Conflict and Cooperation

Documents on modern Global History 2/e
Kinney, Tracey
Date published: 
April 2010

Designed for first- and second-year undergraduate twentieth-century world history or modern global history courses, Conflict and Cooperation is a collection of primary documents for the study of twentieth- and twenty-first-century history. Conflict and cooperation are the defining themes that weave together this collection of primary documents. The readings have been selected with the goal of making twentieth-century history accessible to students for whom these events are increasingly distant. The primary documents allow students to 'witness' essential moments in history through the words of the men and women who participated in and experienced these events.