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Modern history 1920-1949

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Modern history 1920-1949 (V146): Historical studies of the period 1920-1949. Includes World War II studies.

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Type Title Description Keywords Full details
Document Course Outline

Overview of the course with weekly topics and bibliography

British history, European history, history and the novel view
Audio Q&A Researching the Period (1914-1953)

A question & answer session with historians Linda Parker and James Platt

British history, European history, World War One, World War Two, womens history, Church history view
Audio Quiz 1 - Answers

The answers to the first quiz.

World War One, World War Two, Vichy France, Russian Revolution, Stalin, Nazi Germany view
Audio Quiz 1: Historical Background

One of two quizzes on our period, this first one dealing with historical background.

First World War, Second World War, Vichy France, USSR, Weimar Germany, Soviet Union, birdsong, the plague, white guard, the reader, one day in the life of view
Audio Quiz 2 - Answers

Answers to the second and final of our two quizzes

the plague, birdsong, the reader, one day in the life of, white guard, World War One, World War Two, USSR, Nazi Germany, Vichy France view
Audio Quiz 2: the Novels

The 2nd of our 2 quizzes for the course, this time on Novels of the period

Russian Revolution, Stalin, Nazi Germany, Hitler, Occupied France, Vichy France, First World War, Second World War, birdsong, the plague, white guard, one day in the life of, the reader view
Link The Holocaust

This Open University unit explors the Holocaust, as the destruction of European Jewry is commonly known. The mass killing represented by the...

20th century, German history, Germany, Nazi Germany, European history view
Link The Weimar Republic and the Rise of the Nazis: Using images and films as historical evidence

We are familiar with seeing images and film in the media - on TV, the Internet, in magazine and newspaper editorial. This resource will use images...

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