Revolution

The Reign of Terror and the French Revolution

History is said to be written by the winners, but is it possible to rewrite history? In a way, the French, like many who have preceded them, and many who will proceed them have done the impossible, rewriting history. From trivial folklore, such as George Washington chopping down a cherry tree, to the incredibly wrong, […]

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Nicaraguan Revolution

The Nicaraguan Revolution of the 1970’s encompassed opposition to the then president Somoza’s dictatorial leadership. The opposition campaign was led by the Frente Sandinista de Liberacion Nacional (FSLN). The liberation led to the violent ouster of Somoza’s dictatorial leadership in 1979. The FSLN governed the country from then till 1990 on socialist conditions. The revolution […]

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The Impact of the Industrial Revolution on Modern Society

Technology drives the modern world. Everything around made by human hand is the result of technological progress. Therefore, technology determines the way of the world’s future development. It is easy to see that humankind has always relied on technology from the beginning of its existence. The superiority of mankind was initially achieved by applying mechanical […]

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How Did The Tsar Survive The 1905 Revolution

Many things where going against the Tsar at that time but was the main factor? It is thought to be one of three, the failing of the opposition, and the use of force and the makings of concessions. I will investigate these factors then come to conclusion on which factor was actually most influential.The reason […]

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How did living conditions change in towns as a result of the Industrial Revolution

This essay shall not only explore the changes that had taken place but to what extent had commoners and citizens in general endured both the negative and positive outcomes of the events . During the Industrial Revolution , several changes had taken place. Baring this is mind , it can be said that some of […]

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The Causes of the Industrial Revolution 1750-1850

Nobody really knows exactly when the industrial revolution happened or what caused it, although it was roughly from 1750-1850 and was caused by many things, which are all linked in different ways. Each of these causes triggered a chain reaction of ideas, inventions and machines, all of which contributed to the industrial revolution. There are […]

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How effectively did Pitt deal with the external threats of the French Revolution

The French Revolution initially weakened France as a major power, as it had to deal with its internal problems before focusing on any external activity. However, after Louis XVI was overthrown in 1792, it became apparent France was becoming strong again. France was traditionally Britain’s great rival, so a strong and powerful France meant Pitt […]

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Reaction Paper of Andres Bonifacio and Emilio Aguinaldo

Emilio Aguinaldo and Andres Bonifacio were friends. This is a fact glossed over in our history books like Historia:Pag-usbong, Pakikipag-tagpo at Pagbubuo by Prof. Raul Roland Sebastian and Dr. Amalia C. Rosales. Aguinaldo, a bachelor and the capitan municipal of Cavite El Viejo (now Kawit), was induced into the Katipunan, a secret revolutionary society founded […]

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Revolutionary movements

Revolutionary movements, in its most enlightened form, have a common objective in being able to change the prevailing system of governance and politics to the effect that social ills and progress can be achieved. For Europe, its monarchies have been the perennial object of revolutionary movements. From the seventeenth to eighteenth centuries, Europe began its […]

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The Reagan Revolution Analysis

When Ronald Reagan became the President of the United States, he made many changes in government which were beneficial for the American people at that time. During his presidency, there were many problems that needed to be addressed and his policies effectively dealt with them. Indeed, the Reagan Revolution had a positive impact in American […]

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Did Desert Storm Represent a Revolution or Evolution in Air Power

On the morning of 16 Jan 1991 images of precision strikes targeting Saddam Hussein’s Baathist regime , brought the employment of airpower to the forefront of global consciousness . Concurrent with images of the attacks, the world’s media were broadcasting press briefings lauding the ‘revolutionary’ achievements of ‘surgical strikes’ conducted by F-117A Fighters; a capability […]

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Enlightenment against the Old Order in European Societies

A great wind swept Europe during the eighteenth century. Yet another evolution of society was ensuing and reason not authority, science not religion, individualism not collectivism were the pervading principles which must govern human society. This wind which shattered the very foundations of the feudal order was known as the enlightenment and France was probably […]

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The Philippine American War

The rights of Filipinos were violated during the Philippine-American war because America thought it was their “responsibility” to govern the Filipinos and be a nobler destiny. America took up the white man’s burden when it came to the Philippines. Instead of America allowing the Philippines to declare their independence the Filipinos go into another revolutionary […]

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United States and Creoles Pride

Latin American Revolution DBQ During the time of 1810 through 1826, the Creoles, people who were born in Latin America with Spanish blood fought back against the Peninsulares, people who were Spanish born pure blooded for their independence. The Creoles were being deprived of their freedom. Therefore, this caused the Creoles to lead the fight […]

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Domestic and foreign policies of Napoleon Bonaparte

Napoleon’s Domestic and Foreign Policies Prior to the 1700s, King Louis XVI got in power. He married Maria Antoinette. She is the daughter of Katherine the Great from Russia. While the king and the queen were enjoying their life in the palace of Versailles, people outside the palace had difficulties finding bread. The French Revolution […]

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DBQ Women’s Rights, The Market Revolution, and The Great Awakening

Between 1815 and 1860, mass revolutions in industry and religion spread throughout America, changing it politically, economically, and socially. These revolutions affected all of the country in various aspects, especially in opening new opportunities for women at this time. The Market Revolution and Second Great Awakening affected the evolution of women’s role in the family, […]

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