Please join us on Wednesday, January 20, 2021 to welcome our Guest Speaker, Dennis Molnar. He will address the Society on “Secrets, Truth and Corruption in Cuba’s Revolution & Nuclear Missile Crisis”.
History says Castro was the Revolution’s Leader and Kennedy avoided Nuclear War. But facts disagree. Who were the real Revolutionary Leaders; how did a Spy solve the Missile Crisis; and how did a 36 year-old stop Nuclear War? Learn about connections to Gambling, Movie Stars, Corruption, the Mafia, Kidnapping, Che Guevara and the Biggest Bribe in World History.
Dennis Molnar worked for, and was a Director of, a technology company that supplied satellite photo mapping systems for use by the Military. An Electronics Engineer by education, he visited Military Agencies on five continents, was in Iraq during the war with Iran, and in Libya during its 1980’s high tension with the USA. Having visited over 50 countries, he studied the role of maps in War History and decided to share his passion and knowledge as a Lecturer. Dennis specializes in telling captivating and intriguing stories of people and events that have helped shape our history.
Dennis received his MBA, became the Managing Director of a Technology Company, taught at the University of British Columbia, and has served on various Advisory and Boards of Directors (including the Churchill Society of British Columbia). For the past 20 years he has presented World War 2 and Cold War History to Businesses, Professional Groups, Museums, and Societies.
Date: Wednesday, January 20, 2021
Location: Online via Zoom
Time: Presentation will commence at 7:00 PM.
Cost: To be determined