The Great War and the Making of the Modern World

— HIST 291 (3)

Probes the history of the First World War from a number of perspectives: military, economic, strategic, diplomatic, religious and cultural. The intent is to understand more fully the reasons why the war broke out in 1914, how it was fought over the succeeding four years, the varied impact it had on the countries and societies involved and its wide-ranging and longstanding impact on world affairs.
Course Code: HIST 291 | Credit Hours: 3 | Undergraduate Course

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