Smith's Theory Of The Hundred Days

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Popularly known as the father of free market economic theory in the 17th century. Smith was also a philosopher and invented the idea of division of labor during the Scottish enlightment period. He is best known for his two-classic works, “THE Theory OF Moral Sentiments and Causes of Wealth of Nations “Smith’s theory of wealth of nations has promoted competition in western civilization. Besides, his idea of division of labor has led to efficiency in the production of goods and services.
This is the title of a speech made by Prussian Minister Otto von Bismarck in 1862. It was about the unification of German territories after Bismarck had been appointed minister president. Bismarck stressed the need to increase military
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Germany got support from her World War II collaborators between 1941-1945 in Germany. This act was perpetuated since Hitler believed in ethnic cleansing. Aftermaths of these massacre made Germany pay Israel $1.5 billion to rehabilitate the 500,000 Jewish survivors. Besides, the German industries involved in this genocide such as Siemens and Deutsche Bank made Germany raise $5 billion for reparation.
Hundred Days
The Hundred days marks the period for the return of Napoleon form his place of exile to the Second restoration of King Louis the 17th. The Hundred days was in France. The specific dates of the event were 20th March 1815 to 8th July 1815. Its significance is that it marked Napoleon’s exile was he would later be the leader of France in the 18th century.
International Congress of Women
The International Congress of Women was the first convention of women delegates. It took place in the year 1878 in Paris France. The convention sought to debate and resolve on agendas that would give the girl child an equal opportunity as the boy child. Its significance is that it set the precedent for women rights which are enjoyed to this
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She was active during the periods of 1810 and 1865. Her works portrayed the lives of the poor and those below the social status class. Her contribution to Western civilization was that she portrayed the lives of many stratus belonging to the Victorian society.
The Berlin Airlift was caused due to the Berlin Blockade, a major effect of the cold war between the Soviet Union and the Western Allies. It was a response to the blockage of the railway, canals, and roads to Berlin sectors under Western control. It transpired between 24th June 1948-30th September 1949 to carry supplies to the people in West Berlin. The blockade made US and Britain to impose embargo on all exports from the Eastern bloc and assisted Germany by airlifting supplies. Therefore, Berlin became a symbol of Allies opposition to Soviet expansion in Europe.
Also known as the Revolution of 1688 by the Dutch stadtholder, William the third in the overthrowing of King James the second in the British Isles. Opposition was brought from many members of political circles after the Kings policy on Catholicism and closeness to France. It led to the end of Catholicism being re-established in England both socially and politically. Catholic members were not allowed to sit and vote in parliament for over a century. Moreover, it led to the beginning of modern English parliamentary democracy and the Bill of rights, 1688 used

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