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  • Persian Wars Peloponnesian Wars Alexander the Great Trojan War Punic Wars -- Carthage and Hannibal Gallic Wars -- Julius Caesar, Vercingetorix First
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  • Greece and Alexander the Great - From Minoans to the rise of Hellenistic Empires, through Alexander the Great World Religions - Religions of the past and
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  • however, against the military stratagems of Philip of Macedon or his son Alexander. They were a forerunner of the rising power of Rome, which under its
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  • Here are the Kings and Queens of the Netherlands, since the modern government was formed in 1815.
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  • looked weak. The shock of the defeat in the Crimean War in Russia led to Alexander II enacting sweeping internal reform. Alexander recognized that in order
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  • P. Alexander Quotes by Dr. Alexander: 1765 G. W. Arnold Matilda C. Bennett Lyman Henry Butterfield (1909-1982) was director of the Institute of Early
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  • taken The Revolution Modern age Educational reforms Political reforms Epilogue Appendices →Index ← Glossary Bibliography This is an index of terms
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  • interest the Macedonian aristocracy and their constant internal machinations. Philip II, the father of Alexander the Great, would continue the legacy of his
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  • BCE. The statue stood over 30 meters tall at the mouth of the harbor at Rhodes. After Alexander the Great died, his empire was broken into several pieces
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  • civilian deaths in war time incidents like the Halifax Explosion. Support for Great Britain during the First World War caused a major political crisis over
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  • Castlereagh of England, who assembled the Quadruple Alliance, Talleyrand of France, Metternich of Austria, and Alexander I of Russia. The Congress of Vienna
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  • "place in the sun." After 1871, Germany's trade and industry increased vigorously, challenging and, in some areas, even exceeding that of Great Britain
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  • reported to her on the state of the Russian people Trained and educated her grandson Alexander I so that he could progress in society because of his merit rather
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  • April 1915, New Zealand sent troops to Gallipoli under the command of British General Alexander Godly, along with Australian soldiers, to help seize Constantinople
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  • were drawn into the Scanian War in 1676, when France asked for Swedish help in the Franco-Dutch War (see Anglo-Dutch Wars). In reply, the Dutch asked for
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  • Montreal to the shore of the bay, where they managed to capture some areas. There were four French and Indian Wars and two additional wars in Acadia and
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  • prompted by the new Spanish governor Alexander Farnese and upset by the aggressive Calvinism of the Northern States, some of the Southern States, the so-called
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  • and cosmology. Alexander Kerensky (1881-1970) - The second prime minister of the Russian Provisional Government, immediately before the Bolsheviks and
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  • old-age pensions, and veterans' pensions. The financial crisis of the Great Depression had led the Dominion of Newfoundland to relinquish responsible government
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  • there for the celebration of the marriage between Alexander I of Epirus and Philip's daughter, by his fourth wife Olympias, Cleopatra. While the king was
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