Barbarians have an impressive history despite the bloodshed left in their wake. They somehow went from a lone, nomadic clan to an allegiance of clans who conquered Asia, the Middle East and Eastern Europe in a very short amount of time. The Barbarians success was probably a result of their strategy and preparedness in war. First they had a specific chain of command for their army and a strategy for attacking that would make their numbers seem larger and surround their adversaries. Furthermore, they would not allow their adversary to rest while fighting and instead took turns to wear them out.
Following the Battle of Bosworth of 1485, it was indisputable that Henry needed to establish new means of controlling the size and power of the nobility to levels which posed no threat to the throne. The Wars of the Roses 1455-85 resulted in 30 years of instability for England and thus Henry’s accession to the throne saw him take control of a fragmented country in which the crown was weak yet the nobility strong. Henry initially diluted noble power through the Act of Attainder which seized the titles and possessions of nobles suspected of disloyalty whilst simultaneously ensuring obedience as members of the nobility stood to lose everything should they be attained. Moreover, Henry was prepared to reverse an attainder if it would secure future loyalty evident in the fact that of the 138 attainders passed, 46 were later reversed.
In 1936 he was appointed as “Generalissimo” of Spain and led revolts against the Spanish democratic republic and overpowered them. Once he overpowered them he led Spain into a monarchy with him being at the head of the state. This action made him gain the support and respect of Nazi Germany and of all the factions on the right side of Spain. Also in the years of 1936-1939, the world recognized Franco as the legitimate ruler of Spain. Becoming the ruler of Spain obviously made him richer, giving him a better lifestyle and gave him more power and respect.
Through the use of descriptions of “tyranny”, as phrased in the Declaration, the colonists plainly put into view the actions of George III, showing that the government of the Crown had mistreated the colonists. The Declaration presents these points by telling of various government-type establishments which the King had shut down, the forced quartering of soldiers in homes, and the intentional boarding of colonist representation in Parliament. The king’s refusal of all of the arguments for various freedoms, gave the right, the colonists reasoned, to insinuate a separation of the two countries. The Americans wished to have the right to self-government, along with all of the other freedoms mentioned in the Declaration. Furthermore, the refusal of all the grievances in the case of the British, made George III a tyrant in the eyes of the colonists, only wanting the colonies for profit.
Therefore, a sovereign prince must have unlimited, permanent, perpetual power over his government and people. King Louis XIV accomplished this task by first taking away the control that the citizens had: titles. Louis XIV established a militia to protect his kingdom instead of using nobles and vassals in order to weaken their power. As a result, the feudal series was destroyed and the power of the nobility along with it (Historical Memoirs of the Duc De Saint- Simon). A key cause of the vassal’s loyalty to nobility was because the nobility protected their subjects from outside assaults on the village while the king did not protect them.
1. Hrothgar built an empire using his exceptional leadership abilities with strategy. He attempts to make a society in which he avoids as much conflict with other groups as he can. “and feast my eyes on the greatest of meadhalls, unsatisfied. His pride.
Ferdinand and Isabella conquer the Granada from the Moors (Muslims) which gave them the title Catholic Kings in 1492. This ordered and Jews and Muslims to convert to Christianity. They tortured the heretics that did not convert to catholic finally all Jews and Muslims who refused to convert were banned from Spain. The Jews and Muslims could practice their own religion but it had to be secretly done. Isabella sponsored the voyage of Christopher Columbus which brought money to Spain and a new world.
1. Lord Baltimore Lord Baltimore was the first of the English elites who received a proprietary colony from Charles I to populate, administrate, and protect. The king at the time was rewarding noblemen shares of the Virginia Company’s surrendered territories to create English colonies. Baltimore acquired his portion in 1632, with alleviation from royal taxation, the authority to employ judges, and the privilege of assembling a resident nobility. Baltimore intended the colony he named Maryland to be a sanctuary for England’s small population of victimized Catholics.
Hitler's rise to power cannot be attributed to a single factor, but a combination of events, some of which were happening outside of Germany, the strength of the Nazi party and the weakness of the other parties attributed greatly to his rise. Hitler used these factors to his advantage and in 1933 he legitimately gained power to become the chancellor of Germany. The treaty of Versailles was one of the most important factors that led to Hitler's rise to power in Germany. From Germany's point of view the treaty was incredibly harsh and devastating that left them feeling humiliated. The treaty required them to relinquish their military power, substantial portions of their land, their say in international affairs and their respect.
Q2 the 'Glorious Revolution ' ensue when the people in England and Scotland were uncomfortable with the Catholic king James the second in the accusation that he would not allow them to participate in voting and other religious practices of their choices. They invited William III of Orange-Nassau, a protestant to take control of the kingdom and exiled James. To resolve the stalemate that followed, a law was set in place to establish a monarchy, which is still used today in England and Australia. Q3 The principle of precedence in Australia is binding among the judges who are required to make decisions based on the past judgments of a similar case. Sometimes, the past reasoning