HIST 3790

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This course examines the long-term and immediate political, social, and cultural causes of World War I, its catastrophic prosecution, and its revolutionary consequences. Recurring themes are: the building of nation-states, the diplomatic and military systems of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries, mass mobilization, the development of mass violence, and the emergence of millenarian visions of the future.

When Offered Spring.

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