Online European History Papers & Reports

  • Thomas Jefferson
    Jefferson was born at Shadwell in Albemarle county, Virginia, on april 13, 1743. His father, Peter Jefferson and his mother Jane Randolph were members of the most famous...
  • Opera from Montiverdi to Strauss
    From Montiverdi to Strauss Opera has come a long way since its early beginnings. It has transcended time and history itself from being presented in early Italian opera...
  • Renaissance Validation
    The Medieval time period, termed by scholars in the 15th century, was the years between the downfall of the classical world and its rediscovery, the Renaissance (Annenberg...
  • Effects of the Industrial Revolution
    It has been thought by many historians throughout history that the Industrial Revolution has influenced what is known as the most productive revolution ever to occur in...
  • Religious Aspects of Romantic Thought
    In the introductory section of Warren Breckman's European History, Breckman cites that "scholarly attempts to reach a neat and tidy definition of Romanticism have shattered...
  • 1.Assess the Contribution of Albert Speer to His Period of National History.

    History HSC Assessment Task 3 2016 1.Assess the contribution of Albert Speer to his period of national history. Albert Speer contributed to his period of...

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  • 1434 the Year a Magnificent Chinese Fleet Sailed to Italy and Ignited the Renaissance

    1434 The Year a Magnificent Chinese Fleet Sailed to Italy and Ignited the Renaissance Gavin Menzies Those educated in the Western Hemisphere have been taught that...

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  • 1918

    What were the most important reasons that the spring 1918 offensives did not achieve decisive victory for Germany? At the strategic and operational levels, how are the...

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  • 23r23rf3

    Abstract Purpose – The purpose of this paper is to present an empirical study of supply chain flexibility, asking: what specific inter-firm practices are used to...

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  • 3 Euro

    Question: Compare and contrast the motives for European overseas expansion during the Age of Discovery (fifteenth and sixteenth centuries) and during the Age of New...

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  • A Concise Overview of Edward Gibbon

    Edward Gibbon (1737-1794) “All that is human must retrograde if it does not advance.” This outline provides a concise summary of Gibbon’s life and scholarly...

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  • A Firytale Weeding-Diana

    A fairytale wedding. Prince Charles was taking a long time to choose a wife. He was already 32. He always had plenty of girlfriends. Diana’s sister Sarah was one of his...

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  • Causes of the French Revolution
    The causes of the French Revolution is a significant subject of historical debate. France in 1789, although facing some economic (and especially fiscal) difficulties, was...
  • A Radical Change

    During the inter-war years, Europeans in Germany and Italy supported radical ideologies because these ideas made the future for their nations look more prosperous and...

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  • "A View from the Bridge" Personal Response

    Personal Response #1 Stephen Yee Title: A View from the Bridge Author: Arthur Miller Type: Drama/Play Date...

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  • A World Lit Only by Fire

    Harielys Jerez-Nolasco Mr.Macksoud AP European History September 2,2013 Life during the medieval period A World Lit Only By Fire: The Medieval Mind And...

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  • Aat Level 4

    Revision Notes 7 – Capital Gains Tax – Special Rules * Dealing with Part Disposals 1. Calculate the cost of the part disposed of – (original cost 4,000...

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  • Absolution

    The late-sixteenth, seventeenth, and early-eighteenth centuries in Europe are sometimes described as the age of absolutism. In many European countries, the...

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  • Compare and Contrast Tale of Two Cities and the French Revolution
    Compare and Contrast Tale of Two Cities and the French Revolution In the novel, A Tale of Two Cities by Charles Dickens, there are many references made by Dickens...
  • Absolutism

    #6 17th Century Absolutism Tsar Peter the Great (1689-1725) of Russia strengthened his nation’s position in Russia and reformed it by improving the military with...

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  • Account for the Initial Consolidation of Nazi Power in 1933-34

    Account for the initial consolidation of Nazi power in 1933-34 The failure of the Weimar Republic, the Wall Street Crash and the Treaty of Versailles had sent Germany into a...

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  • Adam's Dbq

    Adam Black The Black Plague blazed through Europe during the late 1300’s, wiping out nearly one third of the population, leaving death and destruction in its path. All...

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  • The Death of Socrates
    The Death of Socrates Viewing the painting “The Death of Socrates” by Jacques-Louis David, one can perceive many different subject matters, both literally and...
  • Adam Smith

    1. A) Adam Smith was a Scottish moral philosopher and a pioneer of political economic. He believed the best economic system was based on small government, free trade and...

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  • Albert Speer

    ALBERT SPEER Albert Speer was born in Mannheim on March 19, 1905. His family was a very well off compared to the general population and their social status demanded...

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  • Albert Speer

    Assess the significance of Albert Speer in twentieth century national and international history Albert Speer played a significant role in the direction of German National...

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  • Alexander the Great

    Thematic Essay The Hellenistic Age was the period between the death of Alexander The Great and the rise of Rome under the rule Augustus. The Greek culture dominated much...

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  • Alsace - Lorraine

    Kevin McLee English 101 Essay #3 Alsace – Lorraine What is the Alsace – Lorraine? Most people don’t even know how to pronounce Alsace – Lorraine let...

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  • Stylistic Prose Techniques
    ENC1101 March 1, 2008 Stylistic Prose Techniques A Tale of Two Cities In the novel, “A Tale of Two Cities” by Charles Dickens, the writer uses multiple styles and...
  • Causes of French
    The French Revolution took place in France in 1789. There wasn't just one main cause but many causes. The king at the time, Louis XVI, was too young and too inexperienced to...
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