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- The First World War in Perspective (Online)
This course seeks to explain why and how the First World war was fought, and to understand why its legacy remains relevant almost a century after it began
- Distractions, Destruction and Defeat: 13th Century Crusades
Pope Innocent III had high hopes when he called the Fourth Crusade, but the expedition changed course attacking Christian cities like Zara and Constantinople. This distraction set the tone for the subsequent crusades, which met with destruction and defeat
- The Wars of the Roses
The course investigates the aristocratic ‘gang-warfare’ that brought England to the brink of disaster in the 15th century.
- The Golden Age of the Romanovs
The 18th century was truly a Golden Age for the Romanovs, when two remarkable rulers converted Russia from a backward Asiatic principality to a European power of the first rank, whose military, cultural and architectural achievements stunned the world.
- War in North Africa and the Mediterranean, 1940-45
Italy’s entry into the Second World War in June 1940 opened a new phase of the conflict in which control of the Mediterranean (and the sea routes via Gibraltar, Malta and Suez) became of vital strategic significance.
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