The world at the beginning of 20th century, Alliance Politics between European states: 1839-1914, Colonialism, World War I: (a) Causes (b)War strategy (c) Effects The League of the Nations: Its failure and success, U.S foreign Policy of isolation and its role in WWI, Era of Peace Settlement 1919-1939, Foreign Policy of Britain, Germany, Italy, France between the two great wars, Rise of dictatorships in Europe: Nazism and Fascism, Policy of Appeasement in 1930s,World War II: 1939-1945 (a) Causes (b) War Strategy (c) Effects, Formation of UN, Challenges to UN.
This course is designed to inculcate a detailed understanding about the international affairs from 1914-1945. The two great wars remained the most important issue in this era. The main events in the shape of war, crisis, treaties and issues are the part of this course. This course intends to develop an historic context of European politics and the way states practically executed interstate relations.
Course Learning Outcomes
On successful completion of this course, students would be able to understand historiographical debates and application of theoretical approaches on practical politics. In addition to it, students would have an understanding of European political dynamics from 1914-1945.
World War II: After the War - The Atlantic
War Strategy of WWII
American War Strategy
The Economic Impact of World War II - The Balance
The formation of the UN
Book Title : World War II: A Beginner’s Guide
Author : Christopher Catherwood
Edition : NA
Publisher : Oneworld Publications, 2014
Book Title : The Origins of The Second World War
Author : A.J.P. Taylor
Edition : NA
Publisher : NA