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Cameron Zinsou, Ph.D., is a lecturer of military history and the U.S. and European History at High Point University. Zinsou’s work focuses on the intersection of civil-military relations, occupation, and military strategy and operations of the Second World War.

Zinsou received his Ph.D. in History at Mississippi State University. He got his M.A. and B.A. in History at the University of North Texas. He is an active member of the Society for Military History and served as the Graduate Student Representative for the SMH from 2016-2018. He also received the Allan R. Millett Dissertation Research Fellowship Award for his dissertation, “Occupied: The Civilian Experience in Montélimar, 1939-1945” in 2017.

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