War and World HistoryAudiobook CD - 2009 | Single course guidebook edition
Professor Roth, a military historian, presents a different look at war and its history. Instead of focusing on battles, campaigns, and strategies in individual wars, he looks at the story of the intimate interconnections of war with human cultures and societies and how these connections have shaped history. War not only destroys, it creates: the growth of essential new technologies; the adoption of complex economic systems; the ideology and culture of nations; developments in art and literature; and spreads exposure to and understanding of different faiths across the globe.
Publisher: Chantilly, VA : The Teaching Company, ©2009
Edition: Single course guidebook edition
Branch Call Number: COMPACT DISC 355.0209 ROTH OVERSIZE
Characteristics: 24 audio discs (1440 min.) : digital ; 4 3/4 in. + 1 course guidebook (255 pages ; 19 cm)