Course Description

European History

HIEU 5312

Era of the World Wars, 1914-1945

Spring 2017

A study of the major countries of Europe in the era of the  two world wars (1914-1945), with special attention to international relations, and political, economic, and social developments.  The course will emphasize Germany, France, and England, but can accommodate other interests as well.  Most suitable for third- and fourth- year students with some background in modern history as well as graduate students.  There will be weekly meetings to discuss readings, but no final exam.  One student will lead off discussion each week.  Students signing up for HIEU 5312 will in most cases write a bibliographical paper covering their readings during the term.  Students seeking credit for  HIEU 4501 and needing to satisfy the second writing requirement will have to produce three short papers on subjects of their choice.


Course Type:
Lecture
Maximum Enrollment:
6

Corcoran Department of History
University of Virginia
Nau Hall - South Lawn
Charlottesville, VA 22904

  

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