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Nothing at all this is not it
After World War II, towards the start of the Cold War. 1945-1965.
other questions: What happened in Britain after Roman armies abandoned the area during the 400s? In what modern countries did the Franks settle? What did...
How did it affect African and amerindian people
A.) The Jesuits trained priests, ensuring that qualified people held church positions. B.) The Jesuit Order was a special group of priests that were allowed to marry. C.) It helped resolve...
• Explain why European exploration led to cultural clashes and interchange between the Europeans and the native peoples of the areas they conquered. • Relate the events stemming from the Renaissance to the Age of Discovery. • Analyze the impact that took place in Africa and the Americas due to slave trade. • Explain the reasons why Europe was invested in South and Southeast Asia, and... read more
Did the Industrial Revolution provided more positive, rather than negative effects on Europe?
I need only one example and if you can explain a little bit about it thank you so much.
Show the historical process of European societies turning into ethnic nations with the ambition to create national states. Start with Enlightenment and point out various stages, events, and even earlier...
This is a question I have for an Extra Credit question and It would really bring up my grade. This is about Napoleon III and how his dictatorship is similar to the ones of unified...
My great-uncle Hans was the executive officer (1 Wachoffizier) of the German submarine U-618 during WWII. While on patrol, the sub's activities were recorded in the log (Kriegstagebuch, or war diary). After the war, captured German naval records were microfilmed and archived by the British Admiralty, and copies are stored in the National Archives. Another u-boat researcher, Jerry... read more
If jean Jacques Rousseau was living today how would he analyses the current fiscal situation public policies perspective and how any would historical decide the current financial crisis in America...
So you finished your first AP class, and you think you did pretty well. You're taking three of them next year in preparation for college admissions, so you're definitely going to relax over the summer, right? No! While the school year is still fresh in your brain you should consider the following: 1. How could I have been better organized? 2. Where did I struggle? 3. What are my... read more
Everyone knows that demonstrating the ability to think critically on tests and assignments and in writing is the way to your teacher’s or professor’s heart. But how do you do that when you don’t even know what critical thinking is? Although “critical thinking” is a much debated term, I would simply call it your ability to analyze a given issue or problem. Okay, great, you say ... so what the heck... read more
The 2013 AP Exams will be administered over two weeks in May: May 6 through 10 and May 13 through 17. Click on the following link for more precise dates: http://professionals.collegeboard.com/testing/ap/about/dates For those taking the AP European History, AP US History, AP World History and AP English Language and Composition, the dreaded DBQ section is upon you! Are you ready? Rather... read more
In Daniel 5, Belshazzar gets the "handwriting on the wall" (that's where the modern phrase comes from) and Darius the Mede conquers him without hardly a fight. Having drunk soldiers for gate guards will do that. This is the end of Babylon as far as reigning kings. Then Darius takes over and the Medes and Persians reign (as noted in Daniel 2). However, archaeologists could not find Belshazzar... read more
At my regular tutoring job, my new AP US and world history students will sometimes tell me, in detail, just how much they loathe the subject of history. When I ask them why they feel that way, the answer is almost always the same - they've got a dull history teacher at school. This makes me sad. Ever since I could read, I've loved history, and now, twenty years and change later, it's still... read more
Nearly all high school and college students have a research paper requirement. Many college students are likely facing imminent research paper deadlines as the semester ends. Writing research papers can cause a lot of anxiety. This article will teach you how to narrow your research topic, clarify your thesis statement, and sort and organize your research to help you simplify your final editing... read more
How do people know he did it?
Many of my students have told me that Social Studies or History is their worst subject. When I ask why, they say they “just don’t get it”. I usually find out that they have a hard time connecting the dots. For example, they learn about the American Revolution but don’t understand how it connects to King George III and the Declaration of Independence. This article gives parents, tutors, and teachers... read more