Robert Lopez Germany's Reversal of Fortune
Germany destroyed half of Europe, if not more, for two years during the beginning of the second world war. It wasn't until the year 1943 at the battle of Stalingrad that Germany experienced its first major
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Chapter 1 Journal
In this Chapter, it mainly talks about how modern humans came from hominins. In which
hominins are described as being genetically split from the chimpanzees. Homo sapiens was t
What is the connection between agriculture and disease?
Agriculture and disease are connected in many ways. For instance disease affects
agriculture by reducing productivity of labor and agriculture helps to provide medicines (herbal)
for diseases. It als
1. Out of the listed reasons detailing why Christianity spread, which do you feel was the most important and why?
2. Do you think the popularity and growth of Christianity would have been as widespread had the religion
developed in an area outside the Rom
1. What does the word Mesopotamia actually mean?
Mesopotamia actually means between rivers. It actually lied between the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers.
2. Describe the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers in regard to navigatio
10 March 2017
Essay Topic 1
Ancient Egypt and Ancient Mesopotamia underlined social stratification, with a
honorable, landowning class on top and masses of workers and slaves at the bottom. Bother
changed gradually compa
Alexander the Great: Pictorial Information Chart
Here are two examples of what I am looking for in this pictorial information chart. You
simply need to define and/or explain the concept and then search for an image that helps
to explain what you have said
What were the major similarities and differences between ancient India and China in regards to
geography, politics, and culture?
The major similarities between ancient India and China is that religion was a key factor in
controlling the people. The societ
1. How could Australopithecus have benefited from walking on two legs?
The Australopithecus benefited from walking on two legs by being able to use their hands
for more than just walking on their knuckles. The partaking of plants resou
February 23, 2017
6.1 (Assignment) From Republic to Empire
Before answering questions 1-4, you will want to read the information on Rome in your
textbook (Chapter 7), read this synopsis of Ancient Rome as presented by HISTORY, the
HISTORY 112 - WORLD CIVILIZATIONS II
Instructor Name: Chandra Ely
Instructor Email: [email protected]
Class: M, W, F 8:30am 9:22am
Location: OC 252
*PLEASE USE YOUR PROVIDED CPCC EMAIL ACCOUNT TO CONTACT ME.*
The text this
Thomas Hobbes and John Locke
Background: Thomas Hobbes and John Locke were philosophers that wrote about government and theorized about
man in the state of nature. They both talked about mans nature and how government is a form of SOCIAL
CONTRACTbut had d
Excerpts from Machiavellis The Prince, 1513
Concerning Things for which Men, and especially Princes, are Praised or Blamed
It remains now to see what ought to be the rules of conduct for a prince towards subject and friends. And
as I know that many have w
Religion, War and Reformation
Was there really a Renaissance?
What makes it the Renaissance?
Does anything really change?
Significant cultural changes in Europe, 14 th to
A renewed interest in art, sci
Machiavellis The Prince Discussion Questions
The following ten questions will be used to guide our discussion of the Prince in the next
few days. For today though, I want you to read through all of these questions, and pick 4
of them to answer in y
European Expansion, Imperialism, Colonialism & the
What factors contributed to the Europeans entrance into
the age of expansion and exploration?
What were the general consequences of European
The Rise of Empires in the Americas:
The Legacy of Teotihuacan and
the Toltecs of Mesoamerica
Toltecs centered at Tula, originally a small town and ceremonial center c.
Toltecs came from northwest Mexico and spoke Nahuatl
THE END OF THE COLD WAR, WESTERN SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION,
AND THE DEVELOPING WORLD:
THE CLIMAX OF THE COLD WAR
The Cuban Missile
Crisis resulted in
detente between the
US and USSR
Nuclear Test Ban Treaty
signed in 1964
NATION-STATES AND PATTERNS OF CULTURE
IN EUROPE AND NORTH AMERICA: 1750-1871
ORIGINS OF THE NATION-STATE, 17501815
The Glorious Revolution
had given English
people rights they had
never had before
In the mid 18th century
the idea of citizensh
Explain how the Japanese assimilation of some Western ideas enabled them to maintain their independence and become an imperial player by the end of the 19th century. Include identification of what aspects of western industrialized society were adopte
Reason for Austria and Russias competition in the Balkans: Russia wanted a warm water port
and Austria wanted Russia not to expand.
Wilhelm II and the German Russian Re-Insurance Treaty: Wilhelm II terminated the GermanRussian Reinsurance Treaty.
Fall Term 2016
Instructor: James Comeaux
Office: Terrell 329 / Phone: 704-330-6450
Office Hours: by appointment
E-mail: [email protected]
Course Description This course introduces the physical, archaeological, linguist
1. Read Hymn to the Nile (click on the preceding link) and then comment on what the Nile
provide for the ancient Egyptians. How did they feel about the Nile?
The Nile helped with providing water for drinking for both the Egyptians and their animals. It al
Assignment 2.2Phoenicians, Israelites, and Other Fertile Crescent Civilizations
What is a phonetic alphabet, how did it differ from Cuneiform or Hieroglyphics, and how is it superior to a pictographic
A phonetic alphabet is different
1. What does the word Mesopotamia actually means?
It means land between the rivers. The rivers that they are talking about are the Tigris and
2. Describe the Tigris and Euphrates Rivers in regard to navigation and flooding.
They both flow throu
An early history of a great civilization
The Indus Valley Civilization consist of Afghanistan, Iran, the northwestern India, most of Pakistan, extending to
Baluchistan in the west to Uttar Pradesh in the east, and Maharashtra to the
The Great War
World War I
Europes balance of power changed by
Chancellor Bismarck used complex
diplomacy to create peace in Europe.
1890: Bismarck dismissed by Wilhelm II
Bismarcks peace alliances undone.
What was the Enlightenment?
An intellectual movement that began in
Europe and spread to its colonies in the
Inspired by the Scientific Revolution.
Sought to demystify the world through
rational, reasonable thinki