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Topics include: Recovery and Expansion, 1300-1600; The Renaissance, 1350-1550; The Reformation, 1500-1600; The Rise of Sovereignty, 1600-1715; The Scientific Revolution during the Seventeenth Century; The Enlightenment: A Cultural Movement during the Eighteenth Century; Social Transformation and Statebuilding in the Eighteenth Century; The French Revolution and the Rise of Napoleon, 1789-1799; The Fall of Napoleon and the Post-Napoleonic Era, 1800-1848; The Second Industrial Revolution, 1820-1900; The Rise of New Ideologies in the Nineteenth Century; Nationalism and Statebuilding, 1848-1900; Mass Politics and Imperialism in Africa and Asia, 1860-1914; Politics of the Extreme and World War I, 1870-1918; The Interwar Years and World War II, 1918-1945; and, The Cold War and Beyond, 1945-Present.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
Weight: 621 g
Dimensions: 269 x 223 x 20 mm
Edition: 3rd Revised edition