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HUM 146 Conflict and Society in the 20th Century (1850 - 1918)




Course Description

Examine the role of conflict in society from the Crimean War to the Versailles Treaty. Focus on the ideas that produced social and political upheaval and its impact on various groups. Specific themes and topics to be addressed include: the first modern wars, the rise of Germany, the Great War, communism and the creation of the Soviet Union, and the restoration of democracy in Europe. Full multimedia lectures with rare photos and newsreel films of the era. No textbook required. Full multimedia lectures with rare photos and newsreel films of the era.  No textbook required.



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