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1647 days

 Date: 04/20/15 10:55   in : History_Other 

Islamic Empire Essay #4 - Compare and Contrast the Islamic and Byzantine worlds between about 600 and 1500 AD. After the fall of the Western Roman Empire, power was relinquished to many different strongholds throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa. Trade was growing throughout the...

 

1545 days

 Date: 07/31/15 15:09   in : History_Other 

US Intervention In Italy:1948 Elections The end of the Second World War was supposed to spark a “new world” of peace and freedom for all. Amidst the victory over Nazi Germany however, a new fear was born, coined by history as the “Cold War”. In Italy the people had won the right to vote...

 

1634 days

 Date: 05/04/15 00:38   in : History_Other 

Us History By 1789 the United States had overthrown the repressive British government and replaced the unstable Articles of Confederation with the new Constitution. Still an infant nation, America set sail on an uncharted ocean. It boldly endeavored to assert the ideology of republicanism...

 

1525 days

 Date: 08/21/15 03:26   in : History_Other 

Nazi Occupation (fugitive Pieces) The twentieth century is characterized by many great technological discoveries. In many ways, these past hundred years have been good to humanity. Unfortunately, it is also the bloodiest period that mankind has ever known. For more than 30 years, most of ...

 

1660 days

 Date: 04/07/15 22:04   in : History_Other 

Pope Urban Pope Urban II made a speech in Clermont, France in 1095, attempting to persuade the people to have crusade to fight for the Holy Land. Throughout the Christian world there was an overwhelmingly positive response to Urban’s argument. The crusades appealed socially to younger s...

 

1556 days

 Date: 07/21/15 03:11   in : History_Other 

United Nation Far away, on America’s Pacific Coast, a conference was meeting to create the United Nations. Shortly after Roosevelt’s death, and slightly before the first nuclear bomb test, the world’s leaders argued about the structure of the organization they were building. They debate...

 

1510 days

 Date: 09/04/15 07:51   in : History_Other 

Maria Theresa Archduchess Maria Theresa was the first female Hapsburg ruler and she lived up to her illustrious family name by holding her own on the international court and by improving the empire that she inherited. This paper will look at the rule of Maria Theresa. Maria Theresa was ...

 

1623 days

 Date: 05/14/15 05:53   in : History_Other 

U.S.V.I. Business Data Communications and Networking ATM (Asynchronous Transfer Mode) 5-6 Comparing Multimedia Performance 7-8 Why do people choose Ethernet instead of ATM 8-9 In the past there have been three distinct types of networks: voice, video, and data. Voice has alwa...

 

1658 days

 Date: 04/09/15 17:40   in : History_Other 

The Kyrenia Shipwreck In the autumn of 1967 a diver found the remains of what will soon become the oldest known Greek ship in history. Sitting half a mile off the shore of Kyrenia harbor, Cyprus, the great shipwreck was covered in a thick layer of protective mud-sand, with seaweed gently...

 

1649 days

 Date: 04/18/15 18:08   in : History_Other 

American Expansion By the Treaty of Paris of Sept. 3, 1783, Great Britain formally acknowledged the independence of the United States, and the warring European powers, Britain against France and Spain, with the Dutch as armed neutrals, effected a large-scale peace settlement. The Anglo-Am...

 

1494 days

 Date: 09/20/15 10:45   in : History_Other 

Drug Culture In History The drug culture as it is known today incorporates countless numbers of drugs as well as their uses and cultural meanings. From ancient spirits spreading through religion to modern-day psychopharmacological agents such as Valium and Prozac advertised through mainst...

 

1673 days

 Date: 03/26/15 00:55   in : History_Other 

The Alcoholic Republic The Alcoholic Republic by W.J. Rorabaugh During the nineteenth –century America was known for it’s drinking abilities. The question some people want to know is “was early nineteenth-century America really a nation of drunkards” (Rorabaugh 5)? The United States wa...

