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European Civilization, 1648-1945
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4.1 stars from 177 ratings
Die Vorlesungsreihe vermittelt einen guten Überblick über die europäische Geschichte. Der Dozent redet manchmal etwas schnell, dafür spart er mit Fachausdrücken, so dass man mit passablen Englischkenntnissen gut folgen können sollte. Insgesamt uneingeschränkt zu empfehlen.
Voice_HN via Apple Podcasts · Germany · 11/07/15
Made a history lover out of me and that's no easy task. Thank you Professor Merriman! Honored to be "attend" lectures all the way from Indiana!!
Waitress212 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/25/15
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I'm a retired professor of Comaprative Literature. I'm well over 85. And I listen to this course on my daily walk. Prof. Merriman does, indeed, have some human stutters in his lecture, but this is one of the best courses I've ever heard--and I've heard very, very many. It's a privilege to...Read full review »
PN1925 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/21/14
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