Scotland into the modern age: 1837-1952

This course will examine the social, economic, political and industrial changes that took place in Scotland from the accession of Queen Victoria to the death of George VI. It will consider the effect of the increasing reliance on the heavy industry that came to define Scotland and the Scots. It will outline the impact of the two world wars and how this experience drove both electoral reform and the development of the welfare state.

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  • Cost: £140
  • Credits: 10