He was unafraid of directly criticising the way the war was being run, and his reports inspired much anger in the public. Their disbelief at the conditions in the Crimea lead to many reforms that otherwise may never have occurred, at least not as rapidly. The media also had a large influence on people such as Florence Nightingale, who were inspired to a direct involvement in the Crimea. The media highlighted problems with logistics, which lead to public outrage, which in turn lead to some reforms. However, the military strategy used, and the actual conflicts of the wa... ... middle of paper ... ...city.
So like the roman empire , the Carolingian Empire had to be divided and that didn’t make anything better. Feudalism was the only political stability that can be used because all the factors had built up to it. The few political factors that caused feudalism leads to the... ... middle of paper ... ... reasons where disappearance of the roman empire , invasions , barbaric empires that had the same outcome as the roman empire, and civil wars. The social reason was that the kings were weakening and the nobles were rising into authority because they had all the components that appealed to the people who lived in the disaster filled lands of western Europe . Manorialism could be caused by the same factors as feudalism but it seems to be caused by an economic influence.
The most significant incident that sparked the Indian Mutiny was the British not respecting the Indian religious and cultural practices. “A series of incidents bega... ... middle of paper ... ... was his right to overthrow the Qing emperor and bring equality to the people. He fought to change the current policies and laws in his country. The Taiping Rebellion, unlike the Indian Mutiny, did not want to remove outside influence, but internal ones. Both of these rebellions were a direct result of the Western world’s push for globalization and they both had impacts on their governing bodies.
This allowed contacts wit the interior that no people, including Africans themselves, had ever before achieved. Steam-driven iron boats were also basic to the European penetration of China. Western weaponry continued to increase. By the late 19th century, Western soldiers were armed with repeating rifles. Representing a huge advantage.
Shot and gunpowder for military use was made by skilled tradesmen, later called firemakers, who also made fireworks for peace or victory celebrations. During the Renaissance, two European schools of pyrotechnic thought emerged: one in Italy and the other at Nuremberg, Germany. The Italian school of pyrotechnics emphasized elaborate fireworks, and the German school stressed scientific advancement. Both schools added significantly to further development of pyrotechnics, and by the mid-17th century fireworks were used for entertainment on an unprecedented scale in Europe, being popular even at resorts and public gardens. In the mid-19th century fireworks became popular in the United States.
The victors also had to spend expenditures on reconstructing the destructive infrastructures. Money was not the only main factor that was primarily used to rearrange the whole society, but it took time as well. After the war, a certain country may have to lose something she did not intended to like in case of the Britain that though she won the Second World War, unexpectedly, she had to give freedom to her colonials. Why was that? As a result of a war, as I have mentioned, it definitely created a huge negative impact on a certain country as in this case of the Britain, a post war condition was so bad that some of the right-wing historians have condemned the whole war effort as inefficient and as a major cause to responsible for an upcoming subsequent British economic.
Second to be overlooked was France, still highly intimidated and insecure of a Germany that it wanted to see completely annihilated and rendered powerless. Lastly, was the Central powers, angry and cheated over their extremely harsh punishments. Thus the founders of the Paris Peace Treaties, despite doing their best to form a way to peace and betterment for Europe, managed to make a great deal of unanticipated oversights in their quest for harmony. The continent of Europe was composed of legions of different ethnic groups that at the end of World War I caused many problems for the treaty drawers of Paris. Even Wilson himself confessed that there were far many more ethnic groups in Europe than he at first realized- most of them seeking their own personal independence.
They found it increasingly difficult to agree with one another on how to combat them, let alone be able to compromise on a new form of government. Also if the new widened franchise had not been so inexperienced the revolutionaries would have had an easier time replacing the old regimes, which had in fact not been that strong to start with. The reactionary regimes regained power so quickly because of all of these reasons and although the 1848 Revolutions had emphasised the “ineptitude and impotence”8 of the old sovereigns and governments, they brought with them too many resentments, grudges and radical changes, for which Europe was not yet ready.
This in turn left Germany’s economy in utter ruin. This would later play into the hands of the radical Nazi Party, and the acquisition of power by Adolph Hitler. The European map also changed dramatically. The powers in Europe, realizing that Nationalism was one of the main causes the war, changed political boundaries to try to create separate states for separate nationalisms. For the most part countries accepted their new independence, but it is impossible to form a boundary around a specific type of nationalism.
As one rises, another falls. Civilizations undulated in historic times more frequently than waves in an ocean; however, most of them are forgotten to this day because of their insignificant impact. The Roman and Chinese Empires were established like any other civilization, but rose to power through proper governing of the people. They later became so successful that they emulated one another in different fields of culture. The Han Dynasty was one of many dynasties in ancient China and it was able to change the outlook on society because of its radical and novel ideology based on Confucianism.