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Territorial Expansion Of America

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Sep
25

After acquiring independence from Britain and becoming an independent country, the territorial expansion of America added to its territory seven times which resulted in two border adjustments that comprised of colonies of the United Kingdom and Spain. This envisaged the handling and settling of several small territorial disputes. This expansion resulted in the acquisition of territory which America added 37 new States to the original 13 states making America a country with 50 states. The overall example that was obvious in this was an obviously territorial expansion which resulted in statehood.  The two states that expanded considerably were Nevada and Missouri. read more

Territorial Expansion after American Independence

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Sep
20

After acquiring independence from Britain and becoming an independent country, the United States started its objectives of expansion and added to its territory seven times which resulted in two border adjustments that comprised of colonies of the United Kingdom and Spain. This envisaged the handling and settling of several small territorial disputes. This expansion resulted in the acquisition of territory which America added 37 new States to the original 13 states making America a country with 50 states. The overall example that was obvious in this was an obviously territorial expansion which resulted in statehood.  The two states that expanded considerably were Nevada and Missouri while five other states which included Georgia, Massachusetts, North Carolina, Texas, and Virginia actually had to give up some territory for forming a new state. read more

Custom Paper: The Mongolian Empire

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Nov
29

 The Mongolian Empire

The Mongol empire was the largest empire to have been formed in history. Under the leadership of Chinngis Khan, the Mongol tribes together with other nomadic tribes united to form the mightiest military organization that went on to conquer nearly all of Asia, the middle east, parts of eastern Europe and Mesopotamia. The Mongolian army had a reputation of being savages and barbaric as they destroyed great cities and killed anybody who dared defy their rule.

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Custom Paper: Major Defeats of Mongols

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Nov
29

Although the Mongolian soldiers had many successes on the battleground and sieges, they faced a number of problems in their conquest and invasions. During the late years of their conquest, they suffered major defeats and in some regions like Syria, they were not able to hold onto the city for long. Their failure to capture and hold cities was mainly attributed to logistical problems where the countries conquered did not have the capacity to feed a large Mongol army.

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Junction of the Arkansas and the Mississippi Rivers

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Nov
29

Junction of the Arkansas and the Mississippi Rivers

The two explorers went beyond the junction of the Mississippi River. They also passed the Ohio River, which is the present day St. Louis Missouri. At the junction of the Arkansas and the Mississippi Rivers, they turned around. They made this turn because of the fear of being held captives by the Spaniards who controlled this region. This was because they believed the Mississippi River did actually flow into the Gulf of Mexico.

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Custom Paper: Tactics used by Mongolians

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Nov
29

Tactics used by Mongolians

Every invasion was carefully planned, and strategies were made based on information from the soldiers who had gone scouting. They carefully planned their attacks to every detail while also accessing the possibility of the enemy to resist alone or together. In areas where the terrain was unfamiliar, the soldiers would search for terrain that was best suited for their attacks.

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Custom Paper: Governor Frontenac of New France

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Nov
29

Governor Frontenac of New France

In the year 1672, Marquette and Joliet started their search for a path that led to the Pacific Ocean. This was after they received orders from Governor Frontenac of New France, present day Canada, to do so. Many of the governors had the intention of being the first to find the Northwest Passage. The founding nation stood a chance to witness a lot of benefits from being the first to find this Northwest Passage. read more

Custom Paper: Attila was one of the Greatest Hun Leaders

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Nov
28

Attila was one of the Greatest Hun Leaders

Attila was one of the greatest Hun leaders known widely due to his acts of savagery and barbarism. The Huns inspired terror in enemies often using psychological warfare to destroy its enemies. Like their predecessor the Mongols, the Hun soldiers would change ponies several times a day a strategy that made them cover long miles in a day. read more

Custom Paper: The Mongol Soldiers

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Nov
28

The Mongol Soldiers

The Mongolian soldiers used deception to attack and conquer sedentary cities along the silk roads. They had a reputation of being barbaric savages who would kill anyone who dared defied them. This reputation spread across the regions, and many people dreaded their invasion with many of them surrendering to their rule with less resistance. The Mongolians used terror to their advantage.

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Custom Paper: The Enactment of Fourteenth Amendment

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Nov
28

The Enactment of Fourteenth Amendment

The enactment of Fourteenth Amendment was a systematic means of granting humanity to the slaves. This amendment insisted that all persons – including the slaves – born on American soil would be automatic citizens of the United States. This was in response to the infamous Dred Scott decision that had ruled out the issue of citizenship for the slaves. In the same breath, the Fifteenth, Sixteenth and Seventeenth Amendments reiterated the issue of human rights for the slaves as opposed to the treatment of those salves as property.

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