Illuminating Internationalism: An Online Teaching and Learning Resource explores the origins, consequences, and lasting legacies of international collaboration and ambitions in twentieth century Europe and the world. It provides a wealth of resources, including overview analyses, primary sources, suggested readings, and walking tours, for teaching the history of internationalism.

With contributions from leading historians, the companion provides expert overviews of complex developments from pre-1914 internationalism up until the late 20th century, making it an ideal teaching companion for a variety of history courses and units. It is comprised of nine textbook-style chapters, two longer thematic essays focused on health and refugees, a timeline of key events, and an easily accessible bank of resources.

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