History of Palestine Explained

Since it is one of the oldest nations in the world, it has seen a lot of things. Many rulers came and went by. Semites were the first people to ever conquer the land. Since they had no opposition, it was pretty easy for them to set their base in the land of Palestine. It […]

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The Future of the United States of America Explained

Here is how quickly America is shifting to a new era of promise and hope. By the time adolescents of today reach their thirties, there will be for the first time ever more blacks than whites, more senior citizens than children, and more people practicing diverse sects. In the 2050s, the sluggish demographic trends that […]

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The Future of China Explained

One should perceive how China’s economy as anybody probably knows how it has evolved, from its scratchy early decades through to the present state, and on to where it is heading. 1949: Combating the ignominy of Inflation The virtues of ideology tend to contribute to the arrival of significant pathfinders, albeit, in coherence with the […]

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Financial History of the World Explained

It will not be out of context to mention here that Niall Ferguson is an intellectual, who effortlessly goes about possibly all areas of intellect. He is fundamentally a historian but has an equal flair in economics as well. Ferguson possesses an uncanny knack of detecting shortcomings of conventional establishments and power axes, especially in […]

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Introduction to Black Swan Theory Explained

History is there to become a lesson for humans to not repeat the same mistake and learn from their successes. The fact is that no success can be repeated a second time because that would be copyright infringement. What is even worse is that we have to learn from past incidents, major financial crisis, and […]

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Biggest Cyber Crimes in the History

As the criminal activities increase in the somatic world, the virtual world hasn’t been left undisturbed. Machines can be manipulated and no matter how the technology is bettered, a loop hole unseals leading to a series of unfortunate events such as data destruction, damage to business reputation, loss of business and company assets and heavy […]

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Baseball History Explained

The Origin of Baseball It is difficult to trace the precise evolution of baseball from the older games of bat and ball. An old French manuscript dating back to the year 1344 has a picture of clerics playing a game, conceivably la soule, a French game with close resemblances to baseball. Many other old French […]

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Asian History Explained

Pre-History The beginning of ‘Neolithic 1’culture has been marked by a 10,000 BCE temple in the south-eastern area of Turkey known as Gobekli Tepe and is the oldest place of worship constructed by man. There are no permanent houses in the locality which clearly states that the site was developed by nomads. Farming communities began […]

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Art History Explained

The Art Historians utilize several methods while researching the history of objects and studying the nature of the being of the art, it’s creation, existence and authenticity. They mostly examine any work of art in the perspective of the time when it was created. This is done in the best way, keeping in mind the […]

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Ancient Rome Explained

Early Roman Kingdom The version of ancient Rome can be seen through works of Plutarch, Dionysius of Halicarnassus and Livy who say that Rome was initially ruled by succession of seven kings. As per Varro, another literary genius, 243 years have been accounted for the rule of these seven kings. After which the city was […]

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Ancient Greece Explained

Neolithic Period (6000-2900 BC) During this period farming spread extensively and even live stock was reared. Tools were also manufactured. The settlements were known as hamlets, villages and towns. The Pre-Ceramic period is also known as Aceramic. There were communities of 50 to 100 people who lived in one room mud houses and they grew […]

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Ancient Egypt Explained

Egypt was home to more greenery than compared to what the lands are today. This is why there is mention of herd grazing in these lands. Hunting was common among the Egyptians which is why animal domestication was common. The nomadic hunters settled down beside the River Nile and took to farming which further gave […]

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American Revolution Explained

Causes of the American War of Independence Earlier all seemed to be fine and the colonies were proud to be British. Besides a few occurrences of Parliament’s control which troubled the colonists, like the Currency Acts of 1751 and 1764. But it was when the French and Indian War took place in 1754 lasting till […]

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American Presidents Explained

American constitution is one of the oldest written legal documents that allow a federally setup government at the centre. It is also one of the shortest. The beginning of American constitutionalism starts with the events that unfolded in 18th century Americas, during which modern day United States was divided into several colonial possessions of France, […]

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African American History Explained

In 1619, Virginia was a sparsely populated island which was struggling to make the colony profitable for human but the colonists were devastated by disease, death and Native-American attacks. So when a badly damaged Dutch ship arrived on their island carrying twenty kidnapped Africans, the colony offered food and services to the Dutchmen in exchange […]

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Afghanistan War Explained

The Struggle for Independence, Modernization, and Development During the mid 1700s, Afghanistan became a unified entity with poor and underdeveloped status which was located in a very rough neighborhood. The size, shape, and degree of the country and the centralized power depended on several leaders. These leaders like the President of Afghanistan Karzai, were mostly […]

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Theory of War Explained

Any philosophical check of war will fixate on four general inquiries: What is war? What causes war? What is the relationship between human instinct and war? Could war ever be ethically reasonable? Characterizing what war is required deciding the elements that are permitted to start and take part in the war. Also, a man’s meaning […]

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Baseball History | eBook | AudioBook

About this Book Baseball inspired millions of people in the United States. It evolved from the old bat and ball games which used to be played in England during the 18th century. The immigrants who came to settle in North America were the ones responsible to bring this game to the Americans. Eventually they came […]

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Financial Crisis 2008 Explained

Since the Depression of the 1930s, the U.S. along with major economic agencies has been making their way through the financial crisis from the start of 2007. A lot of businesses failed, banks were forecasted to lose a huge sum or money and unemployment rate reached to its maximum in these years. Not just this, […]

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The Future of the United States of America | eBook | AudioBook

About this Book In modern times, the U.S. labor market looks quite different from what it was two decades earlier. It has been impacted by extraordinary events such as the Great Recession, but also by a silent and gradual shift of mixing and venue of overall job opportunities. In the decade ahead, the next wave […]

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