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Battle of Hastings: a surprise Defeat? By Michael WoodBattle of Hastings: a surprise Defeat? By Michael Wood
The Normans turned England upside down, as their army of occupation of some 20,000 men began their rule over a nation of maybe two million souls. How did they do it?
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Case Study: Traditional rainforest tribesCase Study: Traditional rainforest tribes
The death rate of 20 is much lower, leading to a 6% annual increase in population
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The Real Irish-American Story Not Taught in Schools Tuesday, March 17, 2015 ByThe Real Irish-American Story Not Taught in Schools Tuesday, March 17, 2015 By
To support the famine relief effort, British tax policy required landlords to pay the local taxes of their poorest tenant farmers
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Whap – Chapter 9 Big Picture & Margin ReviewWhap – Chapter 9 Big Picture & Margin Review
In what ways did Tang and Song dynasty China resemble the classical Han dynasty period, and in what ways had China changed?
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Dussel and Fornazzari, 2Dussel and Fornazzari, 2
Enrique D., Professor in the Department of Philosophy at the Iztapalapa campus of the Universidd Autonoma Metropolitana, and Alessandro, Associate Professor of Hispanic Studies at uc riverside, “World-System and “Trans”-Modernity, Nepantla: Views from
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Ideological differences Stalin vs Truman During the Second World War, the usa and the ussrIdeological differences Stalin vs Truman During the Second World War, the usa and the ussr
Hitler. President Roosevelt of America had got on well with Joseph Stalin of Russia. However, Roosevelt died in 1945. He was replaced by Truman who was strongly anti-Communist and, as the war came to an end
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The Mysterious Life of Cleopatra VIIThe Mysterious Life of Cleopatra VII
She reshaped the contours of the ancient world using her relationship with the powerful Romans, but at last she could not uphold her empire and the Ancient Egyptian World came to an end
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O brave New World!O brave New World!
Worldview Inquiry: How can exploration and expansion affect the worldview of a society and the societies it comes into contact with?
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Nationalism and the Origins of Prejudice Cedric Cullingford, University of Huddersfield, United KingdomNationalism and the Origins of Prejudice Cedric Cullingford, University of Huddersfield, United Kingdom
Below we examine the nature of prejudice and its origins in early childhood and schooling – an analysis that informs the nature and function of Citizenship and History education
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Teachers’ guide 200 years that changed the worldTeachers’ guide 200 years that changed the world
Photo: 19th century Japanese child labourers. Credits Okinawa Soba
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Jill godmilow, in conversation with ann-louise shapiroJill godmilow, in conversation with ann-louise shapiro
In the following interview conducted during the winter of 1997, historian Ann-Louise Shapiro raises questions about genre, the relationship of form to content and meaning, with documentary filmmaker Jill Godmilow
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Romanticism and Revolutionary SpiritRomanticism and Revolutionary Spirit
At first I would like to tell you something about the real political situation during the late 18th and 19 century
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