Essays Tagged: "european nations"

Roots of Russian Revolution

nd social organization was at an extreme decline. Russia had become the least advanced of the major European nations in terms of political and social development. There was no parliament, and no middl ...

(3 pages) 185 0 3.2 Mar/2002

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

Alcholism

he rise in the United States, countries of the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, and many European nations. This is paralleled by growing evidence of increasing numbers of alcohol-related pr ...

(3 pages) 118 1 4.4 Jan/1997

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Controversial Issues > Drugs & Alchohol

Brief History of the Cold War

osing the communism that dominated Russia and Eastern Europe. Russia was overtaking smaller eastern European countries with force and did not want the United States to resist this movement into Europe ... State George Marshall announced a plan to help in the reconstruction of Europe. The plan asked all European nations, Eastern and Western Europe, to reveal their reconstruction needs to the United Sta ...

(4 pages) 183 0 4.1 Nov/1996

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > The Cold War

Origins of WW I and Demographic Change

neglect the effect of demographic change on a society. During the late 1800's and up to 1914, most European nations were undergoing fundamental changes in the makeup of their societies. Some countrie ...

(6 pages) 44 0 2.6 Jan/1996

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War II

Essay on the European Union. To recieve a better grade throw in some sources. I didn't cite any and I got an 86%

The European UnionThe European Union is a coalition of European nations, who by combining their economic ... form a united Europe, a Europe with no barriers and complete freedom to trade with one another. The European Union is a combination of many countries; these countries are France, Italy, Luxemburg, the ... and, Portugal, Sweden, and Greece. With all these countries forming one huge economic alliance, the European Union will become a very powerful economic body in world because of its massive economic st ...

(3 pages) 237 1 4.2 Jun/2002

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Economics

Imerialism - A paper on what imperialism is, how it came to be, and it's effects on Europe and today's society.

Between the years of the 15th and 18th centuries, European nations flourished. They gained control over a majority of the Western Hemisphere. From 188 ... rotect themselves from attacks. This strategy was used as a "safety zone". In the late 1800's, many European countries (such as England, France, Prussia, and more) had colonies throughout the world wh ... superiority (The White Man's Burden). During the 1800's, a strong feeling of nationalism swept most European countries. Many people believed that their nation's greatness depended on the size of its t ...

(3 pages) 272 2 3.6 Dec/2002

Subjects: History Term Papers > European History

European Union

The European Union, which was previously known as the European Community is an institutional framework t ... k that began in 1951 between six countries with the intention of constructing a unified Europe. The European Union was created after World War II to economically and politically unite Europe so that a ... eated after World War II to economically and politically unite Europe so that another war among the European nations would not occur. The enlargement of the European Union is a historic opportunity to ...

(8 pages) 474 0 4.0 Feb/2003

Subjects: Social Science Essays > Political Science

European and Native Encounters in the Americas.

European and Native Encounters in the AmericasThe encounters between separate European nations and s ... ecific encounters of the Spanish and the English provide an interesting comparison as they were the European powers that had the most impact on the native peoples. Upon closer examination, it becomes ... ves in the Americas and distinctive encounters. Yet, these factors seem to contain certain distinct European elements.In the areas known as Mexico today, the native Indians had a few similarities. The ...

(7 pages) 261 1 4.7 May/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

The World War one.

they mean in this case?How did imperialism come to be one of the four deep causes of the world war? European nations argued over the possession of faraway colonies because they were economically impor ... causes of the war. But how could nationalism, the love for one's country, be part of the would war? Europeans saw nationalism much differently than we see it. They saw it this way "any army who can wi ...

(5 pages) 66 1 2.6 May/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War I

Air Travel.

nsion of 'open skies' agreement between United Kingdom and the UnitedStates and a growing number of European nations.2.the successful development of international alliances (groups of airlines) that n ... ups of airlines) that nowcompete across the broad, worldwide networks.3.the explosive growth at the European hubs of other alliances in Frankfurt, Amsterdamand Paris4.deregulation of the airline indus ...

