Also, an overview of the impacts on the Arab World is provided to enhance the understanding of the issue and its significance for the region. First, the military performance of the empire was in a [...]
Speaking about the particular role of women in medieval medicine and its further development, it is necessary to say that women were supposed to fulfill a wide range of important tasks even though they were [...]
Indeed, even though the existence of the institution of slavery was a major division between the North and the South, it was not the case that the entire North believed slavery to be inhumane, while [...]
In addition to that, he did not believe the promotion of manufactures to be significant for the country. Fortunately, the overall attitudes of the representatives of the US were rather positive, and they were happy [...]
Patricia Crone has created a work where she discusses the trends and elements of pre-industrial societies in the world, particularly those that existed in the West. Farming was a key element in the pre-industrial era [...]
The ideas of absolute monarchy in the 17th century were reinforced by the belief that rulers' right to govern was given by the power of God.
The key to the understanding of why science made a revolution in the 17th century is associated with the fact that it displaced the Earth and humans from being the center of the universe, with [...]
The scope of the Empire and the incapability of the Senate to ensure efficient management of power and the increasing importance of the army's role were the major factors that provoked the thoughts in various [...]
Literally, it meant that the Pope was considered as Head of the Christian universe and that secular princes had to submit to Gregory VII's concept of the implied universal supreme power of the Pope.
Despite the outstanding development, Napoleon stayed in the position of the second lieutenant for six years; it was not until the beginning of the French Revolution that he was able to advance his career in [...]
The religious, political, and economic changes of the Middle Ages were connected with the event known as the Investiture Controversy and the growth of the movements known as the Crusades.
In comparing the Crusades to the Investiture Controversy, it is possible to state that the similarities between these two historical phenomena are found in their relationship with both the religious and political development of European [...]
In other words, it is possible to conclude that the power of the knights and their economic and political dominance over the peasantry, as well as the power of the Church and its wealth, allowed [...]
The French Revolution was a period of political and social instabilities in France, which lasted between 1789 and 1799, and was partially planned and carried out by Napoleon in the course of the French Empire [...]
However, despite the fact that the patterns of the established ideology varied from one country to another, the majority of Enlightenment thinkers shared an opinion that they all were living in a new and exciting [...]
The aim of this paper is to explore the link between the Enlightenment project and the religious mode of thinking of the past.
The Reconstruction Era in the US refers to the period after the Union victory in the Civil War when slaves were freed and given the opportunity to change their future.
The development of the heliocentric or the Copernican model of the universe was an important event in the broad range of scientific discoveries that helped to change the cultural spirit of the century.
The main objective of the act was to eliminate the social and cultural traditions of native residents and make them a part of an established system.
Warren was a famous writer of his period, and The Opium Question became a result of Warren's cooperation with James Matheson, who was interested in presenting his vision of the Opium War, as well as [...]
What was the economic and political significance of the British-Chinese opium trade? In addition, moral was not the primary concern of the Chinese people involved in the opium trade.
Due to her sincere and open personality, self-awareness, and morality, she became an authentic leader who was able to take advantage of even from negative life events and transform them into the welfare of the [...]
Thus, the doctrine typical to western Europe of the Roman Imperial Age, the Middle Ages, and the beginning of the Modern Age favored the development of the Empire and Monarchies.
This essay aims to outline how the social and political events had impacted the lives of firefighters in the times of Cold War and the Civil Rights movement, as well as to explore the current [...]
The following paper will explain and cover the USA's role in the Cold War era in Korea, and other significant shifts of this period.
One of the reasons for the USA's rise to power is the adoption and avid interpretation of the Monroe Doctrine. The modern interpretation of the doctrine allows the USA to treat any country whose actions [...]
The movement also helped to pave the way for the further struggle of the African-American population for their rights because now they emerged as educated and talented people.
With the rise of the market economy in the medieval towns, the church had to provide its own regulations with money and the new form of economics.
The period of the Great Leap Forward of the 1950s in China was planned to become the most prosperous and progressive time in the Republic's history.
As a result, and even though Washington was created in Germany, the painting is considered to be a piece of American art, which has become favored by the American people to the point of becoming [...]
This paper will cover "The Bull Unam Sanctam" by Pope Boniface VIII."Unam Sanctam" is considered one of the first steps toward the change of Papal authority over Europe.
With the development of trade, a lot of new products reached China and started to be actively used by its population in everyday life.
It acted as the source of security for the British Empire in India and due to its strategic location between the two regions.
He said, "The great objective of the Government in every quarter of the world was to extend the commerce of the country".
The main reason for this is the fact that Britain had stakes in India, Egypt, and the Mediterranean all of which were under significant impact from the Ottoman Empire. The stability of the empire was [...]
