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Ideas, policies, conflicts, inventions, contact with the outside world, population fluctuations, and environmental changes are all forces that affect historical change. Historical change is obvious in all times of history due to one or more of these forces. Investigating why and how a historical change came about is the key to understanding how these forces function in history. Understanding these forces can help us make predictions for the future and what to watch out for so we do not make the same mistakes previously made.

The Leadership Of General George Washington
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United States of America is the world super power. During golden history of United States of America great leaders paved the way to achieve the present world supremacy. Dedicated service rendered by General George Washington as a war wining General to the great nation of America is significant. General George Washington is considered as the founder father of the United States of America. General George Washington is still in the green memories of the Americans due to his distinguished service…...
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Good vs Evil- Wars in “A Separate Peace”
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An analysis of how John Knowles portrays the concept of wars in his novel, "A Separate Peace". Good Versus Evil: Wars in A Separate Peace John Knowles novel, A Separate Peace, portrays wars on three distinct levels. These levels could be described as outer, inner, and world. There is a very good definition of these wars at the closing of the novel which shows us the levels: "I could never agree with either of them. It would have been comfortable,…...
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Mount Rushmore: More of the Story
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The Well-Known Story When you arrive at the Black Hills of South Dakota, you will find the faces of George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln looking down from their stony heights in a mountain. They seem to be reminding the visitors that even the impossible is possible when you live in the United States. A state historian named, Doane Robinson, had an idea of how to attract more visitors to South Dakota in 1923. He though that…...
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John F. Kennedy Assassination
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On November 22, 1963 President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. Lee Harvey Oswald was arrested for the murder. It is believed that Lee Harvey Oswald was not the only one involved with the crime. There are countless theories on how President Kennedy was murdered. Some of the theories include the FBI, CIA, and the mob being involved. The Warren commission said that they believe that it was solely Lee Harvey Oswald who killed President Kennedy. Most of…...
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Exploration of Social Injustice in Arthur Miller’s The Crucible
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Throughout the ages, humans have proven themselves countless times to be disloyal, selfish, and underhanded. It is with a degree of smugness and superiority that we often regard events such as the cruel, corrupt governmental systems of the past, abuses of the church, and mass murders in the name of religion. We tend to believe that we have made improvements in areas such the definition and protection of personal freedoms and we have faith that our journalists will uncover and…...
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George Washington Crossing the Delaware
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The painting, George Washington Crossing the Delaware is an intriguing and well done portrait of one of the most crucial occasions in American history. The painting depicts the American revolutionary forces as they cross the Delaware River on their method to combat an important battle against the British army. There are a number of important and fascinating details of the painting that suggest important historic details and also serve to enhance the appearance of the painting. The most interesting thing…...
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George Washington’s Farewell Address
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Abstract George Washington was the first president of the United States of America. He reigned for two terms after which he decided to retire. He is considered as one of the greatest leaders that America has ever had in its history. He decided to publish his famous speech, the “farewell address” in the American daily advertiser of September 19, 1796. In his speech, he addressed a number of issues which he felt were important and that could help lead the…...
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Manifest Destiny: Was It Really Imperialism?
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Imperialism is, by definition, the extension of rule or influence by one government, nation or society over another; manifest destiny is the belief held by many Americans in the 1840s that the United States was "destined" to expand across the continent. This belief of "destined expansion" was nothing new to America's leaders for their vision of the United States when they first established it was that of a nation that stretched from the Atlantic to the Pacific. The American people…...
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The Importance of a Nile River As a Water Source to Civilizations
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Thesis: Human communities arise near sources of water because rivers and oceans provide essential food irrigation, trade opportunities, and important transportation. Early Mesopotamian city-states used the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in one of the earliest instances of civilizations discovering that transport of large, heavy, or numerous goods was far easier on the water than on land. The Nile river’s importance to Egyptian civilization extended far beyond fertilizing soil and transportation. The ancient Egyptians relied on one source of water that…...
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The Strengths and Weaknesses of the Declaration of Independence
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The Declaration of Independence was written by Thomas Jefferson and four other writers. It was written in June 1776. The Second Continental Congress appointed these men to make a document declaring the colonies independent from Britain. They were first called the Articles of Confederation and after the Revolution, the document was questioned. With the questioning the Constitutional Congress made some major changes. These changes although meant to strengthen, in fact, weakened the government further. The value of The Declaration of…...
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Analysis of “Profiles in Courage” by John Fitzgerald Kennedy
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In Profiles in Courage, JFK wrote, “A man does what he must – in spite of personal consequences, in spite of obstacles and dangers, and pressures – and that is the basis of all human morality.” True political courage means to risk your entire career and reputation for the betterment of his city, county, or country. Franklin D. Roosevelt guided our country through one of its largest calamities. His political courage shone through the dark times with his confidence, optimism…...
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President Obama and President Lincoln
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The problems faced by President Obama and President Lincoln were similar because some problems never change over the generations. For example, maintaining the economy, having access to good educational and health facilities, and being able to create job growth will always remain as problems for the presidents. When quoting from an earlier speech at his inauguration, President Lincoln said that he had no purpose, directly or indirectly, to interfere with the institution of slavery in the States where it exists.…...
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Abraham Lincoln’s Life and Presidency
