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The Royal Weddings That Shaped European

By Charity Frank
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In europe
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On 26 June 2022
Over the course of her 63-year reign, she strategically planned marriages to place her descendants in royal families all over Europe. And in doing so, created one of the most remarkable royal families in history. By the early 19th century, Europe had been at war for decades. After the French Revolutionary and Napoleo...

History Of England

By Bessie Mcghee
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On 13 December 2021

Returning England to Catholicism led to the burnings of 274 Protestants, which are recorded especially in John Foxes Book of Martyrs. Mary then married her cousin Philip, son of Emperor Charles V, and King of Spain when Charles abdicated in 1556. The union was difficult because Mary was already in her late 30s and Ph...

The History Of Arab Feminism

By Ciara Long
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On 08 June 2022

In Tunisia real State feminism appears and will remain an exception within the Arab world. In the majority of the other countries, independence will on the contrary marginalize the feminist fight. Egypt, political and cultural beacon of the Arab world, has been led by Colonel Gamal Abd el-Nasser since 1956. Egypt gav...

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The Entire History Of Ottoman Empire

By Annette Holloway
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In europe
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On 26 January 2022
in 1299 AD, a leader of the Turkish tribes in Anatolia who established a formal government and gave foundation to the Ottoman Turks. He and his son Orphan started conquering and expanded the territory to the North West and captured Bursa in 1326. Bursa became the new capital of the Ottoman state and the Byzantine Emp...

The Origins Of Russia Summary On Map

By Simrah Wilson
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On 24 February 2022

Boris becomes increasingly isolated and unpopular. Suddenly, a young monk named Gregory Overpaid flees his monastery and goes to Kiev. There, he claims to be Dmitri Ivanovich, the youngest son of Ivan the Terrible, who was supposed to have died 12 years earlier. The impostor is received by the king of Poland to whom ...

How Rome Conquered Greece Roman History

By Christie Lord
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On 12 October 2021

In a symbolic gesture, his soldiers buried the Greek dead, whose bones remained on the battlefield. By doing that the Seleucid ruler was trying to show how full of piety he was in comparison to the barbarous Romans, and how much more he cared for the fellow Hellenes than Philip. The latter considered this gesture a d...

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What Caused The French Revolution Tom Mullaney

By Kanye Lester
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In europe
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On 20 July 2022
King Louis ordered the First and Second Estates to meet with the National Assembly, but he also dismissed Necker, his popular finance minister. In response, thousands of outraged Parisians joined with sympathetic soldiers to storm the Bastille prison, a symbol of royal power and a large storehouse of weapons. The Rev...

European Conquest Of America Summary On Map

By Brogan Kemp
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On 26 June 2022

He then founds La Isabela in honor of the Queen of Castile and continues his explorations. During this time, the Spanish monarchy and Portugal, to avoid conflicts around the newly conquered territories, agree to draw a meridian. The lands to the east can be claimed by Portugal, those to the west by the Spanish monarc...

What Is Buddhism Do Buddhists Believe

By Kelsie Stanley
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On 31 March 2022

How you make a living should also be ethical and compassionate. Number six is Right Effort, that you should foresee your mental state and stop impure and negative thoughts, which includes ill will towards others, worry, and doubt. You want to focus on meditating and focusing on stopping these thoughts before they ari...

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In the main force heading for Jalula during March 637, Hashim brought with him many companions of Muhammed, as well as the ever-ferocious Qaqa ibn Amr. Also in the Muslim ranks were several thousand Persian troops along with Sassanid officers who had joined them after Ctesiphon. When the Arabs and their Persian units...