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WHG Era 4 - Expanding & Intensified Hemispheric Interactions, 300-1500 CE/AD21%
WHG Era 5 - The Emergence of the First Global Age, 15th to 18th Centuries19%
WHG Era 6 - An Age of Global Revolutions, 18th Century-191423%
WHG Era 7 Global Crisis and Achievement, 1900-194526%
WHG Era 8 The Cold War and Its Aftermath: The 20th Century Since 194511%
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WHG Era 4 - Expanding & Intensified Hemispheric Interactions, 300-1500 CE/AD
1. (4.1.1)  Crisis In The Classical World
2. (4.1.2)  World Religions
3. (4.1.3)  Trade Networks & Contacts
4. (4.2.1)  Growth Of Islam & Dar Al-Islam
5. (4.2.2)  Unification Of Eurasia Under The Mongols
6. (4.2.3)  The Plague
7. (4.3.1)  Africa To 1500
8. (4.3.2)  The Americas To 1500
9. (4.3.3)  China To 1500
10. (4.3.4)  The Eastern European System & The Byzantine Empire To 1500
11. (4.3.5)  Western Europe To 1500
WHG Era 5 - The Emergence of the First Global Age, 15th to 18th Centuries
1. (5.1.1)  Emerging Global System
2. (5.1.2)  World Religions
3. (5.2.1)  European Exploration/Conquest & Columbian Exchange
4. (5.2.2)  Trans-African & Trans-Atlantic Slave Systems
5. (5.3.1)  Ottoman Empire Through The 18th Century
6. (5.3.2)  East Asia Through The 18th Century
7. (5.3.3)  South Asia/India Through The 18th Century
8. (5.3.4)  Russia Through The 18th Century
9. (5.3.5)  Europe Through The 18th Century
10. (5.3.6)  Latin America Through The 18th Century
WHG Era 6 - An Age of Global Revolutions, 18th Century-1914
1. (6.1.1)  Global Revolutions
2. (6.1.2)  World-wide Migrations & Population Changes
3. (6.1.3)  Increasing Global Interconnections
4. (6.1.4)  Changes In Economic & Political Systems
5. (6.1.5)  Interpreting Europe's Increasing Global Power
6. (6.2.1)  Political Revolutions
7. (6.2.2)  Growth Of Nationalism & Nation States
8. (6.2.3)  Industrialization
9. (6.2.4)  Imperialism
10. (6.3.1)  Europe
11. (6.3.2)  East Asia Through The 18th Century
12. (6.3.3)  East Asia Through The 18th Century
WHG Era 7 Global Crisis and Achievement, 1900-1945
1. (7.1.1)  Increasing Government & Political Power
2. (7.1.2)  Comparative Global Power
3. (7.1.3)  Twentieth Century Genocide
4. (7.1.4)  Global Technology
5. (7.1.5)  Total War
6. (7.2.1)  World War I
7. (7.2.2)  Inter-war Period
8. (7.2.3)  World War II
9. (7.2.4)  Revolutionary And/or Independence Movements
10. (7.3.1)  Russian Revolution
11. (7.3.2)  Europe & Rise Of Fascism & Totalitarian States
12. (7.3.3)  Asia
13. (7.3.4)  The Americas, 1900-1945
14. (7.3.5)  Middle East
WHG Era 8 The Cold War and Its Aftermath: The 20th Century Since 1945
1. (8.1.1)  Origins Of The Cold War
2. (8.1.2)  Cold War Conflicts
3. (8.1.3)  End Of The Cold War
4. (8.1.4)  Mapping The 20th Century
5. (8.2.1)  The Legacy Of Imperialism
6. (8.2.2)  Independence, Decolonzation, & Democratization Movements