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History Journal: John Adams

The movie is about the Boston Massacre of 1770. The movie takes place in the freezing cold and army soldiers can be seen killing some men and injuring others as...


American History Questions

Q 1. John Winthrop, considered by many as the earliest prominent Puritan minister, was key in their decision to move to America. He was one of the estimated 20,000 to...


Fraud, Why the Great Recession Happened

The great recession cannot be associated with free markets. The banks had a lot to do with the economic imbalance. People deposited money and as their legal obligation, banks received...


Cultural Regions of North America Preceding Colonization

Introduction The three cultural groups that directly preceded colonization are the Algonquian, the Iroquois and the Narragansett. This essay will briefly profile the three cultural regions of North America that...


Theodore Roosevelt

Theodore Roosevelt was elected president in 1904 and ordered the government to prosecute a number of trusts. This earned him the title of "trust buster." He did no problem with...


The Civilizations of the Renaissance

Jacob Burckhardt toured most of Europe particularly in Italy, studied its past art and developed a keen insight into its cultural significance before writing, Civilization of the Renaissance in Italy....


The American Revolution

The British government engaged in efforts to establish stringent control and raise revenue from colonies ever since the Paris Treaty (Lancaster, 23). This led to discontent among the colonists who...


Africa and Black Liberation in US

The topic of the texts is the struggle for liberation by African-Americans. The texts depict the human rights abuses the Negro- American have gone through while agitating for freedom and...


Renaissance Through 1855

Ross Kilpatrick's "Hagar and the Angel in Giorgione's Tempest" There have been many interpretations of the famous Giorgione's painting "Tempest", which has presented its viewers with a perennial riddle, with...


The Reign of Napoleon

Very few leaders have subjugated an era as meticulously as Napoleon dominated his time. Just like Hitler, alluring, a politician as well as a master of psychology, indeed shaped his...


Montgomery Bus Boycott

Introduction Freedman (80) asserts that the Montgomery Bus Boycott in the mid 50's happened at the time when the civil rights activism was at the peak. The origin of the...


Wiener and Ravitch Debate

History is an inseparable part of the academic curriculums, although many students do not possess rich knowledge in this subject. Many politicians and historians try to solve the problem. The...


World War II and America

World War II was a global military conflict that commenced in 1939 and ended in 1945. This war involved many nations of the world, including all nations that are considered...


Youth Movements

Richard Ivan Job's "Youth Movements: Travel, Protest, and Europe in 1968", discusses the events that caused unrest in Europe and led to its integration. It describes the movement of young...


“The Time Period”

The period known as the Middle Ages constituted of immense chaos. In fact, it is one of the most chaotic periods in ancient history. It was a period between the...


The Emperors and the Empire

The Roman Empire was the most powerful state of the ancient world. It started as a kingdom, then as a republic, and continued as an empire. The extent of Roman...


The founding fathers in the American education

The founding fathers in the American education believed that everyone must have good education though they were afraid the tyranny of a central authority might take control making the system...


The Greatest Leadership in America

Admittedly, political change is inevitable in the democratic process. In the past years, dynamism has led to the emergence of the strongest of leaders. America has transformed immensely, this is...


The Egyptians

The Egyptians were concerned about building their supremacy and control over the Arab country with an effective display of military and negotiation power of the Arab world. Consequently, Egypt was...


The Egyptian and Tunisian Movements

The movements formed in both Egypt and Tunisia greatly facilitated the downfall of autocratic rule. "Social media played an important role for their success where Facebook, Tweeter, Youtube and TwitPic...


The Cuban Missile Crisis

Introduction The Cuban Missile Crisis was the nearest incidence the universe ever came to nuclear conflict. The United States military forces were at their uppermost state of eagerness. In addition,...


Clarence Darrow: A plea for Mercy

Appeal for mercy is a speech that was issued by Clarence Darrow in 1924 on the case of Leopold and Loeb, who were the teenage sons of two rich Chicago...


Civil War

In the work, of history done by eminent historians such as Charles and Mary beard refers to civil war as the second revolution of America. However, this naming happened after...


History of the Three Cultures in Spain

Spain did emerge as a unified country in the 15th century. Due to its geographical location, the country was subjected to numerous experiences, which affected the culture of the Spaniards....


