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Copernicus

Where and when did Copernicus live? Nicolaus Copernicus was born in Torün, (Pronounced Thorn), in Poland on February 19, 1473 as ...

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*GeMsToNe* Published on 03/05/2007 3045 Reads European History

Why was opposition to Franco so ineffective for so long?

“The regime of General Franco considered its greatest political achievement to be the establishment of an era of peace and order w...

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marisa Published on 05/14/2006 2631 Reads European History

A Brief Comparison of Florence and Venice

A Brief Comparison of Florence and Venice Florence and Venice were the economic powerhouses of the late Middle Ages and early Ren...

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Nategrey Published on 08/05/2005 3856 Reads European History

The Scramble for Africa

By the mid 1800’s colonialism appeared to have become a thing of the past. Except for Canada, which was on its way toward self-rul...

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Nategrey Published on 08/05/2005 4053 Reads European History

‘The Weimar Republic was weak from the start, its collapse was likely’. How far do you agree with t

‘The Weimar Republic was weak from the start, its collapse was likely’. How far do you agree with this judgement on the period 19...

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deanos Published on 12/02/2004 1950 Reads European History

Protestand Reformation

The Protestant Reformation, which lasted from the early-1500s to the mid-1600s, was caused by society noticing weaknesses...

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masone4718 Published on 11/28/2004 1570 Reads European History

Protestantism: The Council of Trent

During the 16th century, Protestantism spread throughout Europe and weakened the power of the Catholic Church. In 1545 Pope Paul ...

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masone4718 Published on 11/28/2004 1940 Reads European History

The Renaissance

The Renaissance was a rebirth of classical textual scholarship, as well as new thought brought about by such prototypical ...

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masone4718 Published on 11/28/2004 1284 Reads European History

"Dark Ages" vs. "Middle Ages"

After the fall of Rome in 476 AD, the subsequent 1000 years made up a period of time called the Middle Ages. The Middle Ages are ...

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masone4718 Published on 11/28/2004 1783 Reads European History

Ancient Runic Inscription

In this essay, I will discuss the history, origins, and other aspects of Futhark, the runic alphabet. I will fo...

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absynthe Published on 10/03/2004 1681 Reads European History

Renaissance Education

Amidst social unrest and intellectual stagnation, 14th and 15th century scholars argued, emerged the Renaissance, the “rebirth.” ...

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Brent R Goodin Published on 05/09/2004 2083 Reads European History

Renaissance Education

The Renaissance was a time of change. It began in Italy during the 14th century, and spread throughout the North. People all over...

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Brent R Goodin Published on 05/09/2004 1523 Reads European History

The Causes of Witch Hunting Hysteria

From the late fifteenth century until the seventeenth century, Europe experienced a hysterical religious movement, centered on the...

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Brent R Goodin Published on 05/09/2004 1763 Reads European History

niccolo machiavelli vs. cardinal richelieu

Unlike Cardinal Richelieu, the prime minister of France during the early years of the Reformation, Niccolo Machiavelli never menti...

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Brent R Goodin Published on 05/09/2004 4300 Reads European History

The Communist Manifesto vs. Hard Times

In the wake of the Industrial Revolution of the 18th and 19th centuries, the rift between the rich and the poor became wider and m...

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Brent R Goodin Published on 05/09/2004 4087 Reads European History

Renaissance and Modern Gender Roles

Gender role is defined simply as the perceived set of expectations, attitudes, and life goals of a particular gender. But who def...

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etrane66 Published on 05/03/2004 2183 Reads European History

The Marriage of Henry the VIII and Catherine of Aragon

Spain and England had a history of poor diplomatic relations, and it was common in the Fifteenth Century for members of a royal fa...

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Bhekie Published on 04/28/2004 1375 Reads European History

The Marriage of Henry the VIII and Catherine of Aragon

Spain and England had a history of poor diplomatic relations, and it was common in the Fifteenth Century for members of a royal fa...

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Bhekie Published on 04/28/2004 1117 Reads European History

Macedonia through the hystory

THE PROPAGANDA *Macedonians should not be recognised as Macedonians as they have been of Greek nationality since 2000BC...

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makedonija Published on 01/13/2004 1384 Reads European History

Macedonia through the hystory

THE PROPAGANDA *Macedonians should not be recognised as Macedonians as they have been of Greek nationality since 2000BC. *Macedo...

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makedonija Published on 01/13/2004 1764 Reads European 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 1976 Reads European History

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 1735 Reads European History

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 1260 Reads European History

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 1529 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 1414 Reads European History

What difficulties were experienced by the German economies in the 1920’s

The German economies were beset with difficulties throughout the whole of the 1920s. The huge expenditure of the First World War h...

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crazyfish Published on 03/21/2002 1421 Reads European History

Why was Northern Italy so much in the forefront of urban self-government?

There were various reasons for the ability of certain towns in Italy to establish a certain amount of self-government. The locatio...

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crazyfish Published on 03/15/2002 1122 Reads European History

Victorian Social Reform in Britain

When considering the changes brought about in the social policy of Great Britain, in the decades immediately either side of 1900, ...

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Daryl Chambers Published on 02/24/2002 1484 Reads European History

Romanticism in Germany

Romanticism was a European cultural revolt against authority, tradition, and Classical order (the Enlightenment); this movement pe...

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Brent Goodin Published on 02/15/2002 1400 Reads European History

Edward's War

King Edward III's military tactics were the sole reason for the English victory at Crecy in 1346. Not only that, he was the reason...

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le_bra Published on 12/14/2001 1410 Reads European History