Reconstruction Era

Introduction In the historical setting of the United States, the term Reconstruction Era has two senses, namely the initial stands the entire history of the whole nation beginning the year 1865 to 1877 following the Civil War. The second sense conce...
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Meiji Era Education Reform in Late 1800s and Early 1900s

As a result of political changes, the Meiji Restoration embarked upon a new course of modernization. In the sphere of education, it implied that both boys and girls were supposed to attend elementary school. At first, the enrollment of girls was rath...
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Israel and Suez Crisis of 1956

Introduction The majority of Palestinian and Israeli leaders considered Israel and Suez Crisis of 1956 as the one affecting the vital needs and values for the existence and survival of the nation. The Arab-Israeli conflict and the war of 1956, as a ...
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Breaking The Color Barrier in Baseball

Since the beginning of the 19th century, African Americans throughout the USA were excluded from the Major League Baseball. Racial segregation made people with black skin play baseball independently within the so-called Negro leagues. However, the si...
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History of Latin America – Colombia

Introduction The Republic of Colombia, located in northwest of South America, is the fourth largest country in South America with a measure of 1,038,700 sq. km. The Republic of Colombia is bordered by Panama to the northwest, Venezuela and Brazil to ...
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Han China

Introduction: The beginning of the essay involves a brief description of Confucianism as a school of thought. The description of the founder and views of scholars then follow. Some of the values in this system are also present. Confucian Literati: Th...
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The American Vietnam War

The war that is considered as one of the most troublesome and the longest in the history of the United States of America; the war that began in the result of countries’ conflict turned into a way against Communism. The American Vietnam War has ...
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