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Why America Loves Hated The Irish History

By Esa Sims
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In europe
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On 09 July 2022
Today, Irish Americans are just considered, Americans. But when they first came to the country as refugees they were seen as an infestation, a plague. Here's why Americans hated but now love the Irish. It all started with potatoes, or a lack thereof. By the mid 1840s, the average adult in Ireland ate over 10 pounds o...

And then in August 1870, the French National Assembly, outraged at these characterizations, declared war. The French were handily defeated, with Napoleon III and an army of 150,000 people captured on September. The Bavarians along with smaller states had had to join Prussia. And in January 1871, the German Empire was...

Short History Of The White Australia Policy

By Kieron Naylor
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On 15 April 2022

Australia: a great place for families. Over time, attitudes toward race and ethnicity slowly changed in Australia and around the world. Australia also realized that its relationship with Asian countries is becoming significant, strategically and economically. In 1947, non-Europeans were allowed the right to settle pe...

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The Origins Of Russia Summary On Map

By Simrah Wilson
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In asia
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On 24 February 2022
Europe trembles as the Mongols enter Poland and Hungary. It is the death of the gene Khan in Karakorum that puts an end to the offensive. The Mongol Empire at this point controls almost all of Asia. The Russian principalities find themselves subjected to the Golden Horde, whose capital ISARA. Not having the means to ...

Given this description, it seems appropriate that this eon, the Hadean, is derived from the Greek word, Hades, meaning the underworld, which is a fitting comparison to this hellish landscape. The frequent asteroid impacts were a result of the solar system being so very young, with huge numbers of large rocky bodies t...

Japan History Geography Economy Culture

By Miley Sutherland
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On 29 November 2021

Japan is as much a mystery as it is a fascination, and will likely continue to be so in the centuries to come. And that’s Japan. I hope you enjoyed this whirlwind tour of that unique archipelago and its people. If you did, then please like and share this article. Let me know your thoughts in the comments, especiall...

History Of England

By Bessie Mcghee
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On 13 December 2021

Yet, it was accompanied by significant socio-economic change. Proto-urban, or even urban settlements, known as Oneida, begin to eclipse the old hill forts, and an elite whose position is based on battle prowess and the ability to manipulate resources re-appears much more distinctly. In 55 and 54 BC, Julius Caesar, as...

Borobudur Indonesia

By Anis Sutherland
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On 24 February 2022

At the upper circular levels you will find seventy-two small stupas surrounding one large central stupa. When you look at the stupas, you will see that they are decorated in different ways. The outer levels have diamond shaped holes, while the inner levels have square holes. The diamond shaped holes stands for instab...

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Early Muslim Expansion Khalid Yarmouk Al Qadisiyyah

By Ebony Oneill
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In asia
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On 22 May 2022
As a young man, Muhammad spent his time as a merchant, probably participating in and then leading trade caravans all over the region. As is often the case with traders, Muhammad would meet and converse with members of various religions on his travels. According to the later sources, he started receiving divine revela...