The Twentieth Century World The Pupil's Book by Josh Brooman
  

The Twentieth Century World The Pupil's Book

Written by Josh Brooman
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Synopsis

The Twentieth Century World The Pupil's Book by Josh Brooman

Through the themes of war and change, Josh Brooman explores some of the important social, political and economic developments in the world after 1900. Also provides a combination of outline chapters and in-depth studies on British women at war, Nazi Germany and War, and the end of the Indian Empire.

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Format

Paperback
112 pages

Author

Josh Brooman
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Publisher

Longman an imprint of Pearson Education Limited

Publication date

27th February 1995

ISBN

9780582249752


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