Germany’s loss in WW1 was an outcome of several factors combined, varying from the alliances to the naval to the economical to the moral influences. However, these reasons were interconnected. The major cause of the German defeat was the launching of the U-boat campaign, which led to the entry of USA into WW1. Moreover, this increased the British morale & decreased the German morale. In addition, the war’s circumstances led to the decline of the German economy.
had big cultural influences that had an impact on art, technology and trade. They influenced every population they encountered across scandinavia and Europe and also the towns they founded in Iceland and Greenland. The Vikings religion which was centered on the Norse god Odin would make an impact on Russia and England and brought about the end to Celtic Christianity in England. The Vikings were also ahead of their time in Marine technology which enabled them to build extensive trade routes that eventually covered., all of modern Europe, Russia and the Middle
Giovanni “John” Caboto Giovanni “John” Cabot was a successful, and adventurous Italian explorer/navigator, who is known for making big discoveries. He is known for discovering and claiming land in Canada, and somewhere in North America off the coast of the Labrador Peninsula. John Cabot was raised in Bristol, England and was born into a wealthy family. His family would buy spices and sell them, (at the time spices were really expensive and rare to find). In addition, just like Christopher Columbus he was search for Asia (but actually founded North America), and was also in search for the Northwest Passage.
Telegraphs.” These were many of the positive forms of trade and money-making that Europeans brought to India. In some places, the natives were still allowed to be in the trading business and export products as well as plant new crops. This would help them make more money through those new resources that they made because of the British. The railroads would make
The Vikings in Ireland: An archaeological presentation with special focus on the findings in Dublin. The Vikings are nominally stereotyped throughout their span of history as bloodthirsty invaders who raided and plundered foreign lands. Their reputation in Ireland is no exception to this generalisation as the Annals of Ulster paint a similar picture of violent and ruthless warriors. The Annals record that the first Viking contact with Ireland began with a raid in 795 at Rathlin Island which was at the time known as Rechru. Raids were a prominent feature of Viking contact and in Ireland most of the raiding was directed by Norwegians.
This restored the order and discipline throughout the country. Henry was given responsibility for this, which obviously increased his power and gave him international prestige. The Act of Union was also introduced by Cromwell in the year 1536 so that he could fully conquer and become a leader of Wales too. He also felt the need to rethink and reorganise the Council of the North. This primarily was to improve the discipline and restore the obedience of the Northern regions of England, however it also made the noblemen who had increased responsibility favoured Henry even more because of the benefits they now had.
The ruler of this empire was Genghis Khan, who along with his descendants expanded the Mongol Empire to include lands from Eastern Asia to Eastern Europe. This is due to the fact that the Mongols were merciless and highly successful in their mostly unstoppable invasions. During the period between 1206CE
The Mongol Empire lasted for more than a hundred years, and throughout their reign, they left lasting impressions on Europe and Asia. Their conquests left millions dead, yet they changed much in the regions which they conquered. Their rule enabled the unification of the Mongol tribes, cultural progression in the Middle East, and innovations in multiple fields in China. Throughout their reign, the Mongols left three clear principal legacies: innovation throughout their empire, increased cultural contact, and a lasting environmental benefit. Principal legacy is the lasting imprint a being or object makes on a large scale.
They gave a lot of words to the English language and they were the first to put a fairly big influence on English. A few English words that comes from the Anglo Saxons are: Get, leg, is. The first Vikings arrived in Britian in 793, well that was when they started to invade Britain at least. As the Anglo Saxons, the Vikings also stayed in Britain for a good while. The Vikings didn’t influence English as much as the Anglo Saxons, but they did give English around 900 words.
The Norman conquest impacted the English language in many ways. One way that it had an impact was that it created a better standard of use of inflections. Due to the power the French had in England at the time, the people struggled to accommodate the language along with other outside influences. The simplification of the use of inflections meant that the upper ruling class were able to do business in England more easily so it it was of great interest to them. Another effect was that the French, instead of creating new vocabulary, they simply introduced their own words into the language.