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Battle Of Gettysburg 2
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... defeated at Gettysburg. The Battle of Gettysburg turned the tide of the war permanently against the South. On July 1, 1863 shots were fired outside Gettysburg that marked the beginning of what would become one of the largest and most significant battle in the world. After a Confederate victory at Chancellorsville, General Robert E. Lee divided his army into three different corps. Corp I was under the command of General James Longstreet, Corp II under General R.S. Ewell, and Corp III under General A.P. Hill. Before he decided to move North, Lee sent one of his Generals, Jeb Stuart into Union territory to get inf ...

Causes Of World War 1
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... leading them to declare war on Serbia. At the same time, Russia gets ready to attack Austria-Hungary as it mobilizes it army at the border. In Europe, there were two powers. The Allied Power were England, France, Russia, and later the U.S. The Central Power was the countries of Germany, Austria-Hungary, Turkey, and Bulgaria. When Kaiser William II of Germany became cocky and let the treaty between Germany and Russia became invalid, and then Williams declared war unto Russia. France then gets ready to fight Germany as they declare war on them by marching through neutral Belgium. As Germany declares war unto ...

Civil War 4
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... heavy demand at the time. It was one of the United States biggest exports. Because it was made with slave labor it was very profitable. If slavery was to be abolished it would have a large effect on the economy. The South felt it had the upper hand against the North. The south was also very independent. It did not like government control. The south wanted no part in being a country. But they were in the Union. They could not get out. The south decided to form it’s own country. The Confederate States of America. The North would not let them go. They felt that the south was a part of the union forever. ...

After Anne Frank
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... Headquarters in Amsterdam. The Franks, Van Daans and Mr. Dussel were sent to Westorbork in Holland. On September 3, the Allies captured Brussels and the Franks Along with the Van Daans were the last ones to be sent on a freight train with seventy-five people per car. Each car was sealed tight with only one window. For three days and nights the train ventured across Germany to reach its final destination, Auschwitz in Poland. There the Franks and the Van Daans were then sent to concentration camps. There the conditions were horrible. Healthier prisoners shaved their heads and worked twelve hours a day digging ...

Henry James And Daisy Miller,
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... brother he was frail and slight in frame and statute and as a result was mocked by other boys his age. As a result James turned away from his peers and spent a lot of time with his family members, especially the women (Bell). Then I in 1860 while helping fight a stable fire James was horribly injured. Though the actual injury itself remains a mystery many speculate that it was the cause of his lifelong rejection of intimate relationships. Combined with his already introverted personality, the injury contributed to the isolated environment that James surrounded himself in and forced him to find companionship in ...

Sports And Competition In Ancient Greece
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... the most famous were held at the Sanctuary of Olympia in southwestern Greece. The Olympian or Olympic games started in 776 BC, and were held every four years in honor of Zeus, the king of the mythical Greek gods. They were at their peak in the 5th and 4th centuries BC, but they were suppressed in 394 AD by the Roman emperor Theodosius. Before the Games, special messengers would set off in every direction to announce the beginning of a sacred truce. All disputes and warfare among the city-states were then suspended. The sacred truce was to protect Games-goers from assault and lasted three months. The competitions ...

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... or practices deviated sufficiently from the orthodoxy of the councils now became the objects of efforts to bring them into the fold. Resistance often led to persecution. Heresies (from L. haeresis, sect, school of belief) were a problem for the Church from the beginning. In the early centuries there were the Arians and Manicheans; in the Middle Ages there were the Cathari and Waldenses; and in the Renaissance there were the Hussites, Lutherans, Calvinists, and Rosicrucians. Efforts to suppress heresies were initially ad hoc. But in the Middle Ages a permanent structure came into being to deal with the problem. Beg ...

History Of Cleveland
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... spell, as “Cleveland” was the 45th largest city in the nation at 6,071 people. Decade by decade Cleveland grew, becoming more of a populated city then others. Just 40 years after being the 45th largest city in the nation it was the 12th. When the 20th century came around Cleveland was proud to be the 7th largest city in the nation with 381,768 people. Although Cleveland never became the largest city in the nation, the closest they got was 5th with 900,429 people. Interesting enough, even though that was the highest position Cleveland ever got, that wasn’t the highest the population ever was. In 1950 the pop ...

Explanation Of The Holocaust In Freud's "Civilization And Its Discontents"
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... innocent men, women, and children were murdered. These explanations for the acts of Hitler, Germany, and the world at large come from many sources. Historians, theologians, educators, and psychologists all have differing views on the subject. Ironically enough, the most famous psychologist whose opinion would have been most appreciated on the subject, Sigmund Freud, died just as Hitler began his ascent to power. However, it is possible to theorize on Freud's explanation of the Holocaust by using his work Civilization and Its Discontents. Freud's essay Civilization and Its Discontents was first published in 1930, w ...

Islam 2
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... This man began to receive messages from Allah and soon he started preaching among his people. The Islam could be interpreted as an improvement or revision of the Christianity and Judaism. In someway Islam brought to the Muslim world not only uniting religion but also a new set of values, understandings, a whole new way of life. After the death of Muhammad the Prophet the Islam continued to spread. The Arab armies were attacking, invading and conquering different parts of three continents, Europe, Asia and Africa. They converted to their religion wherever they went. About A.D. 700 the Islam reached North Afric ...

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