1900-1940 American What Ifs, Not Including World Wars Or International Events

The decades 1900 to 1940 were filled with a large number of slender threads, regrets or "what if's" on the international stage that can overwhelm the student of history. The US domestic scene's slender threads mainly involve the biographies of the nation's domineering presidents during the period, Teddy Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, and Franklin Roosevelt. The … Continue reading 1900-1940 American What Ifs, Not Including World Wars Or International Events

1920s-30s: Prelude to Apocalypse of World War II. 1940s: Defeats and Ultimate Victory Not Inevitable. Lessons for Globalization

"John Green teaches you about World War II, aka The Great Patriotic War, aka The Big One. So how did this war happen? And what does it mean? We've all learned the facts about World War II many times over, thanks to repeated classroom coverage, the History channel, and your grandfather (or maybe great-grandfather) showing … Continue reading 1920s-30s: Prelude to Apocalypse of World War II. 1940s: Defeats and Ultimate Victory Not Inevitable. Lessons for Globalization

1880s to 1918: Prelude to World War I. By No Means Was It Inevitable

World Wars I and II seem inevitable to those of us in the 21st century, but they most definitely were not, if you look at the causes and identify the mistakes and flawed thinking that led to these cataclysmic disasters. Would Germans Have Unified Without┬áBismarck? Questions About Late 19th Century Germany and France: With Different … Continue reading 1880s to 1918: Prelude to World War I. By No Means Was It Inevitable