The Resource A history of the world in the twentieth century, [by] D.C. Watt, Frank Spencer [and] Neville Brown

A history of the world in the twentieth century, [by] D.C. Watt, Frank Spencer [and] Neville Brown

Label
A history of the world in the twentieth century
Title
A history of the world in the twentieth century
Statement of responsibility
[by] D.C. Watt, Frank Spencer [and] Neville Brown
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
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Watt, Donald Cameron
Illustrations
  • illustrations
  • maps
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1941-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Spencer, Frank
  • Brown, Neville
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
  • History, Modern
  • History, Modern
Label
A history of the world in the twentieth century, [by] D.C. Watt, Frank Spencer [and] Neville Brown
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • PART ONE: 1899-1918: D.C. WATT: SECTION ONE: THE WORLD ON THE EVE OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: EUROPE AT ITS ZENITH: Chapter I: Europe and the external world -- Chapter II: Europe at home -- Chapter III: The impact of Europe on the external world: the areas of activity and progress -- Chapter IV: The impact of Europe on the external world: the areas of reaction and inactivity -- SECTION TWO: THE GREAKDOWN OF THE EUROPEAN SYSTEM: Chapter V: The nature of the European system -- Chapter VI: The diplomatic revolution. Stage I: the isolation of Germany, 1899-1904 --Chapter VII: The diplomatic revolution. Stage II: the weakening of the Franco-Russian Alliance, 1904-1905 -- Chapter VIII: Europe turns on itself: the weakening of the dual alliance, 1906-1909 -- Chapter IX: Europe turns on itself: the Anglo-German crisis, 1909-1912 -- Chapter X: The breakdown of the system, 1912-1914 -- SECTION THREE: THE WAR OF 1914-1918: Chapter XI: The onset of war -- Chapter XII: The Great War: the disappearance of victory, 1914-1916 -- Chapter XIII: Total war and the self-mutilation of Europe, 1916-1917 -- Chapter XIV: 1918-Victory and the collapse of Europe
  • PART TWO: 1918-1945: FRANK SPENCER: Chapter I: Introductory -- SECTION ONE: THE POSTWAR ERA: Chapter II: The making of Versailles Europe -- Chapter III: The European states after 1918 -- Chapter IV: The external world -- Chapter V: Years of Hope -- Chapter VI: Years of depression -- SECTION TWO: FROM THE FIRST NEW DEAL TO THE SECOND WORLD WAR: Chapter VII: The New Deal and the Americas -- Chapter VIII: The extension of Japanese aggression -- Chapter IX: South-east Asia, India, Ceylon and Australasia -- Chapter X: Africa and the Middle East -- The death of Versailles Europe -- Chapter XII: The Soviet and Nazi terrors -- SECTION THREE: THE SECOND WORLD WAR: Chapter XIII: The war begins in Europe -- Chapter XIV: The widening of the conflict: the roads to Moscow and Pearl Harbor -- Chapter XV: The global war begins -- Chapter XVI: From Stalingrad to the second front -- Chapter XVII: From the second front to Japans surrender
  • PART THREE: 1945-1963: NEVILLE BROWN: Chapter I: The march of science -- Chapter II: Economic change -- SECTION ONE: FROM HIROSHIMA TO PANMUNJOM: Chapter III: Russia under Stalin -- Chapter IV: Eastern Europe -- Chapter V: The creation of two Germanies -- Chapter VI: Western Europe revives -- Chapter VII: China and Japan -- Chapter VIII: Southern Asia -- Chapter IX: The Middle East and Africa -- Chapter X: The Western Hemisphere -- Chapter XI: Korea -- SECTION TWO: FROM PANMUNJOM TO VENUS: Chapter XII: Russia since Stalin -- Chapter XIII: National roads to Communism -- Chapter XIV: Interdependence in Western Europe -- Chapter XV: The emergence of the East -- Chapter XVI: a zone of instability -- Chapter XVII: South from the Himalayas -- Chapter XVIII: From the Caspian to the Nile -- Chapter XIX: Pan-Africa? -- Chapter XX: Latin America -- Chapter XXI: The United States since Korea -- Chapter XXII: The Commonwealth since 1945 -- Chapter XXIII: The United Nations: Epilogue