If cameras and phones are not allowed during the trip, they would have to rely on drawings and paintings to capture the beauty of the newly discovered lands and the unique culture of the island [...]
In a Roman society of the 1st century AD, the social position of a person was primarily defined in terms of social status, as opposed to merely being rich.
Accepting the position of the President of the United States on March 4, 1933, Franklin Roosevelt in his speech promised to apply the most vigorous measures to combat the crisis.
Nevertheless, the Act was widely seen as a measure of control and assimilation that facilitated the whites' occupation of the lands native to Indians and affected the culture and lifestyle of the indigenous people.
Shlomo Sand, a professor at Tel Aviv University, seeks to examine the issues of ancient Jewish history in his book "The Invention of the Jewish People".
De Litteris Colendis and General Capitulary of the Missi are the documents that demonstrate Charlemagne's concern with spreading education and establishing Missi's institution, royal messengers, who had to supervise various parts of the kingdom.
The editor of the Russian version of Forbes magazine, an American of Russian descent, Paul Khlebnikov, wrote the book "The Godfather of the Kremlin" in which he addressed the life of Berezovsky in detail.
This paper explores the nature of the relationship between the human, the state, and the supernatural in pre-industrial societies. One case of a state in which religion provided a structure for the political establishment is [...]
One of the most interesting ideas expressed by the author is the isolated existence of the concept of disability and its evolution throughout history that was unraveling alongside the presence of disability in the society.
That is why specific attention is paid to the issue of water rights and governments recognize the criticality of reviewing cases related to this problem.
I would be used to the things that, according to Dubois and Dumenil, the society demanded of women at the time, and I would readily stay at home and take care of my children, husband, [...]
Nevertheless, remains of farmsteads and hamlets point to the active involvement of the Anasazi in construction and agriculture and trade with neighboring communities.
In the 1880s, the economic progress of Britain and its colonies became based on the idea of fair trade in contrast to free trade.
Consequently, Japan and China were unable to resist the imperialism of the Western nations such as the United States and Britain.
Many people were forced out of their work and out of their homes because of the growing insecurity in the major cities in these countries.
The thesis of the paper is that the importance of the military increased greatly due to security threats faced by the dynasty.
The attempt to use her magical powers to punish the offender and recover the goods led to her arrest for practicing witchcraft. She astonished them, and the jury, and the residents had more reason to [...]
In most of the wars associated with the United States, it is evident that the ultimate objective has always been to pursue its national interests.
This paper aims to reveal the cause of the problems faced by the United States and Germany as identified by their leaders in inaugural speeches and the ways Roosevelt and Hitler were planning to solve [...]
Churchill believes the Soviet Union "desires the fruits of war and the indefinite expansion of their power and doctrines". This was the reason Churchill was trying to urge the US to be alert to the [...]
The election of 1828 that saw Jackson ascend to power as the U.S.president remains critical in the political history of the United States of America.
In 1935, he graduated and returned to Honolulu where he was employed as a city clerk and after a short period, he was promoted to deputy city attorney. After the war, he returned to Honolulu [...]
In addition, it is important to concentrate on the idea that events and experiences of the past can influence the development of an entire nation.
Caesar was embroiled in a civil war against the Roman general, Pompey, who had fled to Egypt with the hope of garnering support from Cleopatra's brother and Pharaoh at the time, namely, Ptolemy-XIII, whereby the [...]
The reason Gorbachev chose the United Nation as the forum to deliver the speech had something to do with the target audience.
Although the rebellion was defeated, many of the demands made by the rebels were complied with soon after, in order to pacify the population and improve the public image of Virginia's ruling elite.
The article "Gifts of Mars: Warfare and Europe's early rise to riches" by Nico Voigtlander and Hans-Joachim Voth illustrate how the political situation in Europe had shaped the economic development of the continent in the [...]
At the onset of the Era of Reconstruction, the issue of freedom became dominant in the United States. The depowered groups of the population in the United States during the time of Reconstruction and the [...]
The American society went from the period of Reconstruction after the civil war in the Gilded Age, which is considered to be the epoch of intense economic and demographic growth by the progressive era because [...]
Despite efforts by the Qin dynasty to limit the access of these texts to the government and aristocratic circles, the spread of intellectualism proceeded undeterred. The inability of the government to regulate the spread of [...]
In his essay about Berlin, Emine Sevgi ozdamar describes it as a patchwork of various encounters and events all of which are somehow related to divisions and separations of different kinds family members cut off [...]
Connecting the residents of the city to the airport located in Tempelhof, it was supposed to provide safety to the residents of Berlin in case of need to escape from the city.
Another problem that the research concerns is the ambiguous presence of the former headquarters of the secret police, the Stasi, in the city, in the context of a contemporary German society that cannot rid themselves [...]
