So this is very Eurocentric and war focused. It doesn't discuss much more than the politics leading up to/and war. Art, culture, science, technology can be combined into maybe 10 min. There is virtually no mention of central and south america nor africa (besides British imperial struggles). It also bothers me that the actor pronounces spanish words as if he is speaking Italian.
grocery list reading (dry as hell) and he thinks spanish is pronounced like Italian
YES> hearing the larger picture of the Eurocentric story was nice, but it seems to be from a selective perspective.
You may need a separate History of the 20th century to help balance the information
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