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Nehru as a Historian and Arch-Political Actor
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: ‘It is difficult to disentangle Nehru as a historian from Nehru as the arch-political actor.’ Discuss. As Jawarharlal Nehru argued, the Indian nation, like any nation, is an idea. An idea which e...

Colonial America in the 1600s
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: Colonial America in the 1600s Today America is one of the world’s strongest superpowers, but how exactly did it get there?  Immigrants from Europe arrived in the New World, discovered by their cou...

The Nigerian Herders and Farmers Conflict
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: ABSTRACT Natural resource conflicts are rife in Africa, and Nigeria, has experienced a few. This paper takes a look at an on-going resource conflict in Nigeria, the herders and farmers conflict. It g...

Newspaper Depictions of Soviet Space History
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: When we learn about contemporary events second-hand, we call that ‘the news.’ We see, read and hear the news about important events constantly in the twenty-fist century via television and intern...

Methods for Contextualising History in Lessons
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: Introduction Very often, throughout the history of teaching social studies, there has been a lack of diversity when it comes to how social studies educators and teachers provide information and mater...

Historical Overview of Discontent in Nigeria
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: CHAPTER TWO LITERATURE REVIEW AND THEORITICAL FRAMEWORK 2.0 INTRODUCTION (first letter caps all through the work) This chapter reviews literature on the discontents in the Nigerian state as a whole f...

Mongolian History, Culture, and Application
9th Dec 2019
Introduction: Mongolian History, Culture, and Application Abstract Mongolia is a landlocked, democratic Central Asia country with Russia being directly north and China to the south. Approximately 3,068,243 people ...

Historical People and Events
6th Dec 2019
Introduction: Joan of Arc Joan of Arc is a national heroine of France honored and respected by everyone. She was an illiterate peasant girl who rose to the ranks of leading French armies to victory against England...

History of the Ming Dynasty
6th Dec 2019
Introduction: The Ming Dynasty was one of great importance in Chinese history, and from its humble beginnings in 1368 came the most impressive architectural achievement in China – The Forbidden City. This city, b...

Causes of the Revolutions in Latin America
6th Dec 2019
Introduction: The French Revolution has often been credited with fanning the revolutionary flames that swept through Latin America at the turn of the nineteenth century. It thus seems logical that the struggle agai...

History of the Reformation in Wales
6th Dec 2019
Introduction: The Reformation is one of the most studied, most discussed and heavily analysed periods of English history, arousing controversy and interest through the works of academics and the private study of in...

Satow's Perception of the Meiji Revolution
6th Dec 2019
Introduction: Between 1853 and 1868, Japanese society underwent a profound and violent societal, economic, and cultural upheaval, the likes of which it had not seen in over 200 years. The ruling military government...

History of the Palestinian Conflict
6th Dec 2019
Introduction: In order to have a thorough understanding of the Palestinian problem, events in the early 20th century, prior to 1948 (Israeli independence) should be closely examined and understood. Many historians...

Home Guard in Britain 1940-1944
6th Dec 2019
Introduction: The Home Guard in Britain 1940-1944: Simply ‘Dad’s Army’ or Valuable Fighting Force On the night of 14th May, 1940, Anthony Eden, then in his role as Foreign Secretary, made his firs...