Europe Essay Topics

Columbian Exhange Notes/ Study Guide

The Columbian Exchange brought profound changes to both the Old World and the New. Agriculture was transformed through the introduction of new plants and animals in both directions. Health and population levels were affected, often in catastrophic ways, by the exchange of diseases. Culture and history were transformed by the introduction of new technologies, which… View Article

Christopher Columbus

Christopher Columbus has been commemorated in hundreds of thousands of ways across North and South America. He has roads named in his honor, towns, structures and even America’s capital! Is Columbus truly deserving of these admirations though? After all, he did discover the land that we inhabit today so how could anybody have any issues… View Article

Impact of the Columbian Exchange

The Columbian exchange is the exchange of goods from the New world to the Old world and vice versa. The new world included Europe, Africa, Asia and the new world was known as The Americas. Things that were traded during this time were tomatoes, apples, potatoes, cacao, corn from the New world to Old world…. View Article

Ruth Kapp Hartz-An Undeserved Life

Introduction “No one must see me.” I am Ruth Kapp Hartz a survivor of the Holocaust. Although some might know me as Renee. I was given the French name Renee Caper to disguise myself of being Jewish. From the time I was four years old, I lived as a fugitive, hiding in neighbors’ cellars. My… View Article

TEMSA: A Time of Crisis

TEMSA is a subsidiary of the Sabancı Holding , one of the largest industrial and commercial conglomerates in Turkey. TEMSA was founded in 1968 to operate in the steel construction industry. In 1977 Sabancı Holding acquired full ownership of the company in order to move into automotive and construction equipment sector. Distributorship and Manufacturing License… View Article

Were the dark ages really so dark?

It was first used when people began to see a contrast between the brilliance of Europe during the time of Roman Empire, the “light” period, and the sudden deterioration during the centuries after the collapse of Rome. Throughout the time of Roman occupation in Europe, the European economy and culture were thriving. However, when the… View Article

Ancient Greek: Influential to Western Civilization

Ancient Greeks made many influential contributions to Western civilization such as fine arts, democracy, and philosophy. This culture has had a very profound impact on the way people live today. Among the many aspects of Greek culture that have influenced Western Civilization, the most notable would be philosophy. Socrates, Aristotle, and Plato are some of… View Article

The Dutch: Divided and Deeply Indebted

The signing of the Peace of Westphalia in 1648 ended the Thirty Years’ War and brought about the formation of the independent Dutch Republic, a coalition of the seven provinces of the Netherlands. During the mid 17th century, the Dutch became the wealthiest and most active trading and shipbuilding people in Europe. By dominating most… View Article

East And West Europe

After World War II, the bitter invasion of by German power has come to an end. Even then the distinction between East and West Europe has not yet been displaced together with the Germans. Europe has been historically regarded as divided into two separate nations, that of East and West in different aspects: geographical, political,… View Article

Europe in Turmoil: Foreign Influences on Tenth Century Europe

The aptly named “Dark Ages” of European History is now reflected upon as being a pivotal moment in Western Civilization. The dark ages are defined as a moment when the great Roman civilization had fallen, and Europe slipped into a period of retrograde. Complex societies collapsed and all the achievements of the Greek and Roman… View Article

European Colonization

It was said in Romans 8:31 “If God is with us, who can be against us? Who shall separate us from the love of Christ?” To any follower of Christ living in sixteenth and seventeenth century Europe, the answer to this question was no one. Europe believed that God gave them superiority and aid in… View Article

Motivation to Join Emba

Describe your current duties and responsibilities and how you expect the AUBG EMBA Program to help you improve your performance. In my recent role as Business manager for Media and peripheral for Central and Southeast Europe with Sony Europe Limited I had the responsibility to drive and maximize the media and energy business on the… View Article

Europeans coming to America DBQ

In the 14th century the Europeans set out to find an all water route to Asia to trade and get spices, silks, gold, porcelain, and other riches. Little did they no they ended up being the first Europeans to explore the New World. Once the New World was discovered, more and more explorers continued to… View Article

The Conquest of Latin America

The Conquest of Latin America: Europe and the External Other It has taken a long time to realise how the respective peoples perceived the encounter between people from Europe and people from Latin America. Enrique DUSSEL describes the process of encounter between the European conquistadores and the indigenous people of the Americas from a European… View Article

Discovering america

Columbus’ discoveries forced the world to change. Bythe end of the thirty year war, European nations were beginning to impose themselves upon the rest of the inhabited world with tremendous repercussions. And a while few people except experts and some government officials knew of the sources and reasons for the changes, nevertheless from 1942 onwards,… View Article

