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Bush's Address To Congress - Environment, Charity, and Education

After this year’s chaotic election, the country is divided and furious. It is up to our new president to heal the wounds. To do so...

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saritagarcia113 Published on 03/05/2001 952 Reads American History

Battle of the Bulge - A World War 2 Battle

The World War Two was a very severe war. There were many battles that were fought during it. One of the biggest land battles was B...

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Shaelynn84 Published on 03/03/2001 1392 Reads World War II

Hiroshima, Nagasaki, and the World

Einstein first told president Roosevelt about the tremendous power of fused uranium in the late 1930’s. Soon after this news from ...

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sixtwothecracker Published on 02/26/2001 1199 Reads World War II

Holocaust

Throughout the movie, “The Holocaust”, the phrase, “I just do my job,” was usually the only excuse most people who committed crime...

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woodcock_08 Published on 02/25/2001 1297 Reads The Holocaust

Alexis de Tocqueville's Democracy in America

Alexis de Tocqueville's visit to the United States in the early part of the nineteenth century prompted his work Democracy in Amer...

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amelie.d.marrero Published on 02/25/2001 1076 Reads American History

The Industrial Revolution

Examine in detail the History of the Industrial Revolution. Discuss why Britain led the way in the Industrial Revolution and also ...

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hashz Published on 02/24/2001 673 Reads European History

Roman Religion in A Romans Everyday Life vs. Religion's Effects on Today

"We Romans", said Cicero, "owe our supremacy overall other peoples to our piety and religious observances and to our wisdom in bel...

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Admin Published on 02/17/2001 1737 Reads Ancient Rome

Amendment Seven

The 7th Amendment is very unusual. It speaks to trials at Common Law (civil trials), rather than criminal trials. It states that i...

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capoochey2000 Published on 02/16/2001 854 Reads American History

The Phoenician Empire

The Mediterranean Sea has spawned many civilizations through history. The Phoenicians, which originated around 1200 BCE, is one ex...

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Admin Published on 02/12/2001 1182 Reads History

Ancient Surgery

The most important and influential discovery was the practice of surgery. With this invention, human life became more sophisticate...

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saritagarcia113 Published on 02/10/2001 1016 Reads History

Was the War of 1812 Pointless?

The War of 1812 proved to be the most serious challenge to face the United States since the country’s birth. This ‘Second war of I...

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Johno500 Published on 02/06/2001 1068 Reads American History

Was Colonialism Good for Uganda?

Introduction The past is another country, where it is only possible to go as a tourist, and which we will never fully understand....

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vaughan.phillips Published on 02/05/2001 2373 Reads History

A Critical Evaluation of Charles De Gaulle's Handling of the Algerian Insurrection

The 1950s was not a particularly good decade for France. The Fourth Republic, which had been established in the aftermath of the S...

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Admin Published on 02/01/2001 1056 Reads European History

My Holocaust Response

In a time and place where unity of all persons is taught as an essential for the future of our world, it’s almost unfeasible to gr...

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ashleyxoxo Published on 01/30/2001 1604 Reads The Holocaust

Ramses

Ramses the Great ruled as the greatest pharaoh of all times. Also known as Ramses II, he was born in 1304 B.C., and was given the ...

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yahoo Published on 01/22/2001 1086 Reads History

The Shogun Dynasty

The term Shogun means general. Later, it refered to the leader of the Shogunate (Samurai's government). From 1192-1867, the Shogun...

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Admin Published on 01/21/2001 1472 Reads History

Welsh History

Wales has a tumultuous and somewhat violent history. During the early years A.D., the country was in turmoil with the Roman invasi...

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tallshipchick Published on 01/21/2001 792 Reads History

Women in Post-Revolutionary Russia: The Opportunities and Obstacles

The last Tsar of Russia abdicated the throne in February of 1917. With the fall of the old regime, many old gender barriers fell...

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Jamie Published on 01/11/2001 1402 Reads Russian History

Thomas Becket vs Henry II

The High Middle Ages was a time of power struggles between the Church and the State. Increases in royal power and expeditions like...

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Admin Published on 01/06/2001 1400 Reads European History

Uncle Tom's Cabin

Uncle Tom's Cabin is one of the most famous and popular pieces of Civil War literature. It was drawn from selected pieces of a rea...

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pezpunks Published on 01/04/2001 908 Reads American History

The Four Humors

Medieval doctors had quite an understanding of the human anatomy, considering their lack of equipment and knowledge. Most doctors ...

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Ivy43019 Published on 01/02/2001 991 Reads European History

The Black Plague

“No pestilence had ever been so fatal, or so hideous. Blood was its Avatar and its seal—the redness and horror of blood.” (Edgar A...

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Ivy43019 Published on 01/02/2001 1167 Reads European History

Athenian and Spartan Government

In Ancient Greece there were four forms of government that were practiced Monarchy’s, Aristocracy, Oligarchy and Direct Democracy....

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Poloshoppr Published on 12/30/2000 2146 Reads Ancient Greece

Renaissance

The Renaissance has been described as consisting of “a rebirth of the human spirit, a realization of the human potential for devel...

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Admin Published on 12/23/2000 868 Reads History

Greek Democracy

After watching the videos on Greece and talking about their way of life, I have learned a lot about them. I found that what they d...

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Mack55_23 Published on 12/14/2000 923 Reads History

A Fooled Nation: Hitler’s Rise to Power

With a lock of hair falling over his forehead and a square little mustache on his often, somber face, Adolf Hitler seemed a comica...

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Jeniffer Published on 12/12/2000 1210 Reads Nazi Germany

The World of the Vikings

The Viking age has long been associated with unbridled piracy, when freebooters swarmed out of the northlands in their longships t...

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shellym19 Published on 12/11/2000 723 Reads History

Who Killed JFK?

Before we started the section on John F. Kennedy in our class I would have said that Lee Harvey Oswald assassinated him without a ...

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Admin Published on 12/10/2000 835 Reads American History

The Industrial Revolutions: The effects on Europe and the World

The Industrial Revolution affected life in Europe during the 19th century very greatly. Cities in Great Britain were growing rapid...

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Walterb Published on 12/10/2000 1241 Reads European History

Life Before the Pharaohs

For more than half of the twentieth century, much like the pyramids, the predynastic Egypt was a mystery to archeologists. The lit...

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Admin Published on 12/05/2000 858 Reads History