Modern History

Wikibooks Modern History
Population, Governance, Philosophy, Invention, Weapons, Combat, Trade, Exploration

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The engines of change

  • Development stage: 10% (as of 22 May 2006) The abolition of slavery
  • Development stage: 00% (as of 22 May 2006) The agricultural and industrial revolutions
  • Development stage: 00% (as of 22 May 2006) Global commerce, competition and empire
  • Development stage: 00% (as of 22 May 2006) Trade unionism, socialism and marxism

19th century

Queen Victoria bw.jpg

20th century

Pinkerton Lincoln and McClernand.jpg

21st Century

  • Development stage: 00% (as of 20 April 2006) World at the Turn of the Millenium
  • Development stage: 00% (as of 8 May 2006) Wikipedia
  • Development stage: 00% (as of 9 May 2006) East Timor
  • Development stage: 00% (as of 1 May 2006) Bush's Administration
  • Development stage: 100% (as of 9 may 2006) Beaconsfield mine collapse

Major People

The major people in this time frame are:

  1. Queen Victoria
  2. Benjamin Disraeli
  3. Mahatma Gandhi
  4. Benito Mussolini
  5. Mao Zedong
  6. Adolf Hitler
  7. Jawahar Lal Nehru
  8. Deng Xiaoping
  9. George W. Bush
  10. The Human Race


  1. Kernigh
  2. Dr. C.J. (international relations articles-Cold War, First World War, American Civil War, Cuban Missle Crisis)
  3. Other and anonymous contributors
Last modified on 15 January 2012, at 16:03