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1654 days

 Date: 05/08/15 02:44   in : History_Other 

French Revolution Vs American Revolution The French Revolution was an indirect result of the American Revolution. The American Revolution began with colonists fighting against Great Britain’s monarchial rule. The still bitter French aided in the independence of the American. During th...

 

1576 days

 Date: 07/25/15 06:55   in : History_Other 

Things In Rwanda The prime minister of Rwanda Agathe Uwilingiyimana was brutally murdered in front of her family. She was at home when government soldiers overwhelmed the troops protecting her. In front of her family she was told to take off her clothes and spread her legs, she did both w...

 

1636 days

 Date: 05/26/15 06:48   in : History_Other 

The Vienna Congress: Lord Castlereigh Born into a family of politicians in Dublin, Ireland in 1769, Robert Stewart, later christened Lord Castlereagh, was destined to become one of Europe’s greatest statesmen. After an education at Cambridge, he entered politics as a member of an indepen...

 

1509 days

 Date: 09/30/15 16:29   in : History_Other 

Story Behind Fort Sumter The building of Fort Sumter began in 1829 as one of many Federal forts down the coast. After the War of 1812, the Federal government saw its need of forts to protect the coast. This fort’s walls were five feet thick and over fifty feet high. The left and right...

 

1551 days

 Date: 08/19/15 16:36   in : History_Other 

The Alcoholic Empire In her book, “The Alcoholic Empire: Vodka and Politics in Late Imperial Russia” Patricia Herlihy offers an in-depth and comprehensive view into the debilitating effects of Russia’s massive problem with alcoholism. The consequences of alcohol being such an integral pa...

 

1518 days

 Date: 09/21/15 12:44   in : History_Other 

Operation Iraqi Freedom March 2003 was a turning point in modern American and world history; it marked a change in foreign policy of America, moving from a defensive military policy, to one of pre-emptive war. President Bush sent our armed forces overseas to overthrow Saddam Hussein’s re...

 

1535 days

 Date: 09/04/15 02:20   in : History_Other 

Marquis De Condorcet Marie Jean Caritat also known as Marquis De Condorcet became one of the leading human rights advocates to reflect and act on the issues of slavery, women’s’ rights and other infringements on human rights during the French Revolution. Marquis de Condorcet was recogniz...

 

1621 days

 Date: 06/10/15 01:09   in : History_Other 

The Winnipeg General Strike In the Canadian labour movement’s long and continuing history of struggles to establish its trade-union rights, no episode was more spectacular, explosive or meaningful than the Winnipeg General Strike of 1919. General strikes by definition involve working-clas...

 

1684 days

 Date: 04/08/15 06:33   in : History_Other 

Athenian Democracy Authors disputing the fact that the Athenian government under Pericles was a democracy tend to take an over-analytic approach to the subject, overlooking its true nature. The term democracy means “a government by the people”. Therefore, as people’s ideas and opinions ...

 

1652 days

 Date: 05/10/15 12:51   in : History_Other 

The Trial Of Socrates The Trial of Socrates is an excellent reminder of the happenings during the period in which Socrates lived and died. Author I.F. Stone provides a historical story of the events leading up to the trial, as well as the trial itself, through the writings of Xenophon an...

 

1669 days

 Date: 04/23/15 06:34   in : History_Other 

The Yuan Empire The ruler of the Mongols, Khubilai Khan, rejoined the Chinese territories, and changed the capital to Beijing, which was in Northern China. He named Beijing Dad, the Great Capital. Khubilai, had large mud walls built around Beijing. Beijing was located in the eastern pa...

 

1565 days

 Date: 08/05/15 09:08   in : History_Other 

The Twenties Technology and inventions were important in the nineteen twenties, it made lives easier for everyone. New inventions such as refrigerator made it easier for woman. Woman did not have to cook much often. The refrigerator kept the food cool and lasting for a day or two. It also...

