

CategoryDescriptionAmount
Course Fee (Basic)In-Person Fee$ 15.00
Course Fee (Alternate)Online Fee$ 10.00

Texas Tech University Plaza Building 218

1901 University Avenue
Lubbock, TX 79410

Tom Hutton

Tom Hutton, M.D., served as professor and vice chairman of Medical and Surgical Neurology at the Texas Tech School of Medicine, and later founded Neurology Associates of Lubbock along with The Neurology Research and Education Center at St. Mary’s Medical Center.

Tom Hutton

Tom Hutton, M.D., served as professor and vice chairman of Medical and Surgical Neurology at the Texas Tech School of Medicine, and later founded Neurology Associates of Lubbock along with The Neurology Research and Education Center at St. Mary’s Medical Center.

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