The Trade Networks between Africa and Eurasia

The trade networks between Africa and Eurasia from circa 300 C.E. to 1450 C.E. changed by means of Islam being founded as well as African-Eurasian trade was very limited but soon became much more advanced.. However, Monsoons were always a factor of these overseas trades, and the trade networks between African and Eurasia remained very… View Article

Congress of Vienna

The late eighteenth century encompasses a great struggle around the time of the French Revolution, in which several of the rebellious French groups begin to seek stability. Napoleon is one of the most important political figures in particular due to his consolidation of the achievements of the Revolution with Romanticism, and the most controversial when… View Article

Age of exploration

Which term best describes the period? “God,Gold, and Glory” European adventures explored North America with the motivation of “God,Gold, and Glory” This alone tells you that this was an age of exploitation. I believe it was Hernan Cortez who told the Aztec natives that his men suffered from a disease that could only be cured… View Article

Europeans and the New World: 1492 to 1600

When humans entered the Iberian Peninsula almost 32000 years ago, the first civilization of Spain was formed. Since then, the country has traveled from an era of prehistoric Iberia to the Middle Ages to a rise as an empire and a member of the European Union . The main reason why Spain grew so much… View Article

The Columbian Exchange and Potatoes

The Columbian Exchange, which started mostly after 1492 when Columbus traveled from the Old World to the New World, can be defined as the time when various items such as plants, technologies and food were carried from the New World to the Old, and vice-versa. The potato is a great example of the Columbian Exchange,… View Article

Explain the Characteristics of the Local Business Environment

Introduction I am going to talk about characteristic of the local business environment in the Leicester. My chosen business is eastern European restaurant. Product Market This restaurant will be aimed at a niche market for European people who live in Leicester. They are a lot of people from Eastern Europe like Poland, Latvian, Lithuanian and… View Article

Imperial Goals

It is safe to say that our world wouldn’t be nearly the same today, due to the events crammed into the short period of 1580 to 1763, more so than all other eras in history combined. Many races and religions were expanding and looking for new and better ways to live, and a lot of… View Article

World Economy

Having goods transported to Western Europe from Asia was difficult and the Europeans did not have the technology to acquire theses goods themselves therefore the Middle East becomes the middle men which started to become pricey. During the 15th century, a series of technological improvement triggers the Europeans to set out and acquire these good… View Article

Black Death

Around 1330, a horrible plague was reported to break out in China. Trade between Asia and Europe currently was frequent, and in 1347 rat-infested ships from China arrived in Sicily, bringing the disease with them. Since Italy was the center of European commerce, business, and politics, this provided the perfect opportunity for the disease to… View Article

Disneyland Paris

First Question: Disneyland Paris was one of Disneyland’s Global projects. Please discuss its advantages and disadvantages, and from reading and understanding the case suggest what was/were the mistake/s that Disney committed from the beginning till now. Answer: Advantages: 1- New site serving the 67millions population in France and 79 millions of tourists there, as Paris… View Article

Earth Is Precious

The seven continents are the seven main land areas on the Earth. Some are joined to each other, and some are completely surrounded by water. Some continents have a lot of countries, but others have only a few. Erin Ate Nine Sticky Apricots At Aprils. If you can remember this mnemonic device called an acrostic… View Article

Vikings Legacy

The Vikings traveled over and beyond Europe in their prime. They a most known for their ruthless pillaging of European towns however they were a quite advanced society that left a lasting impact on the places they encountered. The Viking Age impacted the areas which it reached through their organized raiding of European villages, their… View Article

Homework Lifan Case Study

Question 1: The Lifan company tries to sell their products very cheap to make it affordable for the people thus everyone. They probably don´t have the best quality but that´s not their designated strengths. They do not only sell motorcycles they also sell the engines for motorcycles. And beyond that the Lifan brand became also… View Article

Two Contrasting Countries

Introduction Kenya is located approximately on the map as 2N, 38E. (Latitude, Longitude.) Kenya became independent in 1963, and only had three presidents since. The current population is estimated as 30, 339,770. The official language is Swahili. It has a host of cultural practices and beliefs. France is a country in Western Europe. It is… View Article

World War Z Written Exam

Max Brooks uses real geographical locations to show fictionally that Europe is better prepared than North America for an Apocalypse. The first way in which Max Brooks uses real geographical locations to show that North America is not very well prepared for an Apocalypse, is in Yonkers; Denver, Colorado. Todd Wainio was a U.S. Army infantryman… View Article