David R. Mayhew – July 2013 Recommended short pieces on American political developmentDavid R. Mayhew – July 2013 Recommended short pieces on American political development
Carville Earle, “Environment, Disease, and Mortality in Early Virginia,” Journal of Historical Geography 5 (1979), 365-390
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Viennese Fin-de-Siècle Impressionism in International ContextViennese Fin-de-Siècle Impressionism in International Context
Long literary texts could no longer be sustained; they were replaced by aphorisms, short sketches by such authors as Peter Altenberg and Alfred Polgar, fragments
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Review of Books September 19, 1996 Review Why the Balkans Are So ViolentReview of Books September 19, 1996 Review Why the Balkans Are So Violent
World War. In July 1991, Karlovac was again a front-line town, this time just inside Croatian-held territory. The hospital was perilously close to the now-defunct Republic of Serbian Krajina, the Serbian enclave inside Croatia
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P. M. H. Bell: “Only victory would do, and only victory could justify the sacrifices made in the war.”P. M. H. Bell: “Only victory would do, and only victory could justify the sacrifices made in the war.”
The aims of the powers involved in the fighting were ‘total’, meaning that they fought not for limited aims, but for complete victory
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Ap european History Chapter 22: The Age of Nation StatesAp european History Chapter 22: The Age of Nation States
Although conservatism was deeply entrenched across the Continent by 1850, many of the liberal and nationalists goals of the early nineteenth-century had been achieved
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Chapter 15: Society and Economy Under the Old Regime in the Eighteenth Century OutlineChapter 15: Society and Economy Under the Old Regime in the Eighteenth Century Outline
During the French Revolution and the turmoil that spawned from it, it became common to refer to the patterns of social, political, and economic relationships that had existed in France before 1789 as the Old Regime
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Study Guide: Chapters 22 and 23Study Guide: Chapters 22 and 23
On March 28, 1854, France and Britain declared war on in alliance with the Ottomans
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Chapter 13: European State Consolidation in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth CenturiesChapter 13: European State Consolidation in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries
From the early seventeenth century through World War II, no region so dominated the world politically, militarily, and economically as Europe
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Dr. Bozena Karwowska June 2, 2014 The Auschwitz Camp System: Why this precise location?Dr. Bozena Karwowska June 2, 2014 The Auschwitz Camp System: Why this precise location?
Auschwitz concentration camps established precisely near the town of Oswiecim? Why was the town of Auschwitz to be set up as a model city in the Third Reich? And why did the German company ig farben set up their factories in this region rather than in
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The Demography of Ethnic ConflictThe Demography of Ethnic Conflict
As the socialist, Arabist and pan-Africanist ideas of the Cold War, which once papered over ethnic cracks, disappear, states begin to fracture along ethnic lines. 'Winning the census' and the quest to dominate numerically come to the fore
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Bbnid14700 bkeu-i-10 Minorities in Central Europe: National Identity, Denominations and Politics in Central and Eastern EuropeBbnid14700 bkeu-i-10 Minorities in Central Europe: National Identity, Denominations and Politics in Central and Eastern Europe
Minorities in Central Europe: National Identity, Denominations and Politics in Central and Eastern Europe
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McKay Supplement Notes Chapter 15- the Age of Religious Wars and European ExpansionMcKay Supplement Notes Chapter 15- the Age of Religious Wars and European Expansion
The SpanishFrench wars ended in 1559 with a Spanish victory, leading to a variety of European wars centering on religious and national issues
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Wwii. Most students of international relations employed a villain (Hitler)/sinner (Chamberlain) image to explain the origins of wwii. Do you agree with this interpretation? To what extend do you think the system-level factors contributed to the outbreak of
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Syllabus: Comparative History of Empire in Modern and Contemporary HistorySyllabus: Comparative History of Empire in Modern and Contemporary History
American War of Independence, the Habsburg Empire, the Russian Empire and the Soviet Union, the Ottoman Empire, the Japanese Empire through the wwii
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Seventeenth and eighteenth centuries chapter summarySeventeenth and eighteenth centuries chapter summary
The seventeenth century witnessed monumental, but very different, developments in England and France. In England, there was a limited monarchy, Parliamentary government, and measured religious toleration; in France
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