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  • What Were the Causes of the Vietnam War

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  • The French Wars of Religion : What were the causes and consequences of King Henry IV's death?

    Aside from the French wars of religion, the assassination of King Henry IV was one of the major events which had left a...

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  • Were the 1920's an era of social and cultural rebellion?

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  • What were the effects of the Spanish Civil War

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  • What Were the Causes of the American Civil War?

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  • What were the causes and consequences of the Mexican War?

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  • What Were the Causes of the English Civil War?

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  • What were the consequences of the Spanish American War?

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  • The social, political and cultural issues dealt with in William Shakespeare

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  • What Were The Underlying Causes Of World War I

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  • What Were the Causes of the First World War?

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  • To what extent were political, economic, and social development between the Revolutionary War and the ratification of the Constitution, a reflection of the colonists' dreams for independence.

    cultivated ideas regarding their dreams and how they were going to achieve their dream. After the Revolutionary War, the...

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  • What were the origins and the early manifestations of the Cold War?

    In 1945 as the Second World War was coming to a close there emerged a new and altogether different type of war. The Cold...

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  • What Were the Effects of the Vietnam War on United States?

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  • What were the causes of the English Civil War?

    Question: What were the causes of the English Civil War? Answer: The English Civil War broke out...

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  • Social and Cultural Issues That Lead to the Iranian Revolution

    Social and Cultural Issues that Lead to the Iranian Revolution In the mid 20th century, the people of Iran...

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  • What were the contributing causes of World War 1

    World War 1 is often considered as being the fault of one nation, namely Germany. However World War 1 cannot be attributed solely...

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