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HIST 285 - Twentieth-Century Europe: Hitler Versus Stalin

4.00 credit hours
An examination of Europe since 1918 with special emphasis on the rise and fall of Hitler’s and Stalin’s regimes. This course suggests that Europe’s interaction with the world in the twentieth history was defined by the experience and consequences of the Second World War. Major topics include the Holocaust, Decolonization, and the Cold War.

Cardinal Directions Designation(s): Social Sciences, Ethical Dimensions.
iCon(s): Challenging Inequity, Experiencing Place.


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