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
864 pages
Lccn
68002211
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps (some color)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00391446
  • (OCoLC)ocm00391446
Label
A history of the world in the twentieth century, [by] D.C. Watt, Frank Spencer [and] Neville Brown
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographies
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • PART ONE: 1899-1918: D.C. WATT: SECTION ONE: THE WORLD ON THE EVE OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY: EUROPE AT ITS ZENITH: Chapter I: Europe and the external world -- Chapter II: Europe at home -- Chapter III: The impact of Europe on the external world: the areas of activity and progress -- Chapter IV: The impact of Europe on the external world: the areas of reaction and inactivity -- SECTION TWO: THE GREAKDOWN OF THE EUROPEAN SYSTEM: Chapter V: The nature of the European system -- Chapter VI: The diplomatic revolution. Stage I: the isolation of Germany, 1899-1904 --Chapter VII: The diplomatic revolution. Stage II: the weakening of the Franco-Russian Alliance, 1904-1905 -- Chapter VIII: Europe turns on itself: the weakening of the dual alliance, 1906-1909 -- Chapter IX: Europe turns on itself: the Anglo-German crisis, 1909-1912 -- Chapter X: The breakdown of the system, 1912-1914 -- SECTION THREE: THE WAR OF 1914-1918: Chapter XI: The onset of war -- Chapter XII: The Great War: the disappearance of victory, 1914-1916 -- Chapter XIII: Total war and the self-mutilation of Europe, 1916-1917 -- Chapter XIV: 1918-Victory and the collapse of Europe
  • PART TWO: 1918-1945: FRANK SPENCER: Chapter I: Introductory -- SECTION ONE: THE POSTWAR ERA: Chapter II: The making of Versailles Europe -- Chapter III: The European states after 1918 -- Chapter IV: The external world -- Chapter V: Years of Hope -- Chapter VI: Years of depression -- SECTION TWO: FROM THE FIRST NEW DEAL TO THE SECOND WORLD WAR: Chapter VII: The New Deal and the Americas -- Chapter VIII: The extension of Japanese aggression -- Chapter IX: South-east Asia, India, Ceylon and Australasia -- Chapter X: Africa and the Middle East -- The death of Versailles Europe -- Chapter XII: The Soviet and Nazi terrors -- SECTION THREE: THE SECOND WORLD WAR: Chapter XIII: The war begins in Europe -- Chapter XIV: The widening of the conflict: the roads to Moscow and Pearl Harbor -- Chapter XV: The global war begins -- Chapter XVI: From Stalingrad to the second front -- Chapter XVII: From the second front to Japans surrender
  • PART THREE: 1945-1963: NEVILLE BROWN: Chapter I: The march of science -- Chapter II: Economic change -- SECTION ONE: FROM HIROSHIMA TO PANMUNJOM: Chapter III: Russia under Stalin -- Chapter IV: Eastern Europe -- Chapter V: The creation of two Germanies -- Chapter VI: Western Europe revives -- Chapter VII: China and Japan -- Chapter VIII: Southern Asia -- Chapter IX: The Middle East and Africa -- Chapter X: The Western Hemisphere -- Chapter XI: Korea -- SECTION TWO: FROM PANMUNJOM TO VENUS: Chapter XII: Russia since Stalin -- Chapter XIII: National roads to Communism -- Chapter XIV: Interdependence in Western Europe -- Chapter XV: The emergence of the East -- Chapter XVI: a zone of instability -- Chapter XVII: South from the Himalayas -- Chapter XVIII: From the Caspian to the Nile -- Chapter XIX: Pan-Africa? -- Chapter XX: Latin America -- Chapter XXI: The United States since Korea -- Chapter XXII: The Commonwealth since 1945 -- Chapter XXIII: The United Nations: Epilogue
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
864 pages
Lccn
68002211
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations, maps (some color)
System control number
  • (OCoLC)00391446
  • (OCoLC)ocm00391446

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