History and Biography

Women's Rights in the United States

Provides the history of the women’s rights movement in the United States from the American Revolution to the present. Includes primary source documents.

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Encyclopedia of Modern China

Presents critical information on the people, politics, economy, art, and literature of China from the beginning of the nineteenth century to the present day.

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World at War: Understanding Conflict and Society

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In light of the 100th anniversary of World War I, there’s no better time to explore World at War: Understanding Conflict and Society, a comprehensive, informative and unique research database covering military conflicts that have defined the world’s identity.

Choose World War I under the Explore a War section in this database to discover overview information, detailed articles, primary source documents, images, maps and more.

Find out how it was possible that the assassination of one Archduke was a catalyst for the devastating war. Compare and contrast the countries that played major parts in the conflict. Read the entire text of the Treaty of Versailles, the document that formally brought the War to an end. Do all this and more with World at War.

Further your research as well with UAPL’s other eBooks and databases covering history.


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