The African and African American Histories

The African and African-American histories are conjoined in the past years, before and during slavery.

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The Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement was the struggle of Afro-Americans in the US in the 1950s and 1960s to attain civil rights like their white counterparts.

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The Tragedy of the Holocaust

There is no more chilling event in the history of the world such as the holocaust. The holocaust took place in the heat of the Second World War.

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Martin Luther King and the Civil Rights movement

Summarizing the Problem of Martin Luther Kings fight for African-Americans Rights America is sometimes compared to a melting pot, where people of different ethnic origin and race can equally pursue their political, cultural and economic purposes.

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Florence Nightingale...To pledge or Not to Pledge?

The Nightingale Pledge is an adaptation of the Hippocratic Oath for nurses. Most of nursing school graduates have to take this pledge. The aim of this paper is to analyze historic role of the Nightingale Pledge, as well as its functions and purposes, ethical benefits and limitations.

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Origins of the Courtly Love Tradition

Courtly love is a medieval concept of love, according to which the relationship between the lover and his lady is similar to the relationship between a vassal and his lord. The concept has had a significant impact on the whole European culture until now. For the first time, the concept courtly love occurred in the end of the 11th century in the poetry of troubadours in the court of sovereign lords of Aquitaine and Provence.

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Male Chauvinism in China before 1980s

Male chauvinism in China has been remaining the problem attracting the special attention since the time of Confucius till modern period. The Confucian philosophy has played the key role in China and remains there even in modern circumstances. Flowing from this point, social conditions changed its form according to political needs and regulations through the time and now reveal a range of problems related to the demographic situation and the status of a family as the unit of healthy and developing society.

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Life in England Under the Tutor Monarchs between1485-1600

More than during any period before or after, the Tudor government was centered on a monarch. At that time people in England had to live and worship according to beliefs of their rulers.

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What Was the ‘Ubaid Culture’ and Why is it Important to Neolithic Archaeology in the UAE?

Until 1949, the work of archaeologists was focused on the Mesopotamian plain with its prehistoric remains being buried under a thick layer of alluvium. Historians claim that between 4500 and 4300 B.C., few Halafian settlements in Mesopotamian were abandoned; their pottery and tools were gradually substituted by the pottery of another culture called Ubaid.

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Changes in the Lives of Women in France over the Past 150 Years

Changes in the Lives of Women in France over the Past 150 Years Changes in the Lives of Women in France over the Past 150 Years The human civilization has come a remarkably long way since the 18th century.

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Alexander the Great's Conquests (334-323 BCE)

Alexander III took over the throne of Macedonia after the death of his father, King Philip II. Before his death, King Philip II had earlier conquered Greece, which was weak after the Peloponnesian War. After Alexander, the new king, had ensured that Greece was under his rule, he set out to conquer the Persian Empire.

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Christopher Columbus Biography and History

The era of great geographical discoveries completely changed the European thoughts of the world. It contributed to the appearance of new continents, islands, and channels on the maps. It was the time when Christopher Columbus discovered America.

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