History Model Papers

World War I Case Study

Introduction The history of World War 1(WWI) has posed significant misunderstanding. Experts believe that WWI could not have erupted if every nation involved had maintained neutrality. The concept of WWI can best be interpreted and understood by tracing its origin and its inevitability in 1914, the maintenance of neutrality by...

“History of the Emirates: Belief” Documentary

The film History of the Emirates: Belief is about various religions and beliefs that have been professed throughout the history of Emirates. It starts with discussing the ancient pagan beliefs in the Stone Age. Afterwards, the narrative refers to the establishment of newer approaches to faith, rituals, and burials. The...

The Use of Agent Orange and Its Effects on the Vietnamese

Introduction A chemical weapon used during the Vietnam War created a long-lasting and detrimental impact on the Vietnamese people’s lives until this day, far beyond any scientist could have predicted. The Vietnam War started on November 1, 1955 and ended with Saigon’s fall on April 30, 1975. However, did the...

Colonial Gaze through the Ages: A. G. Ruffo and D. C. Scott

In retrospective, colonialism is not as far removed in time from the present day as the general public is accustomed to think it is. The best demonstration of this fact is that its influence can be traced back through recent culture since the literary traditions have always been the preservatives...

Albert Einstein’s Letters to Franklin D Roosevelt

Einstein was a German physicist, who sought asylum in the United States in 1932. Between 1939 and 1945, he wrote four letters to President Roosevelt informing him of the discovery that uranium element would be turned into a new and crucial source of energy in the near future (Lanouette &...

Art and Architecture in Ancient Greece

The Importance of Pericles to the Athens City Pericles, a statesman in Athens, was born in 495 BCE in an aristocratic family and died in 495 BCE. Pericles was a literature and philosophy patron during his early age and continued to promote them as an adult (Futtner). Moreover, he had...

The Influence of China on the Development of Japan

Today, Japan is considered the country that has developed its distinctive culture, language, and society. However, behind the political, religious, and cultural development of Japan, there is the powerful influence of China. Chinese writing, poetry, bureaucracy, teachings, beliefs, and other useful things were appropriated by the Japanese (Welter & Newmark,...

“The Tomb of Meketre” 2000 B.C

Meketre was a chancellor and high steward in the reign of Mentuhotep II, Mentuhotep III, and probably Amenemhat I too, during the Middle Kingdom in Egypt. Inside the tomb, there were many artifacts ranging from her coffin to miniature sculptures of palace workers and simple tools used during the Middle...

Discussing of Regional Imperialism in China

Introduction Regional imperialism is described as the state practices of extending or gaining economic and political power over other states. Economic imperialism is when a particular state or country possesses more financial control over the other states or countries. In the past and present, China has been at the spearhead...

Battle of Shiloh and a Confederate’s Experience

Based on my observations from the Battle of Shiloh‘s story, multiple forms of emotional experience are evident. Some of them include fear, bravery, naiveté, and cowardice. Fear alerts people to the threat of harm and the presence of danger. It is depicted in the story when the enemy started firing...