Empire

Ottoman Empire

Turkey, which was by then the Ottoman Empire, came into the war towards the end of October 1914. It had not recovered from its wars, which took place between 1911 and 1913. Its state coffers had been drained as a result of the war. In the meantime, its leader, Enver Pasha, a young military officer […]

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Role Of Fear In Roman History

The focal point of this essay is to explain the role of Fear in Roman history. It would be evaluated and explained how paranoia lead to Roman expansion, and how well did it serve to protect the empire from attack. The role of fear would also be evaluated and examined in the context of Roman […]

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The Roman Empire Example #2

The Roman Empire expansion began in 437 BC. The expansion lasted for two centuries. During the whole duration of the expansion, defense was the key factor of the administration and military strategy at the beginning and towards the end of the existence of the empire. (Frank. F. Abbott ,1901) At the beginning, the Roman Empire’s […]

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The Roman Empire Analysis

The Roman Empire is the result of one of the first attempts to unify the European continent. It dominated history for more than five centuries before succumbing under the influence of numerous factors. During Octavian’s rein, the empire had indeed become the sole most powerful entity of the time. Military speaking, he had taken control […]

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Compare and Contrast the Ottoman, Safavid, Munguhl Empires

The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughals were all gunpowder empires. The purpose of this essay is to compare and contrast the differences between all of these empires mentioned. Each fall into five different categories. Socially, the Ottoman Turks were each millet, or a nation, inside the empire and had separate social customs in accordance with the […]

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Fall of the Ottoman Empire

The Ottoman empire; one of the greatest empires in history. The Empire, at its height, ruled most of the land around the Mediterranean. It contributed much to culture, science, religion, war, politics, and the world. Its monumental fall will be known throughout history. How can the swift decline of the Ottoman power be explained? Perhaps […]

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The Rise to Power: The Mongols and The Aztecs

The history of these two empires shows how they were able to conquer the different variations of subjects, and by this the Mongols had to conquer slightly more technologically advanced populations than the Aztecs had to. Even with being built on different hemispheres and different time periods, it is very odd how they compared in […]

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Separation from british empire

The British Empire of the 18th to 20th century covered all the inhabited continents of the world and it was stated that the “Sun never sets in the British Empire”. (Lamb, 2004) However, though the British North America was a part of this Empire it was in reality a colony of the British Mainland.

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The peace during the Pax Romana provided a time for Christianity to rise

Followers of Jesus, a Jewish man, started a new religion, Christianity. Christianity started to grow during the Pax Romana, a period of peace in Rome. The Pax Romana lasted from 27 B.C.E to 180 C.E. and during it government improved, literature prospered, engineering improved, and laws formed.

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