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War is never a happy thing. It brings tears and fear. It ruins cities and people’s lives. Sometimes it brings even mystery. One of the strangest stories comes from the bloody battles of the First World War when a whole battalion vanished in nowhere.
The Roman Empire is probably the most significant and influential state formation of the Ancient history, being the largest and the mightiest state in Europe and having made an inestimable contribution to the development of civilization as well as culture and science of Ancient Greece.
In this work, the author tries to analyze the major goals and objectives pursued by the Emperor of France Napoleon Bonaparte during his military campaign in Russia.
Jews and Islamic cultural and religious traditions were the closest during the “Golden Age” – a period since early 8th century when Arabic conquest of the Iberian Peninsula took place. Until this time Jews of Spain have suffered persecutions from Roman Empire where they were considered to be not an independent ethnos, but a religious group firstly, because Jews were strange to heathenism, then to Christianity within the Roman Empire and later, under the Visigoth monarchy.
The decline of the World War II was marked by the use of the terrible and deadly weapon that had changed the whole trajectory of the global political and social development. Nuclear weapon bringing death and devastation was applied to Japanese cities of Hiroshima and Nagasaki in August 1945 killing hundreds of thousands of innocent people and making Japan finally surrender (Hamner).
The Abbasid caliphate (or the Bagdad caliphate) is a feudalistic theocratic state which existed from 750 to 1258 with the ruling dynasty of Abbasids. The state included the territory of modern Arabic countries...
As the First World War began, America chose to safeguard neutrality, and there were reasons for such policy. First of all, according to the Monroe Doctrine, United States were to be in charge of the Western Hemisphere only in its foreign policy.