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Topics covered in ASAP European History include:
• The Renaissance
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Chapter 1 The Renaissance to Wars of Religion: c. 1450-c. 1648 1
Chapter 2 Monarchical States to Napoleon: c. 1648-c. 1815 37
Chapter 3 Age of Revolutions to World War I: c. 1815-c. 1914 89
Chapter 4 Global Wars to Globalization: c. 1914-Present 185