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Did nationalism exist before the late eighteenth century?

  I would be unconvinced that it is possible. Arguments against the theory of the modernists are not confined to historians of the mediaeval period. Derek Sayer, in his article discussing the impact of the Czech language on nationalism, makes important references to some early points in Czech history. He believes that these are essential […]

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Alice Wheeler

How differently did men and women experience youth in early modern Europe? Were young men allowed to run amok? Or does it only seem that way, reading the complaints of their betters? Word Count (excluding quotes): 2,007 In early modern Europe, as few people could expect to live past the age of forty, adolescence and […]

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Discuss the effects of more normal economic

  Accompanying independence was democracy. Again the influence for this came from western ideals and the result was a very European looking political set-up. It features a President of the Republic, a Prime Minister and a Government made up of 14 Ministers (Slovene Government, 2003). The set-up is clearly influenced by a flow of ideas […]

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The US economy

Did the USA gain more from the Marshall Plan than Europe? The USA emerged from WW II as the preeminent superpower. Its armies `were victorious over much of the globe and its hyperproductive economy the `only one capable of supplying the means of reconstruction to the war `scarred nations of Europe and the world. For […]

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UK towards Europe

The Anglo-American “special relationship”, which was one of the three circles, was very important to The UK. Military co-operation obviously throughout World War Two was immense, and when NATO was formed in 1949, in response to Eastern-Bloc expansion into Europe, it was Britain who the U.S. saw as their foremost ally. After World War Two, […]

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Russia as Summerer

The term ‘Eastern Question’ is defined by Stokes as originally being the issue of ‘which of the Great Powers, Russia or Austria, would take the place of The Sick Man of Europe (the Ottoman Empire) in the Balkans. ‘ However the problem gained complexity as the nineteenth century progressed because ‘a third possibility arose: that […]

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The German Empire

Europe in 19th century was in a mess. Revolutions, independence and unification movements, wars and mutual hostility filled with anywhere in Europe. To account for the forces in behind driving the changes, nationalism seemed the most important force in altering Europe up to 1870. Some may argue that other ideologies like liberalism were of greater […]

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Travel there is a Chinese proverb said

There is a Chinese proverb said, “Traveling thousands of miles is better than reading thousands of books. ” It means you can learn more from traveling to places as opposed to reading about them from books. It is very true that you can learn more by actually experiencing things by yourself. While you are traveling, […]

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Explain the benefits of diversity to society

There are two main reasons to respect the diversity of others these are: 1.It is unjust and unfair and can be illegal to treat people of minority groups differently or in a discriminatory way. 2.It is important to realise that there are positive benefits to society when diversity is respected. Valuing diversity can open our […]

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