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Reasons for Exploration
What made man explore his world and venture forth? What prompted the exploration of our history?
Refreshing Honesty in the Algerian Resistance
Memoire Algerienne by Henri Alleg gives the reader a glimpse into the lives of the resistance movement in Algeria during WWII where many were fighting for independence from France and prevention of Nazis occupation.
Religion and the Role It Plays for UN Missions
In order to understand how important religion is in UN missions, one has to agree that a regionís culture plays a major part the day to day operations of the region including that of society and government as well as the interactions with the world around the region.
Renaissance Europe - A Book Review
What was Europe like during the Renaissance? How did the people live? What drove the society that gave us lasting art, education, and religion? Discover all this and more in Renaissance Europe 1480-1520 by J.R. Hale.
Renaissance Humanism Effect on Christianity
The Humanistic movement did lessen the hold that religion had over mankind by emphasizing individualism. Religion became more important to people. Ironically, religion lost its hold while gaining fascinating new inroads.
Review of Temperance, Alcohol,...
Jessica Warner, a Yale and Princeton graduate, wrote ‚ÄúTemperance, alcohol, and the American evangelical: a reassessment‚ÄĚ. The article addresses three related topics in Antebellum America that have rippled out to present day with a loud roar: temperance, alcohol, and evangelicals.
Revisionism of the Nanking Massacre
Revisionism has become a hot topic over the last few decades. This has come about with new archeological finds, records, and movements in national pride. The Nanking occupation by Japan in 1937 has become a revisionism volcano where many are even dismissing the actual accounts of atrocities.
Role of Newspapers in American 1790s
There was no CNN or Internet to promote political opinions in the 1790s or any time during the American development stage.
Roman Military and the Marian Reforms
In the early Republican Army, the military service allowed only those with a set level of property possession to participate in campaigns. This limited the number of men who could serve regardless of age and health. When this rule was first implemented, it served a two prong purpose.
Roman Sunset - A Book Review
One area of history that is not neglected but not really focused on is the Roman occupation of Britain. Fiction or nonfiction, this period is very interesting. Elizabeth May approaches this period with a story youíll fall in love with in Roman Sunset
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