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AP European History: The Age of Anxiety


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The age of anxiety: Europe in the 1920's

(Lectures on Twentieth Century Europe from The History Guide)

Modern Philosophy

Revival of Christianity

New Physics

Freudian Psychology

Dadaism and Surrealism


Cinema and Radio

YouTube: The Battle of the Somme (excerpt of 1916 film, posted by the Imperial War Museum)