The ties that the country kept with the rest of the world were mostly economic, based on exports and imports. The first major experience of the USA in global foreign politics came with the beginning [...]
There are many examples in the past and present that demonstrate the variety of women's achievements and support the idea that each woman can accomplish even more than she believes.
The U.S.government went from supporting racism against African Americans in the New Deal era to fight against racism by the 1960s because of World War II.
The fact that the word segregation was used in the second half of the 20th century is astonishing. In 1963, the city of Birmingham was considered a fortress of segregation.
The mere idea of confronting the consequences of the application of a gunboat policy or further economic sanctions is more than enough for borrowers to capitulate to the demands of lending institutions. It is a [...]
The author interprets the political situation at the time in a way that makes us think whether the slave rebellion was not a logical point in a chain of events.
Therefore, the containment of the uprising in Eastern Europe after 1945 by the Soviet Union is an important problem that may be analysed in the context of the discourse of international relations with reference to [...]
This fact, alongside Obama's ambitious nature and his investment in the progress of American prosperity, is the reason why he is sometimes referred to as "the Reagan of the Left".
The document that is taken as a basis of a research paper is a government publication called "Zimbabwe Sanctions Program," and it describes the key aspects of the US sanctions about the country in the [...]
The early Chinese imperial period from the Qin dynasty to the end of the Tang dynasty in 907 CE was interspersed with several dynasties as also smaller states that caused great upheaval in the lives [...]
The course of the history of the United States was changed many times due to the efforts of different activists. The main goal of this paper is to demonstrate how their actions, decisions, and leadership [...]
The main goal of this paper is to analyze Reagan's era to identify episodes that highlight his incompetence to exercise the power of being president Various specialists highlight that the period of Ronald Reagan's presidency [...]
James Baldwin, in his Notes of a Native Son, writes about his experiences with people from different parts of America and the world and investigates the ideas of hatred and violence.
The stark contrast between the fundamental visions and ideologies of the Soviet Union and the United States caused a distrust between the two giants and facilitated the fear of each other's military strength.
One of such pages was the Cold War - the period of geopolitical tension that started after the World War II between the US and the Soviet Union.
The attempt to figure out the role that women played in Ptolemaic courts uncovered a radical transition regarding the significance of women from Ptolemy I, the first Ptolemaic king, to the beginning of the reign [...]
After the death of his father, Gaozong, the heir to the throne, realized that he needed the assistance of the faithful Wu Zetian and introduced her into his harem.
Malcolm was able to sell his ideas to the African Americans in various meetings in the streets of Harlem and in major universities across the United States.
The Islamic world has been covering great geographical areas in the mid 8th century which was one of the key reasons for the emergence of the Islamic Golden Age.
The emergence of shared spaces open to scientific debate contributed to the propagation of the inquiring spirit of the era, which helped to shape the cultures of many European states.
The culture of Macedonia was replicated in Egypt whereby more women were able to embrace the power of business activities. This means that such women were powerful and capable of controlling various political issues in [...]
The author discusses the topic from various perspectives including the treaty ports, the unequal treaties, and revision of the treaties, Japanese expansionism, and the origin of the war during the Meiji period.
Western countries such as the United Kingdom, Germany, Russia, and France strived to gain maximum advantages out of the defeat and subsequent division of the Ottoman Empire, which before the outbreak of the war had [...]
Regarding, the internal organization, the military-feudal system was established, and the land was owned conditionally because the Sultan had the principal right of proprietorship of all the conquered lands. Moreover, there was a new balance [...]
Although, since antiquity, the majority of settlers in the western and the central areas of the peninsula were engaged in animal husbandry and agriculture, there also were a few large and sustained settlements, especially in [...]
The purpose of this paper is to reflect on the event and discuss the reaction of the author in regard to the statements made by the two guest speakers.
2 Although it was not common for women to be landowners, the wives of some politicians or rich people were allowed to hire other men to work in their fields and gather an ample harvest [...]
The yearning for democracy was a testament to the progressiveness of a society. It has been argued that the rise of absolutism was a fundamental shift in the power structures of the continent.
Under the rule of Gamal Abd al-Nasser, Egypt's administration aimed to create favorable material, moral, and ideological conditions for the development of national culture and growth through the adoption of reforms and the establishment of [...]
The Middle East was one of the most powerful regions in the world in the 17th century, but it lost its world domination in the subsequent years due to the rapid development of European states [...]
4 The authors indicate that one of the aspects of Shanzhai that the Western countries find the most surprising is the willingness and even eagerness of the government to celebrate the imitation culture.
In his article, Llosa remarks that people do not know the real character of Guevara's actions and therefore "cling to a myth".