USM Open Source History Text: The World at War: World History 1914-1945Main MenuIntroduction: A Mural as WindowOn Diego Rivera's Detroit IndustryThe World Around 1914, Part I: the Journey of Young GandhiThe World Around 1914, Part II: The Era of Nationalism and Imperialism (1848-1914)The First World WarThe Long Russian Revolution (1917 – 1929)The Decline of the West? Europe from 1919 – 1929A New Middle East: The Rise of the Middle East State SystemChina Between Qing Collapse and WWIILatin America Between Boom and Bust (1911-1929)Africa Under Colonial Rule: Politics and Race from 1914‐1939The United States from The First World War to the Great DepressionThe Great DepressionThree Varieties of Radicalism in the 1930s: Nazi Germany, Stalinist Russia, and Imperial JapanThree Responses to Modernity: Ho Chi Minh, Ibn Saud, and Getulio VargasThe Second World WarSeth Rogoff5f001fc099cd635507b143be056702764af6929c
12017-12-22T04:18:32-08:00Seth Rogoff5f001fc099cd635507b143be056702764af6929c192373plain2017-12-22T04:25:04-08:00Seth Rogoff5f001fc099cd635507b143be056702764af6929cI've added this poster not only because Gandhi was a vegetarian in England, a distinct subculture, but also because voluntary groups and organizations represented a rising social, political and cultural force in the late 19th century and early 20th century. From the Boy Scouts to the American Legion, from the Czech Sokol to the German Wandervogel, from temperance to the re-emergence of the KKK, new voluntary associations shaped societies around the world, especially in the West. To this picture, we should add powerful professional organizations like the American Bar Association (1878) and the American Medical Association (1847).