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Romanticism

Topic: History

Romanticism is an epoch that was between the years 1790-1850. At the time, the world situation is very tense. There were several reforms, reactions and revolutions. The population increased, it became more and more industries, dissatisfactions with life and more people lived in cities, in the romance arose a new world view emerged. All that led romanticism where they dreamed away. View school work »

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Imperialism, Nazism, Soviet Union

Topic: History

Imperialism

Already in the same period as it was found the geographic areas Europeans had made advances on foreign continents. It was mainly sjömakterna Spain, Portugal, the Netherlands, England and France who ruled over was its colonial empire during the trading capitalist epoch. During the 1800s and last year raced the great powers to put such large tracts of land under him as possible, and these colonies which were formed was attached firmly to their conquerors. View school work »

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Revolutions

Topic: History

1. When the French Revolution broke out and how it was in France before the Revolution?

The French Revolution broke out in 1789th
But why the rebellion broke out then?
It had been bad weather for the harvest in France for many years. View school work »

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Holocaust 1933-1945

Topic: History, War

1933: Hitler became chancellor of Germany. The NSDAP becomes the only authorized party
in Germany. The Nazi ideology was begun immediately after the takeover of power on
January 30, 1933. The Germans begin the persecution of undesirable people.
Jews noticing the consequences of the Nazi anti-Jewish policy immediately. Jewish shops, lawyers and doctors boycotted. Since barred Jews to work in the state. They were forbidden to participate in all cultural contexts.
The Nazis gathered and burned books by Jewish authors, and writers View school work »

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French Revolution

Topic: History

1700s

France was the 1700's Europe's largest country with 24 million inhabitants.
The people were divided into nobility, clergy, burghers and peasants. The king was considered to have received their power from God and his power or decision could not be challenged.
During most of the 16- and 1700s was France in the war. This affected the French economy. View school work »

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The Middle Ages

Topic: History

1) What major changes came in agriculture?

During the early Middle Ages they used to have land divided in two parts. You could be planted only one year at a time on each. Ie cultivated on the one part, one year, and in the second part of the second year. That eventually divided the land into three parts was a major advance in agriculture. View school work »

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Home test in History

Topic: History

World War I

The prelude
Before the First World War, the start had great powers of Europe have long formed alliances with each other to prevent war. In the end, one can say that Europe consisted of two "teams" of countries with Austria-Hungary and Germany on the one hand and France, Britain and Russia on others. View school work »

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China, the Great Wall of China and the tsunami

Subject: Geography, History

Facts about China

China with its 1.3 billion inhabitants, China is the most populous country in the world. Chinese call this country the Middle Kingdom, but officially called the People's Republic of China. The language spoken in the Middle Kingdom is Chinese. China is one of the areas that people inhabited the longest. Scientists have found the oldest finds from around 67 000 years ago. Various periods in that time, the Chinese community was the most developed in the world. View school work »

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Egypt

Subject: Geography, History

NILE

Along the Nile was created about 5,000 years ago the world's first kingdom, and it was Egypt.

Nile flooded each spring and the Nile floods were often extremely violent. When flows fell back had been flooding the fields provided with nutritional and stayed the remaining water in the recesses of nature. View school work »

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Historical economics

Topic: Economy, History

Task 1.)

I'm going to tell you how modes of production (ie the "production") of food has changed over time. What is the significance of the various technological advances had and bring those five periods included in the task, etc.
First it was the people who were called hunters. They made tools of stone, wood and bone. They lived by hunting, fishing and gathering. View school work »

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