Liberalism, Socialism and Nationalism in the 19th century

Liberalism, Socialism and Nationalism in the 19th century. In 1871-1914, the world burst out with a great deal of ideas. That period of time is characterized with mens courage, tremendous pieces of music created by composers, and revolutionary paintings wrote by painters

American Society From 1865 To 1910

At the turn of the XIX-XX centuries, there was a fundamental change in the paradigm of economic and social development of the USA. The leading countries of the world entered a new stage of their development - monopolistic capitalism. The formation of international monopolist community divided the world into spheres of economic influence

The Historical Backgrounds of the Great Leap Forward and Cultural Revolution

The Historical Backgrounds of the Great Leap Forward and The successful achievements in the development of the economy in the 1950s enabled the Communistic Party leadership with the chairman Mao Zedong launch a Great Leap Forward in 1958. The economic aim was to transform the country from the agrarian into a socialist society by means of rapid industrialization and collectivization.

The First Barbary War

In the early 19th century, the Barbary States Morocco, Algiers, Tunis, and Tripoli controlled commerce in the Mediterranean and along the North Atlantic coast of Africa. The authorized piracy was a source of the state income and political influence. Pirate practices became a challenge for the United States that wanted to become a trading nation.

The Status and Influence of Aeschylus

Aeschylus, the first of three eminent Greek playwrights, created about 70 tragedies, only 7 of which were kept until the present: The Suppliants, The Persians, The Seven Against Thebes, Prometeus Bound, and the trilogy The Oresteia. Aeschylus was not the first author of the Greek tragedies: the names of six playwrights who lived before him are known today, and names of twenty tragedies which were performed earlier than the ones by Aeschylus were presented to the public.

Israeli-Palestinian Conflict

The Israeli-Palestine conflict has been an unprecedented one because one of the participants had lost its sovereignty over 2,000 years ago and its people been scattered around the world but returned to their homeland for varying reasons, with an intention to regain their heritage and sovereignty.