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Abraham Lincoln's life before the Presidency was not that of an average person. With losing his mother at a young age, lacking formal education as he worked to support his family and with his father, facing lawsuit challenges that would eventually force his family to migrate multiple times. This would not seem like a successful path to becoming the sixteenth President of the United States. Throughout his younger years, Abraham Lincoln would try an assortment of occupations, volunteered for the…...
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President Abraham Lincoln
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Abraham Lincoln My name is Abraham Lincoln. I was born on February 12 in 1809 in Hodgenville, Kentucky. I am most known for the emancipation proclamation, becoming the 16th President of the United States, and ending slavery. Before all of this, I led a peaceful life on a farm for the first 7 years of my life. Then 1816 rolled around, and my father Thomas had us move beyond the Ohio River to Indiana. Kentucky was a slave state. My…...
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How Did Magna Carta Influence the American Bill of Rights
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What is the Magna Carta and how is it important today? The Magna Carta was a document that the king was forced to sign. It took power away from the monarchy and gave more power to the people. The Magna Carta is important today, because it influenced the American Bill of Rights. In 1215 King John was forced to sign the newly written Magna Carta. The Magna Carta limited the powers of the monarch, and by limiting the powers of…...
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Chapter 20, Section 1: Kennedy and the Cold War
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Who was the 35th President of the United States? John F. Kennedy What year was he inaugurated? 1961 What did JFK say in his inauguration speech? - issued a challenge to the population - mentioned the world was at maximum danger because of the Cold War - rather than shrinking from danger, the US should confront the "iron tyranny" of communism (Election of 1960) Why did Eisenhower begin to lose support towards the end of his second term? - the…...
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History- Kennedy and a New Frontier
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Which environmental issue did President Kennedy champion? the establishment of national seashores During the early 1960s, NASA's Mercury program sent Americans into space. Who was the first African American student to challenge segregation at University of Mississippi? James Meredith Which program did President Kennedy establish to help other nations? the Peace Corps What was the main goal of the Gemini program? to develop and test new space technologies Who was accused of firing the shots that killed President Kennedy? Lee…...
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Kennedy and the Cold War.
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When the Space Race began, the United States realized that The USSR could use rockets to carry nuclear weapons. The United States formed NASA in 1958 to Lead its own space program. President Kennedy contributed to the civil rights movement by appointing African Americans to Government positions. When did the Bay of Pigs invasion into Cuba occur? In 1961. In the wake of the Cuban Revolution of 1959, Cuba Formed an alliance with the Soviet Union. Which best describes the…...
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Heroism in Movie “Gladiator”
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The idea of the “hero amongst men” has enticed and seduced various thinkers for centuries. Throughout the ages, selected character traits became associated with the idea and the ideal of man, known as heroism. But what defines a hero? What is the virtue most necessary to be a hero? By using modern films such as Gladiator and 300, one can compare and contrast contemporary definitions of heroism to the ancient Greco-Romans’ conceptualization. Deciphering what characterizes a hero greatly reveals culturally…...
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What is meant by “industrialisation by invitation”
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What is meant by "industrialization by invitation" and did it lead to economic development in the region? BY unengaged Lewis' autobiographical statements show he was a a product of dying colonial order, and in turn was an intellectual contributor to the decentralization process. He was strongly against imperialism which lead to his interest in the problems of underdevelopment. Three seminal publications The first of these is the Industrialization of the West Indies . Lewis was averse to the ideas of…...
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Essay On The Industrial Revolution
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In this assignment I will be explaining why, by the 19th century, Britain was known as the 'workshop of the world'. This was clearly defined by the Great Exhibition of the Work of Industry opened in May 1851, held in the Crystal Palace in Hyde Park, London. This exhibition put on show to the world Britain's wealth and inventiveness, displaying consumer goods and machinery from its great manufacturing cities. It showed that she was a forerunner of industry and going…...
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American Values of Freedom
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America has always been as much an idea as a geographic place. The exact nature of that idea has varied from person to person and group to group, but the central tenant has been freedom. Freedom from the constraints of the old world, bound up in religious, political, social and economic repression, versus the apparent lack of boundaries, the initial absence of all these constraints, and the opportunity to be born again - to be anything you wanted to be…...
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Agricultural and Industrial Revolution Essay
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Agricultural and Industrial Revolution The agricultural revolution occurred between 1750 and 1900. It was a drastic change in the methods of farming. Farmers changed the way they grew their crops and used land. In the beginning of the eighteenth century, farmers had stripes of land on which they grew their crops on. This system the farmers used had many disadvantages. There was some space wasted where the strips were divided, the drainage system was poor and farmers had to leave…...
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Abraham Lincoln: The Epitome of the Common Man
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Some people wonder how Abraham Lincoln is so great to hold the title as the Epitome of The Common Man. Abraham Lincoln is the Epitome of the Common Man because of his past characteristics, use of characteristics during presidency, and the consequences of his characteristics. His past characteristics played a major part in him becoming the president. Without some of the great characteristics from the start he probably would not have became the 16th president. Another way he used his…...
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The Declaration of Independence (1776): Brief Overview
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The declaration of independence is one of the most important events in American history it declared America to be independent of the British Empire, without the declaration there wouldn’t be a United States of America today. What would the US or the world be like if it had not declared independence? The declaration of independence was adopted by the continental congress on July 4, 1776, where the 13 colonies had cut ties with Great Britain. The Declaration was a summary…...
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George Orwell’s Shooting an Elephant: Insights on Imperialism, Ethical Conflicts and Fear of Judgment
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George Orwell's essay "Shooting an Elephant," introduces an intriguing insight on imperialism, ethical disputes and fear of judgement through the inner functions of a European law enforcement officer provided the intense task of handling an elephant in musk within Moulmein, in lower Burma. Imperialism, as defined in the Oxford English Dictionary, reads that Imperialism is "a policy of extending a nation's power and influence through colonization, usage of military force, or other methods." Interestingly, Orwell shows imperialism in his work…...
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Orwell’s Shooting an Elephant: Reflections on Imperialism
