• Why Did Germany Lose World War Ii, Despite Its Victories Early in the
    As in Worald War I, Germany's primary downfall was its lack of adequate allies and a war on multiple fronts. Territorially, Hitler came very close in World War II to achieving his quest for lebensraum yet his failure to concentrate his resources proved disastrous. His lack of time spent organizing t
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  • Nazi Germany - Fascist Italy
    During a world economic crisis, two similar totalitarian regimes were able to emerge in Germany and Italy. The fascist party was led by Benito Mussolini in Italy, while the National socialists were led by Adolf Hitler in Germany. The education played a key role in these two nations, as since the fut
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  • Assesment of Victory and Defeat in the Cuban Missile Crisis
    INTRODUCTION The closest the world has come to nuclear war was the Cuban Missile Crisis of October 1962. The Soviets had installed nuclear missiles in Cuba, just 90 miles off the coast of the United States. U.S. armed forces were at their highest state of readiness and demanded that the Sovie
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  • Germany 1918 - 1939
    1. The Weimar Republic The Emergence of a Democratic Republic In November 1918 there began a ‘revolution’ in Germany. This started with a widespread protest movement which as fed by war weariness and the demanding of extensive reforms. On the 9th of November, Kaiser Wilhelm abdicated and a
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  • How Can Genuine Democracy Emerge from Authoritarian Regimes?
    How can genuine democracy emerge from authoritarian regimes? Victoria Yuzova St.Petersburg State University 2013 Contents. Introduction. 3 1.What is authoritarianism? 3 2.What is Democracy? 4 3. Democratization. 5 3.1. Definition of democratizatio
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  • 19th Century Germany
    Balance of Power Bismarck’s systematic engineering of a German State. (Sometimes called Balance of Power) During Germany’s unification, the industrialization turns it into a major power. Class relations change because of the industrialization, which also created the New Money, the middle...
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  • To What Extent Did Stalin Intervene in the Spanish Civil War in Defence of International Socialism?
    When the USSR began supplying weapons and ‘volunteers’ to the Spanish Republic during their Civil War, it seemed as if Stalin was coming to the aid of international communism to defeat Franco. However, most modern historians believe this view is too simplistic and that the USSR’s aid was more
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  • World Wae Onw Essay
    Essays of the World War One 1. “Internal conditions of the Powers led to the First World War.” Discuss. Each of the European powers were passing through a political and social crisis in 1914; and in some cases the problems which confronted them were solved or at least postponed by the o
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  • War on Terrorism
    THE SOCIOLOGY AND PSYCHOLOGY OF TERRORISM: WHO BECOMES A TERRORIST AND WHY? A Report Prepared under an Interagency Agreement by the Federal Research Division, Library of Congress September 1999 Author: Rex A. Hudson Editor: Marilyn Majeska Project Managers: Andrea M. Savada Helen C. Metz Fe
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  • World in 2009
    Search Economist.com Economist.com Requires subscription Saturday November 22nd 2008 Welcome My account Log out Manage my newsletters Site feedback Home This week's print edition Daily news analysis Opinion World politics Special reports Business Finance and economics Markets and da
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  • World Famous Unsolved Mysteries
    PUSTAK MAHAL DELHI • BANGALORE • MUMBAt • PATNA • HYDERABAD World-Famous Mysteries Abhay Kumar Dubcy Unsolved PUSTAK MAHAL® DELHI • BANGALORE • MUMBAI • PATNA • HYDERABAD Publishers Pustak Mahal, Deihi-110006 Sales Centres • 6686, Khari Baoli, Delhi
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  • World War 1
    World War I World War I (also known as the First World War, Great War or War of Wars, abbreviated WWI) was a military conflict centered on Europe that began in the summer of 1914. The fighting ended in late 1918. This conflict involved all of the world's great powers,[4] assembled in two opposing
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  • Us War on Iraq
    Costs, Consequences, and Alternatives War with Iraq committee on international security studies Carl Kaysen Steven E. Miller Martin B. Malin William D. Nordhaus John D. Steinbruner Costs, Consequences, and Alternatives War with Iraq Carl Kaysen Steven E. Miller Martin B. Malin William D. No
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  • Gulf War 2003
    GULF WAR 2003 1. The Gulf War of 2003 was a unilateral aggression on Iraq by coalition forces primarily comprising of US and UK. The war was led by US and UK without the approval of the United Nations to bring the Saddam regime to an end on the pretext of:- (a) Non adherence of Saddam to UN Securi
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  • Korean War
    KOREAN WAR (1950 – 53) Introduction 1. Throughout most of its history, Korea has been invaded, influenced, and fought over by its larger neighbors. Korea's closed-door policy, adopted towards foreign encroachment, earned it the name of "Hermit Kingdom”. Japanese, Chinese, and Russian compet
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  • First World War
    ------------------------------------------------- Etymology Before World War II, the war was also known as The Great War, The World War, or The War in Europe .In France and Belgium, it was sometimes referred to as La Guerre du Droit (the War for Justice) or La Guerre Pour la Civilization / 
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  • Ap World History Textbook Outline 2000 Bce-1750
    TEXTBOOK OUTLINE Parts I and II- Chapters 1-5 I. Chapter 1- 2.5 Million- 1000 BCE A. Early human civilizations B. Triggers for change - Adaptation for environment - Looking for adequate human supplies - Started with hunting and gathering- it became less productive- ice age brought climate c
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  • The Peloponnesian War
    oxford world’s classics THE PELOPONNESIAN WAR Thucydides (c.460 – 400 bc) was a member of the aristocratic Athenian family which provided the opponents of the democratic leader Pericles, but himself became an admirer of Pericles, though not of democracy except when guided by Pericles. His subj
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  • Ap World History Outline
    Terry Wei Traditions and Encounters AP World History Review Chapter 1: Prehistory The first chapter of Traditions and Encounters sets the stage for the drama of world history by presenting the major milestones in the development of humans from their earliest appearance on earth to the dawn of
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  • World History Notes
    THE WEST AND THE WORLD HISTORY NOTES CHAPTER 1- 3 What is the “west”? The term “the west” has changed and will continue to change throughout time. The west is an area distinct from areas located in the north, east and south. The West also conjures up a variety of ideas and images
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