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Will Pack's ClassroomSearch this site HomeClassesHonors World HistoryWorld HistoryWorld History Online TextbookPCHS FCAPCHS SoccerSitemap Classes > World History Online Textbook ClassZoneChapter 1: The Peopling of the WorldSection 1:Human Origins in AfricaSection 2: Humans Try to Control NatureSection 3: CivilizationsChapter 2: Early River Valley CivilizationsSection 1: City States in MesopotamiaSection 2: Pyramids on the NileSection 3: Planned Cities on the IndusSection 4: River Dynasties in ChinaChapter 3: People and Ideas on the MoveSection 1: The Indo-EuropeansSection 2: Hinduism and Buddhism DevelopSection 3: Seafaring TradersSection 4: The Origins of JudaismChapter 4: The First Age of EmpiresSection 1: The Egyptian and Nubian EmpiresSection 2: The Assyrian EmpireSection 3: The Persian EmpireSection 4: Unification of ChinaChapter 5: Classical GreeceSection 1: Cultures of the Mountains and the SeaSection 2: Warring City-StatesSection 3: Democracy and Greece's Golden AgeSection 4: Alexander's EmpireSection 5: The Spread of Hellenistic CultureChapter 6: Ancient Rome and Early ChristianitySection 1: The Roman RepublicSection 2: The Roman EmpireSection 3: The Rise of ChristianitySection 4: The Fall of the Roman EmpireSection 5: Rome and the Roots of Western CivilizationChapter 7: India and China Establish EmpiresSection 1: India's First EmpiresSection 2: Trade Spreads Indian Religions and CultureSection 3: Han Emperors in ChinaChapter 8: African CivilizationsSection 1: Diverse Societies in AfricaSection 2: MigrationSection 3: The Kingdom of AksumChapter 9: The Americas: A Separate WorldSection 1: The Earliest AmericansSection 2: Early Mesoamerican CivilizationsSection 3: Early Civilizations of the AndesChapter 10: The Muslim WorldSection 1: Rise of IslamSection 2: Islam ExpandsSection 3: Muslim CultureChapter 11: Byzantines, Russians, and Turks InteractSection 1: The Byzantine EmpireSection 2: The Russian EmpireSection 3: Turkish Empires Rise in AnatoliaChapter 12: Empires in East AsiaSection 1: Tang and Song ChinaSection 2: The Mongol ConquestsSection 3: The Mongol EmpireSection 4: Feudal Powers in JapanSection 5: Kingdoms of Southeast Asia and KoreaChapter 13: European Middle AgesSection 1: Charlemagne Unites Germanic KingdomsSection 2: Feudalism in EuropeSection 3: The Age of ChivalrySection 4: The Power of the ChurchChapter 14: The Formation of Western EuropeSection 1: Church Reform and the CrusadesSection 2: Changes in Medieval SocietySection 3: England and France DevelopSection 4: The Hundred Years' War and the PlagueChapter 15: Societies and Empires of AfricaSection 1: North and Central African SocietiesSection 2: West African CivilizationsSection 3: Eastern City-States and Southern EmpiresChapter 16: People and Empires in the AmericasSection 1: North American SocietiesSection 2: Maya Kings and CitiesSection 3: The Aztecs Control Central MexicoSection 4: The Inca Create a Mountain EmpireChapter 17: European Renaissance and ReformationSection 1: Italy: Birthplace of the RenaissanceSection 2: The Northern RenaissanceSection 3: Luther Leads the ReformationSection 4: The Reformation ContinuesChapter 18: The Muslim World ExpandsSection 1:The Ottomans Build a Vast EmpireSection 2: Cultural BlendingSection 3: The Mughal Empire in IndiaChapter 19: An Age of Explorations and IsolationSection 1: Europeans Explore the EastSection 2: China Limits European ContactsSection 3: Japan Returns to IsolationChapter 20: The Atlantic WorldSection 1: Spain Builds an American EmpireSection 2: European Nations Settle North AmericaSection 3: The Atlantic Slave TradeSection 4: The Columbian Exchange and Global TradeChapter 21: Absolute Monarchs in EuropeSection1: Spain's Empire and European AbsolutismSection 2:The Reign of Louis XIVSection 3: Central European Monarchs ClashSection 4: Absolute Rulers of RussiaSection 5: Parliament Limits the English MonarchyChapter 22: Enlightenment and RevolutionSection 1:The Scientific RevolutionSection 2: The Enlightenment in EuropeSection 3: The Enlightenment SpreadsSection 4: The American RevolutionChapter 23: The French Revolution and NapoleonSection 1: The French Revolution BeginsSection 2: Revolution Brings Reform and TerrorSection 3: Napoleon Forges an EmpireSection 4: Napoleon's Empire CollapsesSection 5: The Congress of ViennaChapter 24: Nationalist Revolutions Sweep the WestSection 1: Latin American Peoples Win IndependenceSection 2: Europe Faces RevolutionsSection 3: NationalismSection 4: Revolutions in the ArtsChapter 25: The Industrial RevolutionSection 1: The Beginnings of IndustrializationSection 2: IndustrializationSection 3: Industrialization SpreadsSection 4: Reforming the Industrial WorldChapter 26: An Age of Democracy and ProgressSection 1: Democratic Reform and ActivismSection 2: Self-Rule for British ColoniesSection 3: War and Expansion in the United StatesSection 4: Nineteenth-Century ProgressChapter 27: The Age of ImperialismSection 1: The Scramble for AfricaSection 2: ImperialismSection 3: Europeans Claim Muslim LandsSection 4: British Imperialism in IndiaSection 5: Imperialism in Southeast AsiaChapter 28: Transformations Around the GlobeSection 1: China Resists Outside InfluenceSection 2: Modernization in JapanSection 3: U.S. Economic ImperialismSection 4: Turmoil and Change in MexicoChapter 29: The Great WarSection 1: Marching Toward WarSection 2: Europe Plunges into WarSection 3: A Global ConflictSection 4: A Flawed PeaceChapter 30: Revolution and NationalismSection 1: Revolutions in RussiaSection 2: TotalitarianismSection 3: Imperial China CollapsesSection 4: Nationalism in India and Southwest AsiaChapter 31: Years of CrisisSection 1: Postwar UncertaintySection 2: A Worldwide DepressionSection 3: Fascism Rises in EuropeSection 4: Aggressors Invade NationsChapter 32: World War IISection 1: Hitler's Lightning WarSection 2: Japan's Pacific CampaignSection 3: The HolocaustSection 4: The Allied VictorySection 5: Europe and Japan in RuinsChapter 33: Restructuring the Postwar WorldSection 1: Cold War Superpowers Face OffSection 2: Communists Take Power in ChinaSection 3: Wars in Korea and VietnamSection 4:The Cold War Divides the WorldSection 5: The Cold War ThawsChapter 34: The Colonies Become New NationsSection 1: The Indian Subcontinent Achieves FreedomSection 2: Southeast Asian Nations Gain IndependenceSection 3: New Nations in AfricaSection 4: Conflicts in the Middle EastSection 5: Central Asia StrugglesChapter 35: Struggles for DemocracySection 1: DemocracySection 2: The Challenge of Democracy in AfricaSection 3: The Collapse of the Soviet UnionSection 4: Changes in Central and Eastern EuropeSection 5: China Reform and ReactionChapter 36: Global InterdependenceSection 1: The Impact of Science and TechnologySection 2: Global and Economic DevelopmentSection 3: Global Security IssuesSection 4: TerrorismSection 5: Cultures Blend in a Global Age Comments Sign inRecent Site ActivityReport AbusePrint 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