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SOURCES OF GLOBAL HISTORY SINCE 1900 is a primary source reader designed to supplement modern world history courses. It contains both textual and visual sources from around the world and features strong pedagogical learning aids to ensure students are equipped with the information needed to understand and appreciate each document.
- A thorough revision to reflect recent political and social changes. Over 22 text selections and new visual sources have been added to this edition.
- Chapter 1, "The Western World on the Eve of the Great War," is brand new, designed to address political, societal, and cultural changes that took place beginning in 1900.
- Within each source, the "Questions for Analysis" have been revised.
- "Questions for Analysis" appear within each source and ask students to consider different aspects of the given topics and encourage thoughtful discussion and study of important themes.
1. The Western World on the Eve of the Great War.
2. Asia, Africa, and Latin America in the Early 1900s.
PART II: DECADES OF WAR, ECONOMIC UPHEAVAL, AND REVOLUTION, 1914-1939.
3. World War I and Its Global Significance.
4. Decades of Crisis in the Western World and the Soviet Union.
5. Latin America in an Era of Economic Challenge and Political Change.
6. Colonial Africa.
7. Asia in an Era of Nationalism and Revolution.
PART III: FROM WORLD WAR II TO THE EARLY 1970S: DECADES OF CONFLICT, DECOLONIZATION, AND ECONOMIC RECOVERY.
8. World War II and its Aftermath.
9. The Industrialized West in an Era of Economic Growth and Social Change.
10. Worlds Apart: The Soviet Union, the Soviet Bloc, and China.
11. The Emergence of a Third World.
PART IV: CENTURY'S CLOSE: FROM COLD WAR TO GLOBALIZATION.
12. The 1970s and 1980s: Years of Challenge and Change.
13. The Century's Last Decade.