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Preliminary Modern History Core Summary: The World at the Beginning of the 20th Century

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A complete set of summary notes for the core topic in preliminary modern history. Easy to understand due to the dot point format and they're separated into 5 easy & logical parts.

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Preliminary Modern History Core Summary: The World at the Beginning of the 20th Century
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Politics Political philosophy Political spectrum Left-wing politics Economic development Economic growth Industrialisation German Empire Liberalism Libertarian socialism Bourgeoisie
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Politics Political philosophy Political spectrum Left-wing politics Economic development Economic growth Industrialisation German Empire Liberalism Libertarian socialism Bourgeoisie
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• There were many reasons for empires and some include: to find new places to invest money, to increase a nation's income via trade, to increase prestige, political or military power, the belief they were bringing peace to the rest of the world and the belief that they were doing God’s work. • The most important difference between a primary and secondary source is the date it was created. Analysing sources properly can reduce confusion about the nature of a source. • Imperialism is: A policy of extending a country's power and influence through colonization, use of military force, or other means. • There are four types of imperialism: 1. Economic: Controlling key aspects of a less powerful nations economy 2. Colonial: Occupation and rule of a territory or colony by a foreign ...
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