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'History of Civilization II' is a course awarded by International Certificate of Christian Education on VerifyEd. General Overview 11 The Age of Absolutism: Forces at Work; Wars and their Results; European States; Intellectual and Religious Life 12 The Enlightenment: Early Philosophies; Philosophes' Reform Programs; Leading Philosophes; Enlightened Despots 13 The French Revolution and Napoleon: the Causes of the Revolution; the Early Revolution; the First French Republic; the Era of Napoleon 14 The Industrial Revolution: Background; Advances; Economic and Social Results; Intellectual Responses 15 The Search for Stability, 1800-1852: The Romantic Movement; the Congress of Vienna; the European Revolutions 16 Nationalism, Democracy and Imperialism, 1848-1914: The Ascendancy of Nationalism; the Growth of Democracy; the Impact of Imperialism 17 The First World War: Significance of the First World War; Preparation for the First World War; Outbreak of the First World War; the Peace Settlement 18 Troubled Peace, 1919-1939: The United States between two World Wars; the Rise of Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany; Failure of International Peace Movements 19 The Second World War: The Beginning of the Second World War; the Course of the Second World War; the Search for Peace 20 The Contemporary World: Contemporary Man in a Changing World; International Political Relationships; the Modern State of Israel

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