History

The history of the world from Charlemagne onwards.

History

The Cold War in Asia, 1945-75

The Cold War in Asia, 1945-75

In this course, Professor Kevin Ruane (Canterbury Christ Church University) discusses the Cold War in Asia. We begin by thinking about the atomic bombing of Japan in August 1945. Why did President Truman choose to use a weapon that he...

Prof. Kevin Ruane

Canterbury Christ Church University

History

Japan, 1853-1912

Japan, 1853-1912

In this course Dr Andrew Cobbing (University of Nottingham) explores Japan in the 19th century. We begin by thinking about what Japan was like under the Tokugawa shogunate, focusing in particular on the main social, economic and cultural developments from...

Dr Andrew Cobbing

Nottingham University

History

The Origins of the Cold War, 1941-55

The Origins of the Cold War, 1941-55

In this course, Dr Mathias Haeussler (University of Cambridge) explores the origins of the Cold War in Europe. We begin by providing a broad introduction to the Cold War itself – what it was, as well as its long-lasting political,...

Dr Mathias Haeussler

Cambridge University

History

International Relations in Europe, 1914-39

International Relations in Europe, 1914-39

In this course, Professor David Stevenson (London School of Economics) explores international relations in Europe in the period 1914-39. We begin by thinking about the origins of the First World War and the extent to which each of the major...

Prof. David Stevenson

London School of Economics

History

Russia: The Rule of Stalin, 1922-41

Russia: The Rule of Stalin, 1922-41

In this course, Dr Arfon Rees (University of Birmingham) thinks about Stalinist Russia in the period 1917-41. We begin by providing an overview of Russian history from the late 19th century up to the end of the Russian Civil War...

Dr Arfon Rees

Birmingham University

History

Russia: The End of Imperial Russia, 1894-1917

Russia: The End of Imperial Russia, 1894-1917

In this course, Professor Peter Waldron (University of East Anglia) explores the end of Tsarist Russia, tracing events from the beginning of Nicholas II's reign in 1894 to the Revolutions of 1917 that saw the rise of Lenin, Trotsky and...

Prof. Peter Waldron

University of East Anglia