In addition to teaching college history for over 35 years,
Professor Reynolds wrote numerous books and essays on historical
subjects and held tenured professorships at three colleges and
universities. He was awarded for his teaching excellence, and
several of his published works are
highly acclaimed and received awards from national organizations.
His last appearance on the History Channel was in a special about
Admiral William F. "Bull" Halsey, Jr. and World War II in the
Pacific. His last book, a 546 page biography entitled, On the
Warpath in the Pacific,
Admiral Jocko Clark and the Fast Carriers, was published in
2005 to superb reviews.
Professor Reynolds is not politically correct. He's an
old school scholar and tells it like it is.
His brilliance in
the classroom and vast knowledge, especially of warfare and military
strategy throughout time, infuse the entire course with energy and
excitement. He speaks fluent German and knows World Wars I and II
inside and out, how they were fought, everything leading up to them,
and everything following. Unquestionably, this 80-DVD set is a
valuable asset for students and history-lovers, and a pleasurable
one as well.
In his own words
"World History is not as
daunting as it may seem. The challenge is one of synthesis and
essentials. I have treated equally political, economic, and
socio-cultural aspects of all major civilizations beginning in
prehistory, with attention to geography as well as defense - the
latter being the focus of most of my own research and publications.
. . . However you do it,
know the past!" --
Clark G. Reynolds
Both World History 101 and 102
are semester-length courses and are ideal for high school students
who want to know what college is really like, serious home-schooled
students, other college students as an enhancement to their own
studies, and adults who want to be introduced to the great cultures,
peoples and events of world history.
World History 101 includes 40 classes and covers prehistory to 1500.
History 102 includes 40 classes
1500 to 2001.
Each DVD contains one class
and is 50 minutes long. You can purchase any individual DVD or the
entire set with the click of a mouse. We take PayPal and all major
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