History Primary Source

History primary sources record the event from the exact sources that existed during the event. Unlike secondary sources, history primary sources are important to use when we want to get...


History Short Questions

The Hitler's territorial aggression and the reactions by the British and French at Munich Most historians have come to a consensus that the World War 1 was Hitler's war in...


Regions of English Colonial America in the 1700s

Introduction In the 1700s, there were three regions of English colonial America. These included the New England colonies, the southern colonies and the middle/mid-Atlantic colonies. Some scholars argue that there...


Capitalism and Colonialism

Capitalism can be defined as a system of economy in which the means of production are owned by private individuals and organizations, whose main goal is to make profits. In...


World War 1

Introduction World War 1 was fought across Europe, European colonies and the neighboring seas in the course of August 1st 1914 and November 11th 1918. The unrestricted submarine warfare, initiated...


World History

It is indeed true that there were various dominant political and economic ideas which characterized the 19th and 20th centuries. One of these dominant ideas is nationalism. Nationalism shaped various...


The Reason Why Compromise on the Spread of Slavery Was Possible In 1850 and Not Reached In 1861

Slavery is a system in which humans are owned as a form of property and are in total control of another person. It revolves from one generation to another with...


Chinese Immigration

Introduction There are approximately 2 million Chinese immigrants the United States, making them to be the fourth largest immigration set in the country. The major immigration flows of the Chinese...


The Roman Empire and the Han Dynasty

The Roman Empire and Han dynasty attract significant interests among historians. There exist similarities and disparities concerning the way both entities gained and lost their power. Historians attribute the Han...


The Mexican American struggle during the 1940s

The Mexican American struggle involved deep-rooted racial prejudice and discrimination between Americans and the Latinos. The polarization of society that emanated from shrunk liberty and disorder and disregard to humanity...


Oregon’s Three Usual Stages of Frontier Development

Introduction The American settlement of Oregon is a perfect example that shows the stages of frontier development. The three stages of frontier development are namely trade, settlement and statehood. Trade...


China’s History

Q1. In what way has China's geography and natural resources affected imperialism and decolonization? How did this influence manufacturing in the region? China is a vast land that has abundant...


The Radical and the Republican

Introduction: The Radical and the Republican is a book by James Oakes, a prolific scholar and a respected Humanities Professor at the Graduate school of City University of New York....


The Ottoman Empire

The Ottoman Empire is an excellent example of how the strength of a state can be at the same time as its weakness. The factors, which had contributed to the...


The Great Depression vs. the Great Recession

The Great Recession has been termed as America's worst economic crisis, which took place between the years 2008-2010. It was more severe than the Great Depression, but both of them...


The Holocaust

The Holocaust refers to the systematic killing of people of Jewish ancestry in Germany during the reign of Hitler. The Jews were killed by being locked up in concentration camps...


The Fall of Rome- Is the United States on the same path

How does the Roman Empire before its collapse compare to the present-day America? While the economy of the United States of America has continued to be the strongest in the...


The Collapse of the Mongol Empire

The Mongolian empire was one of the greatest empires during the period between the 13th and 15th century (Craughwell, 2010). The empire covered most post parts of Asia extending from...


The Conspiracy to Assassinate President Lincoln

The assassination of President Abraham Lincoln was scarfed with a conspiracy. The accident took place on April 14, 1865, when the American civil war was ending. It happened just five...


Liberalism in the United States since 1880 to the Present

Outline This paper is about Liberalism in the United States and it is organized as follows: Introduction: Here, meaning of the word liberalism in the United States context is given....


The 1812 War

The war of 1812 is a remarkable event that will forever be remembered in the American history. In this war, the American was attacked by the Great Britain who Washington...


The American Civil War

The North had several advantages in the war against the South. First, it had a large population of nearly 21 million people as compared to a paltry 9 million people...


The American and French revolutions

The famous French and American Revolution both emanated as a result of the enlightenment ideal which consistent encouraged and emphasized the idea of equality and natural rights. This clearly shows...


The 1967 Six Day War and its effect on the History of Israel

Introduction On June 5, 1967, a war between Egypt, Syria, Jordan and Israel began only to end on June 10, 1967. During this war, Israel possessed the Gaza Strip, the...


Texas Music History: Accordion

After seeing the related video I have understood that it is hard to imagine tango, bal-mussetes, polka or czardas without the sound of the accordion. Another point is the folk...


