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The Guardian newspaper chronicles the major historical events of the twentieth century with transcriptions of its newspaper articles of the time. Arranged by decade, contemporary reports of the news items such as the sinking of the Titanic, The Russian Revolution, the rise of Fascism, the Cold War and Chernobyl can be read
The Department of Special Collections in the University of Wisconsin-Madison has extensive online material on life in Italy under fascism, an exhibition held at the University in 1998. The display is grouped into topics including fascism as a political concept, education, Mussolini (Il Duce), propaganda, family life, race, women and opposition to fascism.
The period between 1750 and 1918 was a time of great political, social and economic change. The very fabric of human society and thought was shifting in profound ways. In this program we dig deep into history to examine the major shifts from Imperialism to Nationalism, Capitalism to Egalitarianism. Featuring leading academics and clear explanations, this program consolidates a huge amount of information, putting it into context with excellent examples. Focusing on the British Empire and the slow loosening of her grip on the world, we see just how our modern world was formed