Paper Examples on History
The History of Freedom Fighters
The memory of America’s freedom fighters is honored everywhere in the country. We walk the streets named after them, we study their biographies in schools and colleges and watch documentaries about them. We know why what they did is so important nowadays, but do we really understand the meaning of the fight for freedom? Can we become freedom fighters by ourselves, or everything...
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History of United States Since 1876
Introduction Franklin D. Roosevelt was a 32nd American president who was born on January 1882 in Hyde Park, New York in a prominent family (Roberts 8). He was the son of James and Sara Delano Roosevelt. Franklin went abroad when he was 3 years old and between age of 7 and 15 he used to spend several months every year...
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Wounded Knee I (1890) and II (1973)
Introduction The Wounded Knee massacre is perhaps one of the most one of the major battles in the history of US where the Indians were involved. The first battle of the Wounded Knee took place in 1890 where the US military troops engaged with the Lakota Sioux Indian at the wounded Knee creek which is located in the south of...
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A Young Boy’s Life in Nazi Germany
Growing up in Germany during the Nazi regime exposed me to different things that in many ways altered my perspective on the society and the particular leaders who ruled the country during the Nazi regime. The Nazi Germany describes the period from 1933 to 1945 when Germany was under the tyrannical regulation of Adolf Hitler who ruled under Nazi party....
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The Good Friday Fire of 1788
The Good Friday Fire of 1788 was a blaze that reduced over 857 structures into ashes in New Orleans of Louisiana in Spain. In the year 1727, the first church of St. Louis was dedicated. It was one of the most beautiful structures in the city. There was a presentable clock on the wall that struck after every hour. The...
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Christopher Columbus′ Voyage to the Americas
Back in 1492, Christopher Columbus voyaged across the America. He entered America through the Atlantic Ocean from Spain. He made a number of four trips in the years 1492, 1493, 1498, and 1502. His main objective was to discover a direct route that would connect Asia and Europe via the ocean. We should note that Columbus never discovered such a...
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The Kurdistan and Conflict in the Middle East
Kurdistan is term that driven from the word Kurds. The Kurds are one of the indigenous peoples of the Mesopotamian plains and the highlands in what are now south-eastern Turkey, north-eastern Syria, northern Iraq, north-western Iran and south-western Armenia.in these modern times, they form a distinctive community, united through race, culture and language, even though they have no standard dialect....
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The Underground Railroad
Section One Colson Whitehead book is a fiction which represents the things that were happening in real life. Most of the sections of the sections of the book reflect on examples of how slaves suffered at the hands of fellow black men. The case of Ridgway’s in section three shows how some black men benefited from selling other black men...
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Japanese Policies Leading to War Between 1890 and 1937
Japanese policies which led to war Introduction Japan came up with various policies within their country which was the cause of various wars which arose between it and other neighboring states. The major policy which contributed to conflict in japan was the policy of expansion in that japan had to do what it was for them to increase its territory....
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