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The Second World War

Examines the origins, course, and impact of the Second World War. Beginning with an investigation of the causes leading up to the war, it traces the conflict through the major military campaigns, giving attention to operations in Europe, North Africa and the Pacific. The course examines strategic, doctrinal, and technological developments as well as the war’s impact on civilian populations and the manner in which the conflict transformed selected economic, social, cultural and political realities of domestic life for the major combatants.

Credit Hours:
3
Course Number:
HIST 345
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