Rise of Nation-States & Empires
“Germany will either be a world power or will not be at all,” declared Adolf Hitler on his aspirations for Germany. In looking back at history, much can be said about Hitler and the most destructive war...
During the Spanish regime, we can say that only few Filipinos have the capability or have the courage to fight the perpetrators. Among this few brave men, why Rizal stood out and became our national hero although they...
Mesopotamia is the civilization known for developing writing, the first cities, wheels, textiles, government, irrigation systems, law codes, and Ziggurat complexes.
The Wretched of the Earth or Les Damnés de la Terre is written by Frantz Fanon during the Algerian struggle for independence from colonial rule. As a psychiatrist, Fanon explored the psychological effect of...
A short biography of Toyotomi Hideyoshi, a important figure in the Samurai era of Japan.
America is in in the final stages of its existence. This brief essay points to some of the factors that lead not only into America's downfall, but the state of all empires in history.
The League of Nations was the precursor to the United Nations today. Although ultimately unsuccessful and consisting of many weaknesses, some strengths were also present.
I know what you are thinking. Genghis died in the year 1227. That’s almost 800 years ago. True. But there have been many remarkable new developments in cryogenic research that you may not be aware of.
Adolf Hitler, Kim II Sung, and Saddam Hussein are the most notorious dictators in history.
Paul Schaefer On December 4th, 1921 Paul Schaefer was born in Troisdorf, Germany. Before the age of eleven he joined and served in the Hitler Youth Movement. At about this same time, an accident caused Schaefer to lose...
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