History of Modern Europe


SUNY Polytechnic Institute

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    Fall 2023
  • Instructor
    George Whitton
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A political and social survey of the period 1815 present. Primary attention is given to the major Western European states and Russia. Central themes of the course include: the decline of aristocratic dominance and the attempts of first the middle, and then the lower classes, to gain control of society, the origins of World War I, the war itself and its aftermath, the rise of totalitarianism and the coming of World War II, the Cold War, new prosperity, and the global age.
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Course Area: History
Level: Lower Level Undergraduate
Dates: 08-28-2023 - 12-08-2023
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Instructor: George Whitton
Local Course ID: FA23_UTI_HIS150_1
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