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Suffragettes

In Great Britain, woman suffrage was first advocated by Mary Wollstonecraft in her book A Vindication of the Rights of Woman (1792...

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ashchap Published on 11/24/2002 863 Reads History

How Did The Environment Affect The Native American Indians With Particular Reference To The Woodland

How Did The Environment Affect The Native American Indians With Particular Reference To The Woodland Indians? The environment h...

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ashchap Published on 11/24/2002 623 Reads American History

The Jamestown Massacre

104 men were sent to form Jamestown in 1607. 4 months after they arrived, 70 had died. Thousands were sent to take their place ove...

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ashchap Published on 11/24/2002 649 Reads History

The Schlieffen Plan

The aim of the plan The aim of the plan was to avoid fighting two wars at once (France and Russia) The Plan The plan was to...

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ashchap Published on 11/24/2002 927 Reads History

Should Napoleon Bonaparte Be Considered A Hero?

What is a hero? A hero can be defined as a common man who rises to greatness on the basis of sheer talent. Should Napoleon Bonapar...

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analranger Published on 11/13/2002 1198 Reads European History

Why did the Weimar republic fail?

After World War One ended and Germany was defeated, they returned to their country with heavy losses, a 6.6 billion pound reparati...

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rmulder Published on 11/04/2002 909 Reads Nazi Germany

9/11 photo essay

The day of 9/11 is a day that will be in the back of everybodys minds for lifetime. On that sorrowful day four passenger airplanes...

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closedcaptioned Published on 11/03/2002 645 Reads History

Amsterdam’s Architecture over the ages

Amsterdam has witnessed many architectural changes during its existence as a capital. From its earliest canal houses to its recent...

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rmulder Published on 11/02/2002 523 Reads History

To what extent was Hitler's foreign policy consistent and planned?

A subject of continuous interest in historical debate is whether Hitler’s foreign policy aims, as outlined in Mein Kampf, was inde...

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abi Published on 10/30/2002 1028 Reads Nazi Germany

Articles of Confederation

The Articles of Confederation, one of the first official documents establishing the government of the United States, was ineffecti...

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KyraDean Published on 10/29/2002 711 Reads American History

Government Providing for the Poor

“In the Middle Ages men were united by custom and prescription into associations, ranks, guilds, and communities of various kinds....

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KyraDean Published on 10/29/2002 552 Reads American History

Australian and American female nurses in the armed forces

To what extent were Australian and American female nurses treated as professionals in the armed forces? “We have made partners ...

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lilmisslaura Published on 10/27/2002 927 Reads World War I

English Revolution

The history of the English Revolution from 1649 to 1660 can be briefly told. Cromwell’s shooting of the Levellers at Burford made ...

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crafty Published on 10/27/2002 584 Reads European History

Mayan indians

The Maya Indians are Indians that Lived in parts of present time Mexico, Belize, Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador. The Maya...

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johan_985 Published on 10/27/2002 873 Reads History

Significance of Pericles' Death

The death of Pericles was a significant event in the course of the Peloponnesian War; however, even without Pericles’ leadership t...

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willus Published on 10/23/2002 808 Reads Ancient Greece

Clash Of Neighbours: The History Behind Northern Ireland Tensions

Although it is clearly established that the people of Europe hold a firm understanding and connection to their cultural and histor...

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harrycityca Published on 10/22/2002 691 Reads European History

The theatrical works of 5C Athens represent a very significant advance on Homer’s Iliad. Discuss.

It is difficult to compare the works of Aristophanes and Homer, and make a decision as to whether or not Aristophanes’ plays are m...

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tessxoxoxo Published on 10/20/2002 1098 Reads Ancient Greece

Causes of WW1

I think that the First World War was the product of long-standing rivalries rather than a badly mismanaged Balkan Crisis because i...

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trexie Published on 10/19/2002 866 Reads World War I

Culture Clash: The Puritans and the Native Americans

In 1608, a group of Christian separatists from the Church of England fled to the Netherlands and then to the “New World” in search...

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Joe_Man500 Published on 10/18/2002 799 Reads American History

A Neo-Aristotelian Analysis of Ronald Reagan’s: The Challenger Disaster

While seated in the Oval Office of the White house, January 28, 1986 President Ronald Reagan delivers his speech The Challenger Di...

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JeepJess Published on 10/05/2002 960 Reads American History

Invasion Of Normandy/ D-Day

On June 6, 1944 the largest amphibious assault in history took place. On the morning of the Invasion of Normandy, beaches in the a...

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Scrplyr86 Published on 09/16/2002 926 Reads World War II

How Humanism Contributed to Rennaisance Ideals

Through the groundwork laid by the Hundred Years War, the Black Death, and the Protestant Reformation, Italian Renaissance humanis...

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Scrplyr86 Published on 09/16/2002 861 Reads European History

Expression of Renaissance Ideals throught the Art of the Period

The humanist and secularist beliefs of religion, individuality, and antiquity were evident in the style and illustration of Italia...

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Scrplyr86 Published on 09/16/2002 737 Reads European History

World War II - The Axis Powers

Almost everyone knows of The Axis Powers. They were enemies of The Allied Powers in World War II. They are synonymous with The Hol...

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dot0-5 Published on 09/13/2002 944 Reads World War II

The Significance of the Gracchi

“When Tiberius and Gaius Gracchus sought to establish the liberty of the common people and expose the crimes of the oligarchs, the...

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gorringe Published on 08/05/2002 1167 Reads Ancient Rome

Why do historians differ in their interpretations of the past?

In the recent past, a story reached public attention because it concerned two historians who had examined evidence relating to the...

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supermum Published on 08/05/2002 1597 Reads History

Ancient Egypt

One of the most interesting aspects of ancient Egypt is its religion. The depth of Egyptian thinking and rich imagination displaye...

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beyondbeautiful Published on 08/05/2002 623 Reads History

Explain the formation and the break down of the First Triumvirate

The formation of the First Triumvirate took place because of the political motives and the personal motives of the three ruthlessl...

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kai-waldon Published on 08/03/2002 1324 Reads Ancient Rome

Explain the meanings and discuss the concepts and origins of Samurai and Bushido code

“Explain the meanings and discuss the concepts and origins of Samurai and Bushido code, then relate these concepts towards the mod...

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kai-waldon Published on 08/03/2002 814 Reads World War II

The First Triumvirate

“3 paragraphs, why did Caesar, Pompey and Crassus need the (amicittia) First Triumvirate.” Crassus’ motives for the need for th...

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kai-waldon Published on 08/03/2002 895 Reads Ancient Rome