(I am ignoring the science-based tag, I don't think there is any science done on this subject)
I assume you would fix all maps, all encyclopedias, all newspapers, all holiday photos and everything else. There would be A LOT of references to fix.
Many companies would suddenly find themselves without suppliers, customers or both. A multinational company has its administration hub that would suddenly find itself without anything to administrate. Tourist guides wouldn't understand anything.
And so on. The immediate consequences would be vast and destructive. People would wonder if they were insane, only be comforted by the fact that lots of other people seem insane too.
And then there would be the food problem. It would vary wildly from country to country. Many countries would face severe problems because they import much of their food. Others would have the smaller problem of suddenly having too much food.
We also export and import other products, such as oil and natural gas. Lots of power plants would stop working for lack of supplies. Oil pipelines would rupture at the border and start polluting. And nobody would know why!
In the longer term, many countries would find themselves without cars, or clothes, or medicines, or lots of other imported goods. And others would have enormous stockpiles of these things.
The Moon would crash into a force field and fall down Wait, that is not right. The Moon is above geostationary orbit. Instead a force field would crash into the Moon and force it away from the Earth. Depending on how the force field is anchored this could end badly for both the Moon and the Earth.
As a rule of thumb, smaller countries are more dependent on others than larger ones, so they would be harder hit. The US, Russia and China would probably do fairly well, at least compared to the worst disaster areas.
There are undoubtedly many exceptions to this general rule.
But all things pass. Enough people die that the country can feed itself, industries spring up to replace imports and so on. Eventually things will be fairly normal.
There would be vast militaries that would wonder why they exist, and would try to find some purpose in life. Many places would become military dictatorships. Others would devolve into civil wars.
Even this will pass. Civil wars will wither be won or end in a set of smaller countries. Militaries will downsize into ordinary government and police forces.
In the chaotic years, there will not be any advances in technologies or other things.
Afterwards, progress will be slower than today for two reasons. First is that the war industry is one of the forces behind new technology. There are also other forces, but they are weaker.
The second reason is that good ideas spread out and cause other good ideas. The more people in a community, the more ideas get invented and shared. Smaller countries might end up with no progress at all.