The main internal reasons for the decline were economic problems and political issues.The economic problems started when Inflation began causing people to go back to bartering as I was told by my fellow classmate’s website. These economic problems let urban life decline and for trade to be lost. My classmate’s website on the Roman Empire also informed me that there were political issues when Julius Caesar was assassinated which led to a 13-year civil war. The political problems which were mostly caused by power not being in one place for too long, and the economic problems were caused by inflation which made Rome poor, eventually led to the fall of the Roman
The battle of Waterloo has been described by some as "the birth of modern Europe" (Wooten). It lead to the downfall of Napoleon, "the mind that had tested the major powers of Europe" (Wooten) and his French revolutionary army a standoff. One which cost the lives of thousands of British, Prussian and French soldiers. Although the Waterloo Campaign and the battle played out over a couple of days, remembered as one of the greatest battles of the 19th century in Europe. The events before the Waterloo campaign are intriguing as they display how charismatic and persuasive leader Napoleon was.
He imbibed racist ideas during his stay in Vienna, which he later fled to avoid service in the army (Encyclopaedia Judaica, 2007). After World War 1, Germany was forced to pay reparations to France and Great Britain. People in Germany were upset and angry over this, Hitler took advantage of this and gave them a target to focus their anger and resentment on: the Jewish population. The quote is from the Encyclopeadia judaica, “In June 1934 he had his predecessors as chancellor along with numerous others murdered as a sign of his total control.” This supports the thesis by showing that he had the ambition to do what it takes to gain more power. He wasn’t afraid to kill them, for him it was another step he had to take in order to further control Germany.
It was a stage on the revolution were the guillotine was used to kill thousands of people in France, that were considered enemies of the regime. The fourth and final stage was the Moderation. The government was very weak and very bad, so people was getting the feeling that French revolution didn’t bring peace, food, goods, schools etc. It was also called the age of Napoleon (from 1799-1815) because it was at this moment a man named Napoleon Bonaparte overthrown the government, in a coup known as the 18 Brumaire. He was very important for France, doing a lot of things to grant education for
Anyone who was against the Revolution was put to death. The guillotine (a machine to make killing more humane) killed people by chopping off their heads, one man by the name of Maximilien put many people in the guillotine. Even the Queen and King got their heads off. The French only sought Liberty Equality and Fraternity for their people. After all bad, there is good, the moderates came to finish the Revolution.
He and his wife, Marie Antoinette, were heavy contributors to the nation's debt. During the Revolution. Louis XVI attempted to flee, afterwards the people tried him for treason and executed him.Then, the Directory was established during the years 1795 to 1799 the conservatives created this tactic as a result of the Reign of Terror and consisted of a five member committee. Until Napoleon Bonaparte, a very successful military general, took control of France, and
The French Revolution ended when Napoleon Bonaparte, a military genius, stepped in and dismantled the Directory, which promoted middle class interests, and helped with financial crisis and food shortages. Napoleon crowned himself emperor of France, and made a new social order called the Napoleonic Code. Although there may be many reasons he reversed the spirit of the French Revolution, he modernized and changed the political and social construct immensely, for the good of France. The main trait that Napoleon is known for is his genius military mind. He studied at a military school and was an officer by the age of 16.
Marcus Junius Brutus was a man that could not stay loyal to anyone, especially Julius Caesar. Marcus Junius Brutus had a very sharp demise towards Julius Caesar, Brutus had been sucked into the plot by Cassius and had been an active assassin against Julius. They stabbed him 23 times, and had tried to contradict it, with telling people that he was going to ruin rome, but in the end they had ruined Rome themselves with killing Julius as doing this they started a civil war as a result of Julius´s death. Marcus Junius Brutus was apart of the assassination of Julius Caesar, who had been sucked in by Gaius Cassius Longinus, a man that wanted nothing less than for Julius Caesar to be dead. Julius Caesar had originally declared himself dictator just for ten years, but two years after he was in his term he had changed his term to life.
Both had multiple casualties from malnutrition and disease and had to endure the same hardships. The difference is that the United States did this action out of greed for the Native Americans land that they own east of the Mississippi River. Ethan Davis rights in his article “An Administrative Trail of Tears: Indian Removal,” that Congressional Democrats told society that the Removal Act was "a measure of life and death. Pass the bill on your table, and you save [the Indians]. Reject it, and you leave them to perish"(11).
In the early 1900’s the Russian people had become angry at the way the Russian monarchy (Tsar Nicholas II) had handled foreign affairs and how he was treating his people unfairly. They had many protests, one in 1905 and two in 1917. The revolution in 1905 overthrow the absolute monarchy and put in a provisional government. No one really listened to the provisional government, so they overthrew it again in 1917. These revolutions and acts of disobedience led to many unnecessary deaths of innocent people.