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    NATO and European Union A BRIEF HISTORY OF EUROPEAN INTEGRATION Until it crystallized into a political concept and became the long-term goal of the Member States of the European Community, the European idea was unknown to all but philosophers and visionaries. The notion of a United States of Europe was part of a humanistic-pacifistic dream which was shattered by the conflicts which brought so much destruction to the European continent in the first half of this century. The vision of a new

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    The Effects on Hungary as a New Member Nation in the European Union Team 5 Paul Davis Gulizar Halis Kristin Hanlon Alyson Heller Overview/History of Hungary and the European Union The nation of Hungary is a country that has come a long way in a short period of time. In the years since the fall of communism in 1989 in this country, Hungary has managed to establish an extremely prosperous economy and population. Because of this, Hungary has developed into one of Eastern Europe¡¯s most

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    and establish thoughts, apart from formal, intense inquiry into my core and elective subjects. I’ve centered my toil on the work of the History Club this year, and other clubs such as EET, English Creative Writing Workshops and so forth. This account traces with details the former one to which self-studies are linked. Passion led me to the presidency of the History Club. Throughout the width and breath of the year, the vision of making possible a cordial society of historical study within the school

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    The Early Modern period in European history was a time of great upheaval, one that lead to shifting and changing views and policies in many fields; among these many historically important changes was the very beginning of the women’s rights movement. Although full-scale change in equality for women was (and some might say still is) quite distant from this time period, the embryo that will eventually grow into feminism and gender equality can be seen during this time period through the primary source

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    Kincaid connects the history of European colonialism in Antigua to the present day by describing the Antigua she knows in comparison to the Antigua *we* see. Kincaid starts off the memoir, non-fiction, or even satirical piece by describing what “you” see, where “you” is white, middle class tourist from America or Europe, who is ignorant to the history of Antigua. The tourist views Antigua as a beautiful island with amazing beaches and great food. Of course the tourist sees charm in the unpaved roads

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    ARYANS ‘Aryan’ is a linguistic term for ‘Indo-European’ (Robert & Westad 2014a). The Aryans brought to India no culture so advanced as that of Harappans (Robert & Westad 2014a). When the Aryans appear writing disappeared and does not come back until the middle of the first millennium BCE. Cities were reinvented by the Aryans, which lack the elaboration and order of the gridded pattern of Harappans (Robert & Westad 2014a). When the Aryans migrated into the Indus Valley they brought with them a culture

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    called ‘The European Union: Economics, Policy and History’ by Susan Senior Nello. This book takes into account the different disciplines of economics, policy-making and therefore including a great deal of politics, and the history of the institution of the European Union as we know it today. The broad multi-disciplinary perspective makes this a comprehensive book that combines different aspects together making this particularly useful in the current debate about the future of the European Union. The

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    Before photography impacted the European world, many people thought that use of a bulky camera was trivial. Not until later in the 19th century did people give the idea of photography a chance. Photography was a significant innovation in European History because it allowed individuals to see the disarray that occurred in the world, gave light to the growing improvement of technology, and assisted photographers in capturing priceless scenes. Prior to the use of photography, paintings, drawings, and

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    Women in European History

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    Women and Communal Strikes in the Crisis of 1917 - 1922 An interesting fact concerning the protests by working class in the period during and succeeding WWI was not initial demands for revolutionary change or worker’s rights, but instead forcing government to provide basic life necessities of food and shelter during times of rationing. Though there were differences in geography and outcomes, the goal was the same in demanding survival over social and economic change. The politicization of these

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    Physicians explored the idea of transplantation as early as the European Renaissance (1300s-1600s). During that era, they found that they could take tissues from one part of a person’s body and graft them- surgically attach them- to a damaged site. There were some cases where transplants between two people did not work. Doctors and scientists continued experiments with animals, making important medical advances as they went along. About the year 1900, doctors discovered that there were three major

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