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During the years (1823-1886) as British Empire had control over Burma, a British Indian Imperial Authorities named George Orwell composed an impressive essay/story through which he expressed the morality of British Imperialism and the hatred of the Burmese towards this Empire. Using a particular kind of language has made this story different from others. Using importance and metaphors is one of the most crucial uses of language that Orwell uses to explain the relationship of himself with the elephant and…...
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Adolf Hitler: A Dictator’s Death
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For the most part, history is based on facts, however, some aspects of history are debatable. A debate on historical occurrences usually rises when there is not sufficient evidence to offer an undisputable answer. One such debate is the death of Adolf Hitler, a German dictator, who is believed to either have commit suicide or have escaped to Argentina. Evidence strongly suggests that Hitler did not escape and that he committed suicide in his bunker using his pistol and cyanide…...
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Adolf Hitler: The Unconsidered Leader
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It is a generally accepted assumption that no good can come from evil, however, such provincial thinking can lead to large oversights that can withhold us from learning new insights. One example of this occurrence is Hitler. He was a terrible, despicable, abominable man, and left a horrible scar upon this world. He was not, by any means, a good person. But after clearing that up, his accomplishments are often overlooked, such as the amazing artist, or the loving husband…...
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Clearness of Historical Facts
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History is both physical and a social science whose scientific nature is predicated on the nature of its study. History as originally intended was aimed to be an analytical discipline that combined the anthropologic analysis and the qualitative social back dating in an attempt to have a better understanding of past events and people in a chronological fashion with the target of understanding the genesis of the present life and people as constituted. The outcome of the historical analysis is…...
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How to Understand History
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History is the study of the past, what we use to find the answers to what happened in the days that have gone by. But history has always been governed by the winners. The story of the past in which the winners were written as if they are heroes. As an age old saying goes “The winner of war becomes king; The loser is put into history books as the bad guy”. What we as people of the current era…...
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Hiroshima by John Hersey Analysis
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A year after the first atomic bomb was dropped on a city, John Hersey’s Hiroshima was published, detailing the horrors six ordinary Japanese citizens witnessed on the day and the days after Hiroshima’s bombing. American at the time had no remorse of the dropping of the atomic bomb, the majority approving the bombing due to the fact i helped bring an end to the war with Japan during World War II. Hersey wrote this book in an attempt to bring…...
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Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima
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Section one is a prologue to the characters depicted in Hiroshima, giving a window into the typical existences of each in the hours leading to the attack. There are components of the common in every portrayal, except there is additionally a considerable lot of wartime nervousness and disturbance. Everybody's lives are contacted by the war, even in the most roundabout ways. Hersey demonstrates how wartime hardship is woven into each character's everyday presence: Mrs. Nakamura, for instance, has been walking…...
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Effects of the Great Depression
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The Great Depression affected Georgia severely. Georgia had to get through the rough days of the Depression one day at a time. Fortunately, Georgia had a great uprising from the Depression and fought through the days well. The Great Depression began on October 29, 1929 and lasted until 1939 of April. It not only affected Georgia it affected all of America. During, October 29, 1929. There was a massive stock market crash causing America to go into a rage, this…...
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The Great Depression in American History
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The Great Depression was the events in American history between 1929 and 1938 in which the stock market crashed, banks failed, and unemployment rate was the highest it has ever been in the nation’s history. This paper will discuss the causes of the Great Depression, how it affected the lives of people in America, and what the government did to try to pull America out of the Great Depression. The year 1929 started off with republican Herbert Hoover becoming president…...
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Major Causes of the Great Depression
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Introduction It all began, October 29th, 1929, the Stock Market come to a seizing halt and crisis began. America’s economy was sustaining itself on money that wasn’t there from the stock market and it finally broke them to the point, at what the time felt like, of no return. The Great Depression swept the country and very soon people started to lose everything. Margins, people not buying American goods, and overproduction were some of the major contributions to the Great…...
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The Not so Great Depression
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The Great Depression was a terrible thing. It made the rich richer, the poor poorer,and forced the American people to ask for money and to move in with relatives. This made America starve, they even mistreated veterans because they demanded their pay. It was Even tougher for the colored people. It made them jobless homeless poor people who had no way to recover. The government was supposed to help but President Hoover thought that the rich would donate to the…...
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Communism During The Cold War History
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Communism is a system of government in which ownership of property is ascribed to the community. Cohen (4) defines communism as a system of organization in which all social and economic activities are controlled by a totalitarian state dominated a self-perpetuating state. Communism became a major concern of the U.S during the cold war; a period when the U.S was committed to contain domination of Russia in the eastern and central Europe. Although there were only a few American communists…...
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The Causes Of The Cold War History
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The Cold War was a period of tension and hostility between the United States of America and the Soviet Union from the mid-40s to the late 80s. It began with the end of the Second World War. It was called the Cold War because there was no active war between the two nations, which was probably due to the fear of nuclear escalation. There were many indirect conflicts like the Vietnam and Korea wars. There was the Cuban missile crisis…...
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WHY AND HOW THE COLD WAR WAS FOUGHT AND ITS EFFECTS
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The Cold War was the persistent tension that existed between the United Sates and some of its Western supporters and the Soviet Union together with other Communists countries. This tension was witnessed between the time the Second World War was coming to an end and the Soviet Union dissolution in 1991. The Cold War featured military, economic, and geo- political rivalries between the West and the Communism international supporters which resulted to several wars. Even though there was a result…...
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Influences of Religion on History

