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  • European History

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    of the Europe today. This rich history cannot be ignored because of the close ties to the creation of the nations and the supranational institutions that have become the European Union and its trade partners. Without the background on the history of Europe the creation of this larger organization or supranational organization would be nearly impossible to understand the complexities of the current political, social and economic qualities within the EU. The history of a country, state or organization

  • History of the European Union

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    ambiguous geographic boundaries. Europe has a long history of population, language and culture exchange and as a result the boundaries between countries are largely socially constructed and porous. Europe itself represents a large, continuous market in which the unrestricted flow of goods, services, capital and population further deteriorates national boundaries in the interest of free trade and open markets. The European Union has its origins in nascent European integration of the 19th century and first

  • History of Turkey and the European Union

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    History of Turkey and the European Union Turkey has had a long history with Europe and the European Union that stretches back many years. In 1952, Turkey joined the United States and most of Western Europe in the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). Turkey would look at this as the first step toward European acceptance, which had been so important to the country's founder and hero, Kemal Ataturk. It would become an associate member of the Western European Union.[1] As early as 1959, Turkey

  • Relationship Between European Geography and its History

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    How has the geography of Europe helped to shape its rich history? The diverse geography of Europe includes many winding rivers, rigid mountains, and vast plains. All of these figures of geography play an important role in the occurrence of important historical events in Europe. The political geography of the continent also plays an important role. Perhaps it plays an even greater role than the physical geography in some cases. The ever changing political geography of Europe is responsible for the

  • The European Union: Economics, Policy and History’ by Susan Senior Nello

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    called ‘The European Union: Economics, Policy and History’ by Susan Senior Nello. This book takes into account the different disciplines of economics, policy-making and therefore including a great deal of politics, and the history of the institution of the European Union as we know it today. The broad multi-disciplinary perspective makes this a comprehensive book that combines different aspects together making this particularly useful in the current debate about the future of the European Union. The

  • European History

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    European History European society between the years 1500 and 1800 prove to be an interesting comparison to modern times, as can be seen in †George Huppert's work, After the Black Death. Some important aspects of this particular historical society bore both similarities and differences to contemporary populous. In comparing and contrasting certain features of Huppert's analysis, the reader can better understand the growth of society in the past five hundred years . It is no question that the

  • European History

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    Over the last fifteen weeks I’ve learned many new things, one being the history of Europe in a nutshell. Originally this was supposed to be an explanation done by me in writing of what I found enlightening, informative, memorable, interesting, surprising, disturbing, academically relevant, helpful and useful. Even though I am on my computer typing this right now and have the world at my fingertips, I’ll refrain from using any third-party information. What we covered during this semester was easy

  • european history

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    1. How could you compare and contrast European and American culture? To what degree is Europe Americanized and/or globalized in your opinion? Although Europe and America are maybe an ocean apart, they are much more different than the actual geographical location and the difference in time zone. Both of the countries may sound western to us, however time has made great changes in advancement making their culture more diverse and different. One of the main differences that many people can spot is

  • European History

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    with a republic and in the year 1892, a republic was proclaimed. Places affected by this revolution are India, North America, Europe, Middle East and South America. This revolution was one of the events that played a vital role in making France’s history as drastic steps were taken to secure the country’s freedom since it was financially ruined. The French citizens were fighting for equality, fraternity and liberty. During the French revolution, the revolutionaries were seeking to resolve the fundamental

  • Periods of European History that Demonstrated Changing Attitudes Towards the Education of Women

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    Periods of European History that Demonstrated Changing Attitudes Towards the Education of Women Throughout the early portion of modern European history, women were never encouraged to undertake any significant education. Though the problem lessened over time, it was still a strong societal force. There were three major time periods when substantial changes took place in attitudes towards women's education -- the Renaissance, the Reformation, and the Seventeenth and the early Eighteenth