2019 The Great War – Legacies and Consequences

Course Code: U1926


EThe Great War of 1914 to 1918 was arguably the most significant historical event of the twentieth century, in part because most of its legacies continue to impact on our world today. This program will consider some of the post war effects this first global conflict had in fields such as transport, medicine, government and diplomacy. It will also study how the war led to significant changes in many countries / regions that were involved in the conflict, including Australia, Great Britain, the United States, Ireland, Germany, Russia and the Middle East. The course may appeal to those who have previously completed the program on The Great War, though that is not a pre-requisite

Coordinator: Vince Black
Venue: AWCC, 63 High Street, Wodonga
Day/Time: Wednesdays 9:30am-12 noon (Semester 2)
Starting: 31st July 2019
Cost: Nil