Teaching History

The articles from the selected chapter deal with different problems in education. Among the problems discussed by the authors is the lack of interest to studies, namely, history. James W....


Slavery in American history

Slavery is inseparable with American history, especially in the African American community. It defines how America rose from the ashes and rejected the treatment of men as lesser beings in...


September 11, 2001 Terrorist Attacks in the USA

Terrorist attacks in the US, September 11th, 2001, caused many changes regarding security matters of the country. As Matson (2011) points out, security precautions and changes have been developed over...


WWII The Pacific

On December 7, 1941, a successful surprise attack was carried out by the Japanese on the Pearl Harbor where more than 2400 people lost their lives, 1300 others had injuries,...


Roman Empire

The extension of territories to the shores of the Italian Peninsula that had been initially at the banks of Tiber was the beginning of an impressive career. There are several...


Revolution and Terror

Introduction The American Revolutionary war is considered to have been unpopular both in England and in America. Despite this, the American Revolutionary war was astonishingly won and America immediately changed...


Women’s Participation in the Renaissance Period

Sometimes the term "Renaissance" is understood as a period of rapid and intense cultural, literal and scientific development that replaced a long era of spiritual and creative stagnation. It is...


Women Mathematicians in History

Women mathematicians exhibit distinct characteristics that differentiate them from other women. Most of these women were ascetics and sensualists, while, on the specific note, some were materialists and others transcendentalists....


Women in War

The Civil War, the First World War, and the Second World War were important historical events that transformed perceptions regarding the role of women in society. These wars highlighted the...


Why does the Study of Japanese History Focus on the Recent Past and the Activities of Cultural Elites and, indeed, Males

In recent history, Japan has had a tremendous growth both economically and diplomatically making it among the leading nations in Asia. The growth has occurred over the last few decades,...


Western Civilizations

Europe is said to be the most influential continent in the world, this is because it is seen as the most industrialized continent in the world. The continent is also...


Were the Founding Fathers Sexist from 1787?

Sexism is an ideology which is a disadvantage and claims different rights for men and women. If the control belongs to men, it is a patriarchy, and if to women...


Revolution of the American Society

The history of American culture and the civil war are the main contributors of the revolution of the American society. Since colonialism, servants and other poor whites have discriminated a...


Urban history in the US

Urban history in the US not only covers the growth of the cities and towns but also encompasses the cultural diversity that accompanied this growth. The transformation of society in...


The United States of America and Mexico

The war between the United States of America and Mexico broke out in 1846 and ended in 1848. At that time, Mexico was in great debt to the United States....


The Value of Life

Explaining the Nazi way of assessing the value of a human being in contrast to the Jewish way of doing the same. During the Nazi era their was no respect...


Themes and effects of The Great Depression

Introduction The great depression was a period when the economy became stagnant and most of the countries experienced low or no growth at this period. In the United States, the...


Dr King’s Speech

The speech issue impacting the Duke of New York is that of stuttering. Stuttering is a speech disorder where a person repeats or prolongs phrases, words or syllables. A person...


The Significance of 14th Century Plagues

The peasants and aristocrats could not save themselves from this disease, and a painful and horrible death was almost a certainty. The dying and dead people lay in the streets...


The Mutiny of 1857

The Mutiny of 1857 entailed two warring groups. These were the British Empire and native Indians. This rebellion resulted from various political, socioeconomic and religious aspects and marked the initial...


The nature of history

The main goal of this article is to examine the nature of history and illustrate how individual historians can bring out different versions the same event which occurred within a...


The Lawrence Strike

The strike at the Lawrence textile involved immigrant employees in Lawrence, in 1912, that was spearheaded by the industrial employees of the world. The strike took place after mill owners...


Holocaust Narrative

I always stare into the blue, gentle and lazy clouds with wonder on what went wrong and why the world kept its eyes wide shut. January 1933, brought in a...


History of Christianity

Christianity, as a religion and as a code of life, is a much-disputed topic among historians and philosophers, even theologians do not agree with one and other on many issues....


History of Curriculum

The historical overview of American curriculum can be traced back to reigns of President Jefferson who campaigned for the creation of the public school. This created the era of the...


History of Mobile Phone

Mobile phones have been deemed as the modern invention but their origin has been traced back to the invention of the telephone by Graham Bell in 1876. The mobile phone...