When discussing the influences of forces on history, one must take a closer look at the circumstances surrounding religion. Religion is one of those topics that seems to have a hand in a number of different areas in history. Religion can be found in government, war, and can even be used as an explanation to an environmental change or natural disaster. For example, if there was a big storm coming from the sea, the Greeks used to claim that the god Poseidon was angry with them and would seek vengeance through forces of nature. Religion is a key concept that we can see jumping from culture to culture as man scrounges to make sense of his surrounding world. Christianity is one of the world’s largest religions, and has roots dating back as far as the Islamic religion. Christianity started to spread as a result of the teachings of Jesus Christ. As more and more people heard about Christianity they started to adopt this way of life into their own. Missionaries would travel from country to country trying to convert non-believers into followers of the Christian religion.

Spreading of the Christian Religion

We see the Christian religion spread and start to become a point of conflict not only amongst Christians of different denominations but also involving other religions as well. The Crusades were essentially a series of religious wars between Christians and Muslims. This was started primarily to gain security of holy sites and land considered sacred by both groups. The Holy Land Crusades were among the most important forms of military mobilization to happen during the medieval period. Crusader mobilization had major implications for European state formation. Areas with large numbers of Holy Land crusaders witnessed increased political stability and institutional development as well as greater urbanization that came along with rising trade and capital accumulation, even after taking into account underlying levels of religiosity and economic development 1.