 

1619 days

 Date: 05/18/15 23:42   in : History_Other 

Battle Of The Rio Gande River On February 4, 1860, Texas Rangers, under the leadership of Colonel John S. “Rip” Ford and U.S. Army troops defeated Mexican- Texan Juan Nepomucena Cortina and put an end to the Cortina Wars. According to this article Cortinistas were burning ranches, dri...

 

1516 days

 Date: 08/29/15 08:53   in : History_Other 

The Revolutionary War By Bart McDowell The Revolutionary War by Bart McDowell The Revolutionary War gives an interesting and distinct account of the history and events of this great and pivotal time. The perspective is quite different than most history books. The author, Bart McDowell...

 

1609 days

 Date: 05/28/15 17:14   in : History_Other 

The Seven Years War Seven Years wars, 1759-63, worldwide fought in Europe, North America, and India between France, Austria, Russia, Saxony, Sweden, and (after 1762) Spain on the one side and Prussia, Great Britain, and Hanover on the other, with major consequences for all parties invol...

 

1533 days

 Date: 08/12/15 17:01   in : History_Other 

Radical Revolutions The purpose of government is to keep its subjects from harming each other. To minimize harm, government must control the interactions between people, both grand and small. An efficient government is one that causes these interactions to occur in a productive fashion....

 

1486 days

 Date: 09/28/15 06:18   in : History_Other 

People Make History In one of his quotes, Dr. William Clyde de Vane states “one of these things is the capacity for greatness in man—his capacity for being often the master of the event —and sometimes even more—the changer of the course of history itself.” I agree with this quote that pe...

 

Major Contributions To The European Civilization During The Middle Ages Major Contributions To The European Civilization During the Middle Ages We all seem to equate the Middle Ages with the notion of being static both in terms of cultural and ideological development, and in material pr...

 

1665 days

 Date: 04/02/15 14:03   in : History_Other 

Neolithic Era In any civilization, the most important component is its social organization, which consists of the way the people are group according to social classes and their way of life. In essence civilization evolved from the Neolithic era due to population growth. The Neolithic peri...

 

1630 days

 Date: 05/07/15 10:06   in : History_Other 

The Wolcott House I am standing outside the Wolcott House and it is 30 degrees out. A cold breeze runs through my coat. The Wolcott House is a late Federal early Greek Revival style home built around 1830. The home remained in the Wolcott’s family possession until 1959 when it was then...

 

The Writings Of American History From The Puritans To The Present Contemporary American historians write about almost everything that has affected nearly everybody. They write about agriculture, housework, illness, leisure, banking systems, sever systems, etc. Their new history touches ...

 

1568 days

 Date: 07/08/15 04:44   in : History_Other 

The Army In Spain During The Regime Compare the roles of the army, the church and the syndicates (or unions) in Spain and Portugal during their respective dictatorships. Spain and Portugal have always shared a similar history, especially during the 19th century. Soon after the First Wor...

 

1532 days

 Date: 08/13/15 09:53   in : History_Other 

From Cork To America: The Irish Immigration From Cork to America: The Irish Immigration To understand the reasons why millions of Irish people to immigrate to America, we must know the "push and pull" factors, starting from the situation of Ireland before the Great Famine. Unfortunately ...

 

1497 days

 Date: 09/18/15 03:27   in : History_Other 

Fidel Castro And The Cuban Revolution Fidel Castro and the Cuban Revolution After Fulgencio Batista and Zaldivar seized control of the Cuban government in 1952, Fidel Castro became a leader of an underground anti-government fraction. A year later he was jailed for having led...

 

1642 days

 Date: 04/25/15 05:57   in : History_Other 

Julius Cesar Julius Caesar was a strong leader for the Romans who changed the course of the history of the Greco - Roman world decisively and irreversibly. With his courage and strength he created a strong empire. What happened during his early political career? How did he become such a s...