History of Slovenia

Introduction The Slovenia country can be termed to one of the youngest countries in Europe to gain independence. It gained independence in the year 1991 after a ten days war,...


History of numbers

Introduction Numbers were first invented in 35,000 B.C. during which whole numbers and rational numbers were the most applicable variables in their commercial calculations. The history of numbers can, therefore,...


Development of Photography

Say "Cheese" and snap, a flash, a prickling sensation in the eye, a momentarily lapse and behold you are transfixed forever. Memories to behold, to go back down memory lane,...


History of the Holocaust

The holocaust occurred in the period between the year 1933 and 1945. This was when Adolf Hitler was the German chancellor and he is credited with being the mastermind of...


Historical Perspective

The essay is an analytical and interpretive work about Langston Huges and his poetry. Issues addressed are the time his works was written and published, influence of the then social...


History

This document was written by a scholar of history. He seems to be reporting as a third person narrator. From his concluding remarks, it appears as if he is an...


Historical Particularism

Historical particularism is the last American anthropological method of research. This approach was founded and developed by Franz Boas. He ignored the thoughts of Parallel evolutionism, according to which all...


Neville Chamberlain

The British people especially the women were not happy to see their country being in war with German. They were anxiously waiting to here that the possibility of a war...


Nationalism, moral and functional basis

Nationalism was among the most successful political strengths of the 19th century. It emanated from two chief sources: a Romantic exaltation of identity, feeling and Liberal urge that a legitimate...


Characteristics of Culture and How they Influence Military Operation

Introduction Culture refers to the relatively specialized lifestyle o a group of people - consisting of their values, beliefs, artifacts, ways of behaving, and ways of communicating. Also included in...


Gulf region

The history of the Gulf region History provides a significant analysis of early human settlement and civilization. It is important also to understand that, the history of the gulf is...


McCarthyism

McCarthyism was a political practice of making unsubstantiated accusations of disloyalty and treason without proper evidence of the claim. The term was first associated with Senator Joseph McCarthy and lasted...


Mahatma Gandhi

Mahatma Gandhi was one of the greatest and respected leaders in the 20th century. Born in1869 in the pre-colonial India, Gandhi was responsible for the emancipation of India from British...


Life as a Native in the 16th Century

Native Americans also referred to as Aboriginal Americans or the Amerindians are the original inhabitants of America who lived within the province that is currently enclosed by the continental US...


LGBTQ History

Introduction LGBTQ history is the study that refers to the history of lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender and queer. It reviews the development of homosexuals from the early times to the...


Klu Klux Klan

The Ku Klux Klan, abbreviated as the KKK is a far-right organization in the U.S. which has been historically known as an advocate for extremist reactions. Also known as the...


Fascism

Fascism is a form of nationalism with elements of radical authority (Reynolds, 2004). The main aim of fascist regimes is to unify their nations and people through indoctrination, training and...


Family Migration History

Nowadays, the United States of America remain the most popular country to immigrate. Some say that America is a country of immigrants. In general terms, almost every citizen of the...


Factors and Causes of the Civil War

Introduction The American civil war, sometimes called the War Between the States, was a disagreement that manifested in the form of a military conflict. It was between the United States...


Eastern and Western Halves of the Roman Empire

The way the Eastern and Western halves of the Roman Empire structured their politics, economy and social life highlights various contrasting aspects between the two entities. Concerning the economic aspects,...


Early US History

Before the American Revolution, the Indians had good relations with other colonies especially the French. The French had holdings in North America, which Great Britain took over after they won...


Did the Trojan War Really Happen

There has been no direct answer to the above question. This is because the Trojan War story is a myth or a legend. Most myths or legends have a basis....


Communist Threat

Communism is a socio-political society that aims for classless plus stateless people. This system leads to rights advocacy for ways of production, liberated access to utilities, plus the stop of...


American Military History

The Philippine-American War took part between 1899 and 1902. The conflict came up as the First Philippine democratic state tried to get freedom from the United States who had invaded...


Carolingian, Macedonian, and Islamic Renaissance

It is an intriguing phenomenon to realize that the Carolingian, Macedonian, and Islamic Renaissance at one point coexisted. They both have their influences drawn from similar cultures and they also...


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