Charles I Was Convicted Of Treason And Sentenced To Death

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Charles I conflicts with the English Parliament

Charles was the son of James VI of Scotland. He became king of Scotland and England in 1612 after his brother’s Henry death. His father wanted to marry him with Spanish Infanta Maria Anna, but it did not turn into truth because the parliament was hateful to Spain.

Charles believed in giving honor to the heads of the church, and he married Henrietta Maria, a Catholic French princess. That also offended many English Protestants. Charles thought that he was above the laws and chosen by God.

Believing in his Divine right, he dissolved parliament three times on different occasions. King…


A History of the Islamic Golden Age

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The Rise of Islam

The time period of 5th - 15th Centuries is considered the Middle Ages, it was started with the fall of Roman Empire and ended with the Ottoman conquest of Constantinople.

During this time period, Islam was revealed in the 7th Century. Islam emerged as a new powerful yet a very strong opponent of Christianity. A series of events took place in the Middle Ages, which changed the future, which impacted generations to generations.

The Golden Age

The Middle Ages are considered a golden age for the Muslims. …

Germany and the First World War

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Germany is a European country that was founded on the 18th of January 1871. It lies in central-western Europe.

The country has a beautiful landscape of hills, rivers, mountains, forests, and beaches. It’s capital Berlin, is known for its famous landmarks. Berlin is the largest city of Germany and holds historical significance, the Berlin opera and the Berlin philharmonic orchestra are world-widely famous.

First World War

The first world war began on 28th July 1914 and lasted till 11th November 1918.

The main cause of the war was the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand, who was holding a significant position in Austria, Hungary…

Charles Fourier Contribution To Early Socialist Thought

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Fourierism, the concept of social change developed by French sociologist Charles Fourier who supported social change into free “phalanges” (phalanxes). One of the few communist systems to be developed in the late 19th century, Fourierism was restored to the allied lands by Albert Brisbane, who renamed it “Unity.”

Lifestyle of Charles Fourier

Charles Fourier, full of François-Marie-Charles Fourier, (born April 7, 1772, in Besançon, France — died October 10, 1837, in Paris), a French theologian who advocated social rebuilding based entirely on productive civil society organizations such as phalanges (phalanxes). His gadget has come here to be considered Fourierism. While working as a secretary…

The Great Personality Who Lost All His Titles For The Sake Of His People

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Muhammad Ali was an American boxer born in 1942. His previous name was Cassius Marcellus Clay Jr. later he changed it to Muhammad Ali and stood for his belief.

Muhammad Ali called himself the greatest, and everyone agreed. In his 21-year career, he won the title of heavyweight champion of the world three times. Ali was known as the greatest boxer as well as one of the greatest athletes of the 20th Century.

He was also known for his refusal to serve in the Vietnam War. Ali paid the price for this denial and was found guilty of violating laws…

The Decisive End to The First Greco-Persian War

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Battle of Marathon

Marathon Battle took place in 490 B.C. It occurred as part of the first Persian incursion of Greece battled on the plains of Marathon in northeastern Attica, marking the first blows of the Greco-Persian War.

As the Persian grip strengthened on the Greek capital, the Athenian general Miltiades took over the impulsively assembled army. Creating confusion amongst the Persian invaders Miltiades destabilized the center of his outnumbered force to build up its wings.

Fortunately, his strategy led to a victory over the Persians’ strength, and proved to be a triumph of “the Marathon men” and became the legends among the…

Joan Of Arc: The National Heroine Of France

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Joan of Arc was a marvelous personality of history. Her life was so exceptional that anybody could hardly believe it if her deadly enemies not told.

She had changed the future of France during her last three years. At the age of seventeen, she leads France armies to victory and burned to death by her enemies at the age of nineteen.

Childhood of Joan of Arc

Joan was born at Domremy, in eastern France, on January 6, 1412. At that time, most of France was controlled by England, and the remaining France divided into two parties.

Some sided with Prince Charles and other affluent people…

Achievements Of Adolf Hilter Which Leads Him To Become The Chancellor Of Germany

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In May 1919, after getting discharged from the hospital Adolf Hitler started working as a political worker in Munich. After few three months, he joined the Small German Workers’ Party as an army agent. I920, he left the army because he wants to improve and became his position strong in the party. Also in this year, the party was renamed the National-sozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (Nazi). After this act, many conditions of this party were raped. Due to too many terms of peace at the end of the war, economic problems were increased.

In 1921, he became the leader of the…

The Treaty Of Versailles Formally Ended The First World War

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When the world’s bloodiest world war ended, it was 11 on the clock in the afternoon and the day was 11 November of 1918.

Germany, deprived of manpower and provisions, was signed at 5 a.m. that day in a train car outside Compiegne France, facing an impending incursion. Nine million troops were killed and 21 million were injured in the First World War, with about one million or more people lost by Germany, Russia, Austria-Hungry, France and Great Britain. At least five million people were also killed by illness, hunger, and other side effects.

On 28 June 1914, the successor…

Consequences Occurred During The Battle of Trafalgar And Its Results

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The Battle of Trafalgar saw Napoleon Bonaparte’s intentions to invade Britain be dashed, as well as the death of Admiral Lord Nelson. It will never be an ordinary fight, and it briefly took the higher, more supernatural truth.

The Royal Navy eliminated a major threat to the British Empire during the Battle of Trafalgar on October 21, 1805, but lost a British national hero in the process. It is no secret that the struggle has progressed beyond the normal numbers of ships and men, victories and defeats. …

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