This course covers International Relations over a 100 year period. It aims to give you a real understanding of the major turning points that have shaped our world. Starting in 1815, with Europe in a state of destruction after the Napoleonic Wars, we explore the economic, social and political challenges that surfaced from that point onwards and how these were dealt with by each of the Great Powers. Themes covered include; The Eastern Question, the Alliance System, Imperialism and Colonisation and Anglo-German rivalry.
The course is taught through detailed and varied content; video lectures, screen casts, downloadable sources including cartoons, written documents and much more. There is also the opportunity to test yourself with an end of unit quiz. The course is very accessible to all but also provides the stretch and challenge to really make you think.
By the end of the course, you should have developed a good knowledge and understanding of the period which you can apply to any form of academic study.I'm a passionate teacher and I am incredibly proud of this course which I believe can inspire you to want to learn even more! If you have an interest in History - his course is for you.
Welcome to the course
Included in this lecture:
Study the first map of Europe in 1815 - any countries you don't recognise?
Presentation covering the key treaties and agreements between the Great Powers after the Congress of Vienna
Fill this sheet in after you have watched the lecture on the Greek Revolt
This presentation covers the two Mehemet Ali Crisis in detail
Why did the war happen and what were the consequences?
What was the Crisis in the East?
Why did Anglo-German relations get worse in this period?
How did the Scramble for Africa impact International Relations?
Bismarck "dividing up the cake"
Maps of Africa post colonisation
Why did the Alliance system make war more likely?
Test your knowledge!
Try to match the date, the treaty name and description of the Treaty together
I'm Thomas Rogers, a passionate and experienced educator from the UK.
I started my professional teaching career as a High School teacher in 2008 and, at the age of 28, went on to become a Head of Department in one of the highest performing schools in the North West of England in 2013. In September 2016, I took up the role of Head of History at O Castro International School in Spain.
I have founded, organised and co-hosted #TMHistoryIcons, the only national TeachMeet for History teachers in the UK. Its inaugural meeting took place in March 2016 in Chester and was attended by more than 100 teachers. The second event took place in April 2017 in the same city. I currently write a weekly column for the TES, the largest educational publication in the UK.
I am the director of RogersHistory, an online educational platform which was used by more than 100 schools and 1000 students last academic year.
I try to bring my passion for teaching and learning into all my Udemy courses. The way in which my courses are planned reflects my current professional role and subject expertise.