The American Revolution: A New Look at the Birth of a Nation

History of hte American Revolution

For Americans the American Revolution is the first step of the birth of the great nation; the process of national building as the creation of a political and republican regime where each state holds powers and the overarching federal system to grant, distribute, and monitor the powers between each. The central point, at least to …

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What If History: Is There Any Validity To Counterfactualism?

What If History

When you’re a kid, the ‘What If” factor enters into your conscious during the questioning phase, cementing, during the age somewhere between 5 and 11, as the most annoying of your adolescence for people around you; when your whole life becomes the big “why?” it’s hard not to be exhausted with the endless possibilities for …

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Dangerous Liaisons: How 18th Century France Made The Modern Media Circus

Dangerous Liasons

Anyone who has lived through the past 30 years knows, without doubt, that this is the technological age and that the media and Silicon Valley has it’s claws on the pulse of this generation and all that are to follow. We are the information age, and what is to come will undoubtedly be heavily influenced …

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The Development of Constantinople, AD 324-565

History of constantinople

The city of Constantinople, capital of the late Roman and Byzantine Empire’s, was one of the last great ancient cities. Located at the mouth of the Bosporus straights and controlling access between the Mediterranean and Black Seas, Constantinople was strategically located to control the lucrative trade routes to the east. Between the cities dedication in AD …

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