HIST 59000: Era of World Wars I and II
This course will analyze the causes, major campaigns, and legacy of the two major conflicts of the twentieth century. Participants will examine the rise of totalitarian dictatorships, in particular Nazi Germany and the Soviet Union. Emphasis is placed on the geo-political context of both world wars, including the ideological challenges to the Western liberal democracies, the advent of the United States as the critical great power, and the role of democratic, imperial and dictatorial leadership in both conflicts.
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Term: This is a Winter/Spring I course. Participants may register for one Full Semester course OR one course each in Winter/Spring I and Winter/Spring II.
Prerequisite: Qualified to teach content area
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