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Introduction to World History

HIST 125 Lecture 11: 11/30 notes on Iran
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Iran leaders - Rules until 1941: Reza Shah ~ Reuter conce...

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HIST 125 Lecture 10: 11/28 Lecture- The Iranian Revolution
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Importance of the Iranian Revolution: Oil, Cold War, Islamic Pol...

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HIST 125 Lecture 9: November 14th Lecture: The Cold War's Hot Spots- Latin America as a Case Study
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Origins of the Cold War: Yalta Conference (1945): conference where...

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HIST 125 Lecture 8: November 7 Lecture: Rise of the US and WWII
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Post WWI Structure of International Finance - War debts (Fran...

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HIST 125 Lecture 7: October 31 Lecture_ Nations, States and Empires in the Era of the First World War
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Crisis of modernity - Elements of modernity were called into ...

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HIST 125 Lecture 5: Oct 17 Lecture- -High Imperialism- 1870-1900
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Fossil fuels stored more energy than what is available from oth...

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HIST 125 Lecture 6: Oct 24 Lecture- Anti-Imperialism, Inequality and the Rise of Japan
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1641- Dutch merchants were allowed to work from an artificial is...

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HIST 125 Lecture 5: Hist125-9-26-17

Slave trade did not depopulate Africa. Africa is huge, and despite ...

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HIST 125 Lecture 4: hist125 9-19-17

Midterm – One part is to identify and explain the significance of...

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HIST 125 Lecture 4: Sept. 26 Lecture Independence Movements in the Atlantic World 1750-1830
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● ​ ​​ ​Atlantic​ ​Slave​ ​Trade - 12​ ​and​ ​a​ ​half​ ​milli...

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