Religion also played a large role in governance in the middle ages. Governments would often be run and operated upon the basis of the religious practice of the country during the time. Throughout the time of the Catholic Church, we see the Pope taking a political stand against governments and kings. This is an example of how seriously the governments of the time took religion, and just a small look at how the influence of religion had its hand in the making of many governmental decisions that would alter history time and time again.

Catholic Church and Invention of Printing 

Inventions had a big impact on history as well. The printing press came around the year 1440, and immediately began to alter history in Europe. Up until that time books were rare and only the rich and highly educated could afford them. Education was rare due to books being so scarce. The printing press made education possible for those willing to pay the price. The Catholic Church was also very pleased with the invention of the printing press. For the first time, the church had a way to efficiently and quickly produce bibles and spread their religion. Martin Luther, an influential leader during the Protestant Reformation, saw an opportunity to reform and reinvent the ideologies of the Catholic Church. Martin Luther believed that the teachings and practices of the Catholic Church corrupted the purity of the Christian religion, and he began to speak out. Luther published many books as a way of opening people’s eyes to the wrongs of the Catholic Church, and how the Christian religion was supposed to function according to the bible and the teachings of Jesus Christ. The Catholic Church tried to oppress Martin Luther and his writings against them, but the force of the new invention of the printing press was too much. Martin Luther was printing, producing, and distributing books faster than the Catholic Church could find them and burn them. As a result, many people started to leave the Catholic Church which sparked the movement for the formation of many different denominations all pointing back to Christian teachings.

The Black Plague remains today as one of the most devastating pandemics in human history. The Plague resulted in an estimated 75 to 200 million deaths spread throughout Europe and Asia from 1347 to 1351. The Plague resulted in a succession of religious, social, and economical debacles which had detrimental effects in the course of European history. In response to the Black Plague, the government enforced many policies and practices in efforts to ensure safety and well-being amongst citizens. Some of these policies included the banning of morning and burial customs. Burial graves had to comply with specific dimensions to avoid the risk of contamination from the infected body. One thing that they were missing from the policies was ordinances to secure God’s goodwill for the cities. Citizens needed the guarantee from their leaders that there would be good to come out of such a catastrophic time period 2.

Exchange between Societies and Social Groups

Exchange and trade amongst countries made a huge impact on the communication and relationships of societies and social groups. One of the most socially controversial topics of the trade movement was the Atlantic Slave Trade. Between 10 million and 12 million African people were enslaved and were forced to migrate from Africa to America in the mid 1400s. The Atlantic Slave Trade was a profitable enterprise. The goal of ship captains was to deliver as many healthy slaves as possible for as little cost as possible. Unfortunately, many slaves were believed to die along the voyage from Africa to America. Because of this, they would try to hold as many slaves as they could onto a single ship. Depopulation from slave raiding and warfare disrupted economic activities and development throughout much of Africa. The slave trade also contributed to the growth of racist stereotypes about Africans. Such stereotypes were used to justify their enslavement and the colonization of Africa by European powers 3. Using econometric techniques and historical sources, historians have been able to determine a linkage between Africa’s past and their current economic circumstances. Influential effects include various degrees of geography, climate, precolonial institutions and colonial experiences. The swell of the Atlantic slave trade fundamentally altered the regions involved. In Europe, it concurred with the rise of the merchant class. In Africa, the trade fundamentally altered the structure of societies involved. The trade may have affected development within communities through its effect on institutions. It is also highly likely that the slave trade incorporated political fragmentation within communities and institutions involved.

Our world today with reigning powers, political uprisings, economic degradation, and so much more can all be traced back to not only choices our world leaders made, but even events and occurrences that were beyond their control. We continue today to learn from our mistakes and accomplishments by studying and analyzing the laws, practices and even ideas of those who came before and essentially changed the world.

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