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The Gilded Age

The Gilded Age is the era of rapid economic and population growth in the United States after the U.S. Civil War and the Reconstruction of the South. The name comes from the book The Gilded Age by Mark Twain and Charles Warner.  The Gilded Age in the U.S. history was a time of transformation of […]

Samurai and Economic

Samurai as a caste were initially perceived as soldiers protecting the state order and serving the lords. However, in the course of time they received privileges and were able to create their own autonomies with inner legal and economic orders. The philosophy that formed the basis of Bushido had a significant impact on the historical […]

Asian Studies

In the 14th and 15th centuries, John of Plano Carpini, Marco Polo, and William of Rubruck were the most eminent travelers of that time. Their routes and modes were almost similar; however, the way they recorded and presented the details of their journeys was completely different. At that time, there were limited options of vehicles, […]

Expansion, Consolidation, and Administration Strategies of Empires

Empires emerged from ancient civilizations that existed in different eras and under various conditions. Successful territorial expansion of separate tribes led to consolidation of peoples with differing languages, religions, and cultures. Consequently, most empires, being multicultural entities, did not survive internal pressure longer than two centuries. Despite a similar pattern of rise and fall, the […]

Civilisation Clash of Various Cultures

The rise of the ISIS in the context of civilisation is of great concern and hence needs to be looked into keenly. In this case, the knowledge gained can help establish whether Islamic state bolster or erode the concepts which are presented by the Huntington’s thesis of the shift from ideological and economical to cultural […]

Origins of the Civil War from the Colonial to Antebellum Period

The Civil War is one of the most seminal periods in the history of the United States. The war changed the United States socially, culturally and politically to an extent that few other events before and after that period did. The war affirmed the inviolability of the Union and eradicated one of the most atrocious […]

Territorial and the Early Statehood Era of Michigan

In the 19th century, before becoming a state, Michigan was a new and barely-settled place. The territory of Michigan grew up with the process of industrialization and the development of America. The history of Michigan includes such integral points as the environment and people who settled and inhabited this place. In the Midwest, the increasing […]

Pearling in the UAE

Major historical events in the United Arab Emirates, especially Dubai and Abu Dhabi, are related to the trade and investment development. There has been substantial evidence found that settlements in this land began in the era of glaciation, and trade emerged five millennia ago. Originally, date palms were grown there, and copper was mined in […]

Woodrow Wilson and Franklin D. Roosevelt

Societies need intellectually endowed leaders to progress. In order to transform societies, its leadership must exhibit wisdom, fair judgment, and enthusiasm for initiating and implementing the change. It should be noted that leadership does not work in a vacuum. Hence, a leader is a person who is strong enough to ensure that progressive change is […]

Six Watershed Events in the History of American Foreign Policy

It would be wise to start by mentioning that every great country kept aloof from the world politics at a certain point of their history. The period of the so-called splendid isolation in Great Britain and the indifference of the powerful Celestial Empire to international relations up to the late 19th century clearly demonstrate this […]