Rome collapsed due to various reasons such as its sheer size that lead to various problems within the Empire, the rise of Christianity that caused disputes within the people of the Empire and also external invasion that was caused due to the weakening of the Empire. Rome’s gigantic size was too difficult to be governed which was one of the root causes that led to the collapse of the Roman Empire. The Roman Empire was too extensive for Rome to reign over, it kept on expanding and the Empire continued to conquer various places. Due to the expansion, it was hard for the rulers and government officials to communicate and protect the Empire. Therefore Romans ruled over more land than they could manage.
When the Romans left due to Barbarian attacks, England was left in turmoil of political and military instability. The locals were highly determined and they found a kingdom of their own. They did not wait for any other ruler to advantage of the power vacuum. This was the beginning of massive British Empire. The Britain was seen as a failure at that time.
How would the world react when one of the greatest empires in history fell? At the height of the Roman Empire, the empire was bigger than modern day India geographically, and its influence was felt throughout the world. By 180 CE, the empire surrounded the Mediterranean Sea and controlled most of Europe, as well as parts of North Africa and almost all of Persia. However, as numerous empires before them, the Romans collapsed and left the world in a problematic state. The greatest evidence of the lasting impacts of the fall of the Roman empire is the worldwide religious transformations and economic regression that it caused.
Julius Caesar did a lot of accomplishments that were not only political, but, literary and historical. One of Julius Caesar 's significant achievements was to keep the attack of Rome by the clans of Gaul, amid he Gallic Wars. This made him exceptionally rich, however it additionally made Rome wealthier as well. Be that as it may one of Caesar 's greatest achievements was something he did well before he was murdered. He picked youthful Octavius as his beneficiary.
Conflicts between religions, overpopulation, natural and economic catastrophe, unsteady government, and external pressure from powerful neighbors were the key factors for the decline of Roman Empire. Indeed, both Roman and Carolingian Empire shared the same causes for its subsidence. Roman Empire is considered as the earliest civilization in the Western world. Romans were able to set its identity that time when Greek and Persian Empire had already spread out its robust civilization around the
Introduction The United Kingdom (UK) had always been an economic power house of the Western world, having one of the largest empires in the 1800s, some of the strongest armies in the World Wars, including the largest and most powerful navy at one point. Although due to their large involvement in the two World Wars and the loss of its colonies the UK lost much of its economic power. The industrial production in the 1960s and 70s was at an all time low due to the trade unions taking control over many of the industrial sectors and causing them to be highly unproductive and become rendered globally uncompetitive. The inflation rate was rising at an alarming rate which furthered the weakening of the economy. In 1979 Margaret Thatcher became Britain's first female Prime Minister,
This was a very selfish way of thinking, and it was more than abundant during these times, because of this more problems arose than these countries could handle. Empires came and went, wars weren’t uncommon, and it was impossible for one nation to believe they were the most important without others being minorities. Although so much of the world was affected greatly by Nationalism, there are three regions that stand out in particular: Germany, Italy, and the Americas.
This system was developed to prevent the establishment of a monarchy. Although families with money and status were the most powerful, and said to be entitled to “the good life”, politics became a game for the rich as they took to offices with the intent of enforcing the patronage system, keeping the power of political office in the wealthiest families. Greed and extortion of power caused a breakdown in integrity as the poorer citizens were forced to get support from those with money in order to receive fair treatment. Those in office realized the monetary gain that could be obtained from politics when they began to prosper from the spoils of war. The regions with the most powerful armies gained land, money, and servants during the 500-year rise of Rome.
The Romans. The name itself has come to mean power, to mean ferocity, prosperity, and most importantly, incredible discipline. From the defeat of Carthage in 146 BC to the collapse of the Roman Empire, Rome managed to conquer costal Northern Africa and almost all of Western Europe. Rome was seeded by a huddle of united tribes with a purpose, and in the end, the overwhelming size of the empire was a participating factor in its eventual downfall. However, throughout it’s glorious reign, the Romans managed to control a society of some 50 million while building the most advanced civilisation of the ancient world.
At first, Rome’s economy was primarily built on and based upon agriculture, urbanization and slave labour but as the Romans grew more and more powerful some of their citizens took it as an opportunity for personal wealth and they opened a massive gap between themselves and the working class. As a result of this greed the rich no longer felt obligated to fiscally support small farmers and now opted to buy huge