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Martha Washington's Childhood - First Lady Series
Most Americans know of Martha Washington as the first First Lady of America. What few know is of her childhood. It was her childhood that helped to mold her into the lady everyone has admired for all of American history.
Martha Washington's First Marriage
Martha Washington is known as the very First Lady of the United States and the wife of the famous President George Washington. Many people don't realize is that this regal woman was once married to another man and her only children came from that union. Martha Washington was once Martha Custis.
Martin Luther's Humanism Education
To understand Luther and the Protestant Reformation, one has to understand humanism. This Renaissance was a movement that would have man taking control of their own lives and souls: “man was now the creator of his own destiny.”
Media's Role in United Nations
The media is a very powerful tool and can be both a positive and a negative reflection of any subject they aim their eyes at. When it comes to United Nations, I think the media has played a very negative role as it does with any dramatic event.
Medieval Church's View of Medicine
Especially after the Black Death, astrology became a major factor in the field of medicine.
Medieval Medicine and the Roman Empire
Like any profession or area of study, medicine has developed and changed over the years. From the earliest of times, it has involved with a little bit of basic science mixed with a little bit of magic or hope. Medieval times were not any different.
Meiji Restroation and the King of Siam
The Meiji Restoration was the movement of Japan in the 1800s toward a modern nation. It was the reaction of the changing times as the West moved into the East and began to force changes.Siam was another country who was able to hold off colonialism while bringing its people into a new world.
Middle East After World War I
What happened to the Middle East after World War I? The answer to this can be summed up in one sentence: The Middle East was butchered and dispersed to the large European Powers.
Middle Eastern Political Topics After WWI
Since the close of the first World War, five major components have made up the spine and the heart of Middle Eastern politics. They include religion, European imperialism, oil, desire for Islamic purity, and the nature and power of the jihad.
Midnight in Peking - Book Review
How much of history is a blurb in a book or document and never investigated further? How much history gets lost that would actually open the doors of the past up further? Paul French explores this through his book, Midnight in Peking.
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