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Ch 13: First & Second World Wars

About This Chapter

This chapter provides an overview of the First and Second World Wars through a collection of engaging video lessons and interactive quizzes. Review these lessons to catch up in your history class, prepare for an upcoming exam, bring up your grades or simply improve your WWI and WWII knowledge.

First & Second World Wars - Chapter Summary

Get a high-level overview of World War I and World War II with this useful study guide/resource chapter. Inside, you'll review a series of bite-sized video lessons that discuss the events that influenced the beginnings of both World Wars. Our expert instructors will also thoroughly examine the aftermath of WWI. When you're finished with the chapter's material, you should be able to:

  • Recognize the factors that led to WWI
  • Identify the political, social and economic consequences of WWI
  • Discuss the occupations, agreements and appeasements that caused WWII

You can watch these video lessons online at any time using your computer or mobile device. If you want to take notes, follow along with the instructors or study offline, simply print the accompanying word-for-word transcripts. Be sure to take the lesson quizzes and chapter exam to make sure you've understood the chapter topics. Finally, you can use the Ask the Expert feature if you have any questions about WWI or WWII.

Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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