HIST 364 : World Wars

This is a global history of the first half of the twentieth century with a focus on the First and Second World Wars. It links the military history of those conflicts with the impact of war on societies in the Americas, Europe, the Mediterranean, and Asia. The course examines related subjects such as modernity, nationalism, industrialization, race, empire, revolution, strategy, and the broader cultural currents of the age. Lectures and discussions offer an integrated approach to the study of force and diplomacy, war and society, and thelocal and global during the era of the World Wars.



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