563 Answered Questions for the topic world history
Do you think Alexander the Great should be known as so? why or why not (give evidence)
The Sudanese government is dominated by Arabs, people from North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.
The Pharaohs had a candle built connecting the Nile to the Red Sea opening up trade routes to Arabi has true or false
What factors led to the rapid growth of Islam following Muhammad’s death, despite early internal conflicts between Sunni and Shia?
What factors led to the rapid growth of Islam following Muhammad’s death, despite early internal conflicts between Sunni and Shia?Can you please help explain this in 3-5 sentences? Thank you!!
WORLD HISTORY PRACTICE QUESTION
Use the passage below to answer all parts of the question that follows."On behalf of the king and queen of Spain, we notify you that the pope has donated to them these islands and lands and all who... more
How many prisoners were freed from the Bastille?
What was stored in the Bastille that the revolutionaries needed?
The Storming of the Bastille is considered the starting point of what major historical event?
What are persistent values that promote the idea of black inferiority ?
Discuss persistent values that promote the idea of black inferiority using the major social institutions (e.g.: media, religion, economy, education, family, technology, and government). The key is... more
Questions about Ancient India:
What is the caste system? Talk about the importance of the Ganges for the Indians. Give characteristics of at least 3 varieties. Who was Buddha? (do not respond in a religious context). What does... more
Which perspective is the most reasonable about Harry Truman and why?
1) Harry Truman’s decision to use atomic warfare against the Japanese during WWII was not justified. 2) Harry Truman’s decision to use atomic warfare against the Japanese during WWII was... more
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What do most historians call the period of time before Spanish conquistadors arrived in North, Central, and South America? Pre-Columbian Era The Ante-Spanish Rule Montezuma’s... more
Can you help summarize what King Arthur is trying to say to Sir Gawain in each text.
Then the King commanded him to rise and come forward and he stood quickly, walked with stately steps to kneel before the king and claim his weapon. Arthur handed it over and held his hand to give... more
Help me write a letter please
Imagine you live in Europe in 1848. Write a letter to a friend, stating your political position—conservative, liberal, or radical. Express your feelings about the uprisings and the future of Europe.
Need help to see if this statement is true or false
the declaration of independence & the US constitution were influenced by the john locke and the principals of the magma carts afted the french revolution
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DISCLAIMER: Not word for word but just what the translation means with literary terms (ex: this foreshadows this because....) Then the king commanded him to rise and come forward,And he stood... more
Compare and contrast Theodore Roosevelt’s Square Deal and Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal
Compare and contrast Theodore Roosevelt’s Square Deal and Franklin Roosevelt’s New Deal what are the comparisons and differences between both deals.
America Self government culture
How is the KKK related and influenced by American’s self government culture
American Individuality Culture
How is the KKK related and influenced by American individuality culture
American pride KKK
How is the KKK related and influenced by American PRIDE OR SUPERIORITY culture
KKK nativism culture
How is the KKK related and influenced by American nativism culture
How is the KKK related and influenced by American racism culture?
Influence of white supremacy
Where is white supremacy mostly influenced with some detail
American culture in relation to white supremacy
Talk about How the KKK is related and influenced by American culture
According to the documents, what does natural law have to do with human beings? ( Modern World History )
Documents / Definitions Natural Law: The idea of perfect law based on equity, fairness, and reason, by which all man-made laws (positive laws) are to be measured and to which they must (as closely... more