How has the world changed in the last century? As we look back across a hundred years of turbulence, Clive Ponting provides a major reassessment of what the twentieth century hgas meant to people throughout the world. THE PIMLICO HISTORY OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY analyses the fundamental forces of population, industry and their consequences for the environment. it traces the rise and full of empires, the impact of nationalism, examines domestic politics from all political persepctives, and considers the darker side of history in the growing repressive power of states across the world and the most terrible of twentieth-century crimes - genocide. THE PIMLICO HISTORY OF THE TWENTIETH CENTURY is a provocative and challenging analysis of the whole world in the twentieth century, combining a global sweep with an eye for detail and individual experiences.
Random House; May 2011
- ISBN: 9781409002826
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- Title: Pimlico History Of 20th Century
- Author: Clive Ponting
Imprint: Vintage Digital
In The Press
"If you want a single book that is bound to tell you something you did not know about the twentieth century, and hold your interest, and make you think, this is the volume for you"
About The Author
Clive Ponting is Senior Lecturer in Politics at the University of Wales, Swansea. He is the author of Breach of Promise: Labour in Power 1964-1970; 1940: Myth and Reality; A Green History of the World; the highly controversial revisionist biography Churchill; and Armageddon: The Second World War.