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  • Tension In World War I

    World War I tension had been brewing in Europe and especially in Balkan region for years before conflict actually broke out, the initial spark that ignited World War I was struck in Sarajevo, Bonsia. Archduke R. Fernidad nephew of the Emperor Franz Josef and heir to the Austro-Hungarian Empire was shot to death along with his wife by the Serbian nationalist Garrilo Princip on June 28, 1914. During this time nationalism: a patriotic feeling the principle or efforts of a nation, as well as…

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  • Important Events And People Of The Middle Ages Essay

    What are the 3 most important events and people of the Middle Ages? Middle Ages the period of European history from the fall of the Roman Empire in the West (5th century) to the fall of Constantinople (1453), or;2 more narrowly, from c. 1100 to 1453. Hundred Years’ War, Bubonic “Black” Plague, Treaty of Verdun are three of the most important events. Charles Martel, Pope Leo III, Pope Urban II are three of the most important people. What are the 3 most important events and people of the Middle…

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  • Why Was Machiavelli's Plan To Win The Battle Of Hannibal

    to win. In 202 B.C.E. during the Battle of Zama, Hannibal and his army were destroyed which allowed the Romans to further expand their empire. The Ottoman Turks originated in an area North West of the Anatolian Peninsula. In 1345 with the help of the Serbian and Bulgar armies, the Ottomans gained control of the Byzantine Empire. By 1453 the Ottomans ruled Constantinople and continued to conquer other regions to further…

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  • Compare And Contrast Empire And Ottoman Empire

    Because of this, the Ottoman Empire was seen as the most powerful country, being in a state that Europe wanted to emulate. Towards the end of the 16th century, Europe gained a more powerful government and military, as the Ottoman Empire’s power reached its peak. Europe created this idea of the Ottoman Empire shifted from a democratic society to a despotic society, becoming corrupt and unjust.2 The Ottomans were now seen as “lawless and absolute power in the hands…

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  • Catherine The Great's Rule

    and so forth) and the East (Russia and its sphere of influence in Eastern and Central Europe). The central point of this Eastern Question was contention over the influence and degree of control these opposing powers would have over the slowly dying Ottoman Empire. Additionally, the Eastern Question dealt with the issues of colonialism - as Western Europe spread to dominate the Americas, Africa, and parts of Asia, Russia felt pressured to expand as well, to keep up with the inflow of money and…

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  • Mermaid Madonna

    Oral history and written accounts are products of memories, which are transformed into text for future civilizations to store and analyze. It is important for different cultures to instigate the importance of retaining memory as it through this trait that their accomplishments and failures will be remembered. Nevertheless, memories face a fatal flaw considering they are the product of humans, who are inevitably driven by specific interests including political, self, and economic to manipulate…

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  • Why The World Would Such A Terrible War Start

    War, chaos, destruction, ruin; these are things the world knew all too well for four straight years. Over nine million troops and soldiers sacrificed their lives and over five million innocent civilians died. Roughly $186 billion was spent in direct costs and an additional $151 billion was spent indirectly. War destroyed national relations, demolished economies, took lives, and tore our world apart, but why? Was it because the world wanted it, or they thought it would be fun? Not at all; so why…

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  • Middle East Imperialism Essay

    Since the early 20th century, there have been three key time periods of potential foreign influence in the Middle East. The first of these periods was between 1914 to 1945. During this time period, the Middle East moved from Ottoman rule to British and French mandates. The second of these time periods came at the end of World War II, when the post-colonial ride of Muslim-Arab nations was prominent in the Middle East. Furthermore, the founding of the Jewish states of Israel and the pressures of…

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  • Essay On Khojaly Genocide

    “Khojaly Genocide” Abstract: This essay tells how the city of Khojaly with population of 7000 people was targeted by Armenian armed forces in February 1992. Armenian armed forces that were helped by 366th CIS regiment destroyed Khojaly city. 613 innocent people were killed, among them there were 63 children, 106 women. The goal is to show the brutal actions of Armenian armed forces against Azerbaijanis who were unarmed and killed with brutality. They were burned alive, heads were cut off, had…

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  • Gelvin The Modern Middle East Summary

    Each of the entente powers, they had certain areas of the Middle East that they wanted to have control of. For example, Russia has always wanted a warm water port, specifically the Turkish Straits. They, also, were interested in the Ottoman Palestine area for religious reasons. France thought they had ‘historic rights’ to the area of Syria and Lebanon. It is this area which France wanted to possess. The British wanted to control land that protected their sea route to India. These are…

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