Part I. Different Types and Nature of 20th Century Warfare: 1. Civil; 2. Guerilla; 3. Limited war, total war; Part II. Origins and Causes of War: 4. Long-term and short-term and immediate causes; 5. Economics, ideological, political and religious causes; Part III. Nature of 20th Century Wars: 6. Technological developments, tactics and strategies, air, land and sea; 7. Home front: economic and social impact (including changes in the role and status of women); 8. Resistance and revolutionary movements; Part IV. Effects and Results of War: 9. Peace settlements and wars ending without treaties; 10. Attempts at collective security and pre-and post- Second World War; 11. Political repercussions and territorial changes; 12. Post-war economic problems; Part V. For Detailed Study: 13. WW1 (1914-18); 14. WW2 (1939-45); 15. Africa: Algerian War (1954-62), Nigerian Civil War (1967-70); 16. Americas: Falklands/Malvinas War (1982), Nicaraguan Revolution (1976-9); 17. Asia and Oceania: Indo Pakistan Wars (1947-9, 1965, 1971), Chinese Civil War (1927-37 AND 1946-9); 18. Europe and Middle East: Spanish Civil War (1936-9), Iran-Iraq War (1980-88), Gulf War (1991).
An exciting new series that covers the five Paper 2 topics of the IB 20th Century World History syllabus.