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International Relations 1914-1995

Tony Rea and John Wright

Suitable for:  GCSE History students

Price:  £30.99

ISBN: 978-0-19-917167-5
Publication date: 30/01/1997
Paperback: 216 pages
Dimensions: 276x219mm

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This book provides the core content required by many of the new GCSE syllabuses. Strongly narrative in approach, there are also many visual and written sources to aid students' understanding of the topics covered. Key Stage 4.

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  • ...attractively written and illustrated book which will justifiably become a standard text for the foreseeable future. - Teaching History
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Table of Contents

1: An introduction to international relations in the twentieth century
Part One: The Old Order
2: The war to end all wars, 1914-1919
3: Peace making, 1919-1920
Part Two: Challenges to the Old Order
4: The League years, 1919-1936
5: The road to world war, 1933-1941
6: The war years, 1939-1945
Part Three: Towards a New World Order

7: World war to Cold War
8: Cold War to Détente
9: The USSR and Eastern Europe, 1945-1991
10: Towards a united Europe
Part Four: Case Studies in International Relations, 1945-1995
11: Britain's changing role in the world, 1945-1983
12: Vietnam, 1945-1975
13: The role of the United Nations
14: The Middle-East, 1948-1995
15: The impact of the two World Wars on Britain