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(S4.E5.) Chpt. 5: Nationalism, Revolution, and Dictatorship: Between WWI and WWII

Welcome to another episode of Then and Now: World History During the Past Century. You can subscribe to the podcast series by clicking on the button in the right hand column. You can also listen to just this episode by clicking on the following web link, Download file

This podcast episode focuses on Chapter Five, Nationalism, Revolution, and Dictatorship. It examines the time period between WWI and WWII to better understand the consequences of WWI and how those helped to fuel WWII. It was obvious to everyone what Germany and Japan planned to do. Both of them wrote extensively of their plans. They invaded neighboring countries. But there was no significant intervention by the other major world powers.

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