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Forging the modern world : a history / James Carter, Richard Warren.

By: Carter, James Hugh.
Contributor(s): Warren, Richard A, 1961-.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford Universty Press, c.2016Description: xv, 391 p. : ill. (chiefly col.), (col.) maps ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780199988563 (pbk.).Subject(s): History, Modern | History, Modern -- 20th century | | BAEPS, Political Science November2017Genre/Form: -- Text bookDDC classification: 909.08
Contents:
The many worlds of the 15th century, 1405-1510 -- The new global interface, 1486-1639 -- The paradoxes of early modern empire, 1501-1661 -- Production and consumption in the first global economy, 1571- 1701 -- Global war and imperial reform, 1655-1765 -- A new order for the ages, 1755-1839 -- The engines of industrialization, 1787-1868 -- Modernity organized, 1840-1889 -- Globalization and its discontents, 1878-1910 -- Total war and mass society, 1905-1928 -- The ongoing crisis of global order, 1919-1948 -- Hot wars, cold wars and decolonization, 1942-1975 -- The many worlds of the 21st century, 1972-2012.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

The many worlds of the 15th century, 1405-1510 -- The new global interface, 1486-1639 -- The paradoxes of early modern empire, 1501-1661 -- Production and consumption in the first global economy, 1571- 1701 -- Global war and imperial reform, 1655-1765 -- A new order for the ages, 1755-1839 -- The engines of industrialization, 1787-1868 -- Modernity organized, 1840-1889 -- Globalization and its discontents, 1878-1910 -- Total war and mass society, 1905-1928 -- The ongoing crisis of global order, 1919-1948 -- Hot wars, cold wars and decolonization, 1942-1975 -- The many worlds of the 21st century, 1972-2012.

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