In 1870 war on a grand scale returned to Europe. The Franco-Prussian war demonstrated the might of the new Imperial Germany and created a divided, republican France. The years from the Franco-Prussian War to the First World War saw the rise of great empires as European power extended across the globe, and the development of rivalries between imperial powers. Modern feminism, racism, anti-Semitism and class conflict took on the forms which were to shape the twentieth century. The unit analyses those developments in a Europe on the road to war and revolution.
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