the world has ever seen. Lasting between 1914 and 1918 the impact is such that many of the repercussions can still be seen as late on as today. The allied nations defeated Germany after 4 years of war and thousands of deaths, this essay will help to
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To what extent were the years 1925 - 1929 a time of economic and political stability for the Weimar republic?
time. However as we know the way things seem are not always the way things are. In 1923 Gustav Stresemann was briefly and relatively unsuccessfully appointed as chancellor of Germany, (lasting only 103 days). The failure of this was due to his actions
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Thomas More, about what he did in his life and why he was so hard to put down by the Catholic Church and many of his former friends in the English government
in 1478. He was truly one to represent the age he lived in, a lawyer, statesman, humanist, ascetic, advocate for equal rights for women, an enlightened teacher, Henry the 8ths Lord Chancellor, author of Utopia. Thomas more was born the son
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Cultural leftovers from our past civilizations. Alexander the Great. Greece's influence on today's architecture and education.
past civilizations. I will discuss some of them. Alexander the Great discovered many ideas that we still use today. With the help of 35,000 Greeks and Macedonians Alexander managed to conquer and create his own empire from Greece to
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changes. Modern Europe was blooming in many areas. People were growing, getting smarter and continuing to question their surroundings. We called this time the Middle Ages. Most of the focus around the 12th century moves from Rome and Greece to England
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Sagrajas: Gate to the Forgotten and Failed Crusades of the Reconquista A background, compare/contrast of military capabilities, and a major battle analysis of the Reconquista.
control due to numerous invasions by the Moslems, and by the eighth century, an Islamic state existed well inland, with its main city of Cordoba becoming the largest western European city by the tenth century. As the Frankish empire began to
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What was the grand strategy of the Roman Empire before the 3rd century collapse? what Reforms began and how did they change Roman grand strategy, tactics, and military organization?
Hadrian, executed its grand strategy based on the simple concept of perimeter defense. This perimeter defense consisted of legions stationed within fortresses on the Roman frontier, and some were even accompanied by large stone walls (the most famous
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Asnwer these Questions: Define "defense-in-depth" and "barbarization." In your opinion, what role did both of these, as incorporated into the Roman army, have on the fall of the Western Roman Empire?
the outer frontiers could not be made impenetrable, and, since they would eventually be penetrated, a small reserve army that traveled to the point of attack would be insufficient should an attacking enemy penetrate more than one frontier area at one
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Describes evolution of the Frankish panoply from the Merovingian to the Carolingian period. compares it to the Roman Legionnaire?
of the Germanic Barbarians, the Roman Army eventually became "barbarianized" and the end of the heavy infantryman. It is, however, ironic that as the Roman Legionnaire evolved from the large rectangular shield and the heavy shorter sax of a foot
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Describe Viking raiding practices. How did the Carolingians respond to Viking invasions into their territory? How did Alfred in England respond?
east, the eighth century brought to Europe a new invader--this time, unexpectedly from the north. These Scandinavians seemed but harmless savages conducting minor raids in the beginning, but they would soon wreak havoc throughout the Carolingian civiliz
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