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The Age of Absolutism (17–18th Century)The Age of Absolutism (17–18th Century)
Absolute monarchy or absolutism meant that the sovereign* power or ultimate authority in the state rested in the hands of a king who claimed to rule by divine right.”
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Triumphs in Europe witness histc \Triumphs in Europe witness histc ' 100 audio
European leaders fought ruthlessly to create strong, unified nations. Under Otto von Bismarck, Germany emerged as Europe's most powerful empire—but at a considerable cost. In his 1870 diary, Crown Prince Friedrich wrote
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1996 acf nationals Questions by acfntc #3A1996 acf nationals Questions by acfntc #3A
Which Secretary of War was forced to resign in 1963 after lying about his affair with a teenage showgirl?
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Building a german nationBuilding a german nation
Otto von Bismark spoke to the Germany’s parliament and delivered his “Blood and iron” speech that set the tone for the nations unification. That Prussia was to be its head in this move
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History of Ancient Mesopotamia Excerpted from the bookHistory of Ancient Mesopotamia Excerpted from the book
Mesopotamian history. Modern scholarly chronologies differentiate a prehistorical period (from c. 6000-4000 B. C. E.) subdivided into epochs named after archaeologically significant locations, from a historical period
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New Civilizations in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, 2200–250 b c. eNew Civilizations in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, 2200–250 b c. e
China is divided into two major geographical regions: the steppe, desert, and high plateau west and northwest; and the eastern zone, more suitable for settled agriculture
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Chapter 2 New Civilizations in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, 2200–250 b c. eChapter 2 New Civilizations in the Eastern and Western Hemispheres, 2200–250 b c. e
Describe the response of the peoples of early China, Nubia, Celtic Europe, and Central America to the challenges of their environments
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Cultural Groups— Jomon Yanoi EpochCultural Groups— Jomon Yanoi Epoch
Great Britain. They are separated by a significant amount of water from mainland China — 250 miles apart at the narrowest point
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