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  • ISBN13 978-0335075836
  • Language English
  • Publisher Open University Press (January 1981)
  • Pages 120
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Conflicts between those who wished to change and improve European societies and political structures and those who longed to preserve existing institutions dominated the politics of the nineteenth century. The last part of the course examines the causes and consequences of the First World War, the experience of communism in the Soviet Union, Nazism and the Second World War, decolonization, and post-war efforts at European integration. 2 Learning Outcomes: Students who pass this class will be able to:. Explain the causes and consequences of, and relationships between, key events and processes.