Controversy is the lifeblood of history; here Graham Darby takes issue with a previous articleControversy is the lifeblood of history; here Graham Darby takes issue with a previous article
Alexander II an Alternative View Graham Darby, Head of History at King Edward VI school, Southampton
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The Black DeathThe Black Death
In just two years, 25 million people died of the plague. In ten years, the plague had killed over 1/3 of Europe's population. Can you imagine the fear people must have felt? People were sick everywhere
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Causes of the french revolution--packet 1Causes of the french revolution--packet 1
One of the most important events of European history in the 18th century was the French
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Document 1 (page 101)Document 1 (page 101)
The principal of equality pervaded the cahiers to the Third Estate. Discuss this statement
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History 280: Book Summaries Spring 2002History 280: Book Summaries Spring 2002
Klaus Epstein, The Genesis of German Conservatism (1966) establishes the existence of a strong
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Russian absolutismRussian absolutism
Ivan III liberates the Russians from the Mongols who had ruled it from 1240-1480, stops paying tribute and becomes the first Tsar
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Japanese vs European FeudalismJapanese vs European Feudalism
Although Japan and Europe did not have any direct contact with one another during the medieval and early modern periods, they independently developed very similar socio-political systems. Often, these systems are labeled as feudal
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From at least 1766From at least 1766
Common Era, China was ruled by dynasties. A dynasty is a family that passes control from one generation to the next. A dynasty does not have to last for a long time. One Chinese dynasty lasted more than 800 years while another lasted only
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