 

1582 days

 Date: 07/19/15 20:51   in : History_Other 

The Role Of Men In Ancient Greece “We do not simply regard a man who does not participate in the city's life as one who just minds his own business, but as one who is good for nothing.” The role of men in ancient Greece was one of power, prestige and honour. Men were given the most resp...

 

1613 days

 Date: 06/18/15 18:41   in : History_Other 

The Revolutionary Republic Of Iraq In ancient times the area now known as modern Iraq was almost equivalent to Mesopotamia, the land between two rivers. Mesopotamia was set between the Euphrates and Tigris Rivers. This area is known as the Cradle of Civilization, because around 4000 ...

 

1584 days

 Date: 07/17/15 06:34   in : History_Other 

The Puritans And English Revolution The Puritans and the English Revolution It is the main aim of this paper to show the Puritan not only as a religious reforming force but also as a human being and a cultural phenomenon. I will endeavour to investigate 1) how Puritanism came into bei...

 

1616 days

 Date: 06/15/15 13:06   in : History_Other 

The Rise And Fall Of The Boston Mafia The Rise and Fall of the Boston Mafia The Boston Mafia started in the early years of the 1920s and 1930s with men coming from Sicily, Italy. The Italian immigrants landed on Boston harbor or on Ellis Island, New York. This report will show the rise ...

 

1668 days

 Date: 04/24/15 11:31   in : History_Other 

Pierre Elliott Trudeay Pierre Elliott Trudeau, one of the most controversial and longest serving prime ministers in Canadian history was born in Montreal, Quebec on October 18,1919. Although he was born in Montreal, young Trudeau was schooled throughout the world earning a number of degre...

 

1509 days

 Date: 09/30/15 12:17   in : History_Other 

Department of Child and Family Services There are many issues in the American society today. Teen pregnancy, gun violence, teen suicide, drunk driving, and under age smoking are just a few of them. We think that one of the biggest issues in today's society is DCFS mistakes. DCFS stands fo...

 

1552 days

 Date: 08/18/15 16:51   in : History_Other 

The Ages Of Change The dynasties of China, though different in many ways to the modern government, are still very similar in many aspects. Some areas are more profound than others but similarity exist in almost every aspect of the rich culture of China. China is a very old country whic...

 

1565 days

 Date: 08/05/15 03:32   in : History_Other 

17th Century Colonization In the early 17th century colonization had begun in North America. The lives of the Englishmen had differed greatly in the Northern and Southern regions. The contrast in New England and Southern lifestyles were evident in their social lives, economy, as well as...

 

1555 days

 Date: 08/15/15 20:26   in : History_Other 

The Past And Present Ku Klux Klan The Ku Klux Klan was formed at the end of the Civil War during the Reconstruction period. It was viewed as a vigilante group created to intimidate black people or white people who were there to help them. Over the years, the KKK has evolved into a diff...

 

1618 days

 Date: 06/13/15 06:34   in : History_Other 

The Life Of Martin Luther Martin Luther lived in a period that had a wide spread desire for reformation of the Christan Church and played the role in the development of Protestantism. Luther was born at Eislebenin Saxony. Since his father was a miner, it was a great distress on him t...

 

1649 days

 Date: 05/13/15 04:26   in : History_Other 

The Modoc War The Modoc war was the perfect case of cultural conflict. Many know the story of Custer’s Last Stand but not as many know the story of Captain Jack and General Canby. It was a period in U.S. history when the settlers coming out west did whatever they needed to do in order t...

 

1651 days

 Date: 05/11/15 05:00   in : History_Other 

The Legislative Commission Of 1767 The document was written by Sergei Solov’ev to describe the events taking place at the Legislative Commission held by Catherine during 1767. The purpose of the commission was to clarify the laws of the Russian state since laws had been put into effect pr...

 

1661 days

 Date: 05/01/15 07:27   in : History_Other 

The History Of The Ku Klux Klan The Ku Klux Klan (KKK) is one of America's oldest and most feared groups. Driven by the dream of a world with only one master race, the KKK often uses violence and moves above the law to promote their cause. They didn't start of violent, or to promote whi...