(8 pages) 246 0 3.7 Jun/2003

Subjects: Businesss Research Papers > Management

The industrial revolution as a turning point in world history.

rom agriculture to a urban or suburban society occupied more and more in factory manufacture. Other European nations went through the same course soon thereafter, followed by others during the 19th ce ...

(2 pages) 81 0 3.0 Jun/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History

The Major Causes of the Great Depression.

s of economic instability. The United States fell from prosperity to penury in a few weeks, but the European nations did not have the luxury to experience any prosperity at all. Ever since the resolut ... ected with each other and have all contributed in weakening the Western economy. Never-theless, the European nations would not have plunged into economic collapse along with the United States if they ...

(3 pages) 104 0 4.4 Sep/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War I

This paper covers the effects of imperialism on India

Imperialism: The Effects on IndiaBetween the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries, European nations flourished. They gained control over a majority of the Western Hemisphere. From 188 ... wers set out to gain power in many places such as Asia, India, Africa, and the Pacific. The western European domination was known as imperialism. The Europeans believe that it was their God-given righ ... eved that imperialism was good, and their tasks were not out of greed, but for the love of God. The Europeans used trickery to take advantage of weakened empires in India to expand their territory and ...

(4 pages) 122 0 4.6 Nov/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

How is Beowulf depicted as the perfect epic hero?

l contrasts his determination to conquer the evil Grendel and the pusillanimous intentions of other European nations as they cowardly back down and retreat from Denmark.When Beowulf enters into the Da ...

(1 pages) 39 0 3.0 Nov/2003

Subjects: Literature Research Papers > European Literature

How the presence of european explorers affected the conlonial move in Africa during "the Scramble for Africa"

Before the age of European imperialism in Africa, the core of the continent was totally unknown to European civilizati ... ontinent was totally unknown to European civilization. Prior to the colonial interests of the major European nations, the age of exploration in Africa opened up many parts of the continent's interior. ... umerous expeditions of many explorers made the rapid colonization of Africa possible by showing the European nations what Africa held for them. Although explorers were the key that would open up entir ...

(3 pages) 73 0 3.0 Dec/2003

Subjects: History Term Papers > African Studies - History

This is an essay about Germany in WWI.

neglect the effect of demographic change on a society. During the late 1800's and up to 1914, most European nations were undergoing fundamental changes in the makeup of their societies. Some countrie ...

(6 pages) 37 0 3.9 Jan/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War I

Answers the essay question "How was Antietam a major turning point of the war?" You might want to skim over it yourself, i'm not sure about some grammar/spelling.

ion cities nearby.Had the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia been successful in its attempt, the European nations may have become involved, since many of them had a keen interest in the Confederacy ... e Civil War. However, the fact that he was able to fight the rebels to a draw helped to prevent the European powers from becoming involved. The South's only real hope in this war was the movement into ...

(2 pages) 50 0 3.0 Jan/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > North American History

World War I: Its causes and effects

During the late 1800's and early 1900's most European nations were experiencing dramatic changes, socially and economically. Populations were ris ... e their mark on the world. As these changes were forced inevitably upon the nations, the balance of European powers became altered. Westernized countries rapidly grew more powerful then unindustrializ ... ed the actions of each country. Ironically, alliances were formed in order to keep peace within the European countries. However, with each country connected to another in some way, any small dispute b ...

(6 pages) 161 4 4.2 Feb/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History > World War I

Essay about the negative effects of colinization on India and china using specific facts

COLINIZATION IN ASIABetween the fifteenth and eighteenth centuries, European nations flourished. They gained control over a majority of the Western Hemisphere. From 188 ... mine of economic gain. Through trade, military power and the exploitation of the local peoples many European nations gained control of south and East Asia for colonization. While these European coloni ... enced zero growth. In China too, after many Chinese became addicted to opium, a habit introduced by European traders, England encouraged the smuggling and illegal trade of the drug, and sold it at hig ...

(6 pages) 82 0 3.0 Feb/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > Asian History

What were the main causes leading up to world war 1?

f leaders' aggression towards other countries, which was supported by the rising nationalism of the European nations. Economic and imperial competition, fear of war prompted military alliances and an ...

(4 pages) 98 1 3.8 Mar/2004

Subjects: History Term Papers > World History