History of the Modern World is not merely a chronicle of past events. This book is a venture to discuss the underlying thoughts that led to those events, and the thoughts - the ideologies - that sprouted out as a consequence of the historical events. The author has taken care to cover the events of historical significance that shaped our modern world and has analysed the causes and consequences of the events that shaped our modern era. This analysis has been done not only from the political point of view but also from the social, economic, and even psychological viewpoints because real-life events are affected by an assorted gamut of factors. Thus, the book will engage and encourage its readers in discovering new ideas and knowledge, and motivate them to dig deep into the History of the Modern World. The intention of this book is simply to make the reader understand, and think with an open mind, and not pass any final judgment on history. Time is its own final judge on historical matters, and hence, the judgments also keep getting revised with the passage of _me. It is so because it is the present that decides how we judge the past.
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