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Cold War as Reality in Decolonized Asia
The abrupt and reluctant decolonization of Asia was a major contributor to the tensions of the Cold War in the Far East. The Asian front of the Cold War became a visual representation of the deep and widening United States/Soviet Union conflict.

Columbus Letter to the Spanish Crown
Too often, the actual letters of famous are ignored. Only intense historians take the time to look at them. The following is a letter from Christopher Columbus to the King and Queen of Spain sometime during the 1490s.

Complete American Independence
In the 1790s, America was still floundering, economically, to find its footing after pulling away from Britain. It would take individual determination and political maneuverings to get American economically stable and strong.

Continuity Through the Greek Dark Ages
The Dark Ages of Greece is a deceptive phrase as many things developed in this period. What came out of this period would later explode and be described as the driving force of what would become the Archaic and Classical Greece.

Cornwallis - A Leader to be Admired
Born on December 31, 1738, Lord Cornwallis entered the world not knowing how much his name would be mentioned throughout history, especially American history.What has been missed throughout history is how much he sympathized with the colonists and his career after his surrender.

Could the Peloponnesian War Have Been Avoided?
The Peloponnesian war could only have been avoided if each side was willing to make large compromises which would be completely against their personality or culture. Though there was tension between the two states, it ultimately started outside the two city-states in Corcyra.

Creation of President's Day
Each February America celebrates President's Day. But do we really know why and some other truths behind it?

Dakota, or What's a Heaven For - Book Review
A story of a woman seeking to fulfill her dreams in the Dakota Territory only to find something completely different.

Damage Europe did to Africa
Africa existed long before Europe had the technology and courage to begin exploring the large continent. When it did, valuable resources were discovered that would change the face of African history forever. Europe needed the resources that Africa possessed.

Daniel Shays did not Seek to Lead a Revolution
Daniel Shays was an American Revolutionary war veteran who was suffering with numerous farmers in his community.he failure of the community’s petition to find relief forced Shays along with his fellow farmers to look for more drastic measures. They turned to the only successful examples they knew.

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