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So we finally come to it: the war to end all wars. Well, not really. We still have WWII, the Cold War, the Bosnian Conflict, etc. However, WWI may take the cake for the most brutal conflict of the century. A combination of new technology (including the dreaded gas artillery […]
Role of Interfaces in Environmental Protection

Project Management and Engineering Research, 2014: Selected Papers from the 18th International AEIPRO Congress held in Alcañiz, Spain, in 2014 (Lecture Notes in Management and Industrial Engineering)


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Ah, the Russian Revolution. The Russian people get a bit of freedom and democracy after centuries of toil under the czars, only to lose that freedom to another near-century of toil under the Bolsheviks. You will hear about Rasputin, one of the weirdest and creepiest men in Russian history (and […]

The Philippine Islands


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After WWI, all of Europe was, for lack of a better phrase, freaking out. Paranoid, sneaky, and deceitful, the European leaders had their own agendas to make their country the top dog. Fortunately, there was great literature and some great (and some stupid) art to save the masses from the thoroughly […]

Ch. 28 Age of Anxiety



Britain and the Holocaust: Remembering and Representing War and Genocide (The Holocaust and its Contexts)
In this Podcast, we will discuss some of the vilest, most despicable, and most influential men of the 20th century: Mussolini, the would-be emperor of a revitalized Rome who was rumored to be afraid of cats. Stalin, the former seminary student who would purge and “disappear” as many as 20 […]
Crime and Law in England, 1750–1840

Ch. 29 WWII and the Rise of the Dictators