The first historian is considered to be Herodotus. Herodotus was the ancient Greek Some people call him "the father of history." Other people calle him "the father of lie
Long term causes are those that happened quite a long time before the main event you are focusing on actually happened whereas short term causes are those which happened… only a relatively short time before it. Events such as the First World War were the result of various causes working together - not just one particular incident. So you can say that the assassination of Archduke Francis Ferdinand was the immediate cause of the war, but that causes such as the build up of rivalry between Germany and France was a long term cause because it dates back to France's defeat by the Germans in 1871. A short term cause would be something such as the Balkan Wars of 1912/13 - together with the other events of the 10 years before war broke out.. Does that help? You might find it helpful to look at Mr Clare's excellent page on the Causes of World War One http://www.johndclare.net//causes_WWI2.htm and this link from that page: http://www.johndclare.net//causes_WWI2_IDG...g-term_egs.html .... click on the 'Show Hints' button on that page. This essay writing frame should help you too: http://www.johndclare.net//causes_WWI2_essay.shtml Note that the FINAL paragraph there about the events in the last 10 years before war broke out are basically the 'short term causes' kk now bye!
He did an annotation of Antonio de Morga's Successos de las Islas Filipinas.
Most historians consider Alexander Hamilton to have been a successful Secretary of the Treasury because he?
estsblished a sound financial plan for the new ation
Why did most historians consider Alexander Hamilton to have been a successful Secretary of the Treasury?
est. a sound financial plan for the new nation
The British capture of Quebec was the turning point in the French Indian War. After a siege that had lasted for three months, the actual battle was over in fifteen minutes…. Within a period of four years after the battle, France had lost most of its North American holdings and Britain was the undisputed ruler of the continent.
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Perhaps because of the history of the Siberian Gulags.
Why do some historians consider the farming revolution to be the most important event in human history?
Because towns sprout up where thBecause towns sprout up where the food is plentiful. e food is plentiful.
German invasion of Poland, 1 September 1939.
Most historians consider Warren Harding to be a poor president because he made some very bad/poor choices while in office.
The battle of the Plain of Abraham followed by the seize of Québec.
If you mean the 5 C's, like you learn in school and such, it's Cotton Citrus Copper Climate Cattle
- they have two metamorphosis - they work as group - they are small in size - they rapidly adapt in every environment change - they are found almost in all habitat ( b…iomass )
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The Roman Army was very highly organized and very disciplined and they were very efficient as was their equipment!! Roman Generals believed that married soldiers did not fight… well - so they made being married before your service in the army illegal in Rome. A Catholic priest was caught marrying Roman soldiers and his head was cut of - his name was Father Valentine - and this is why we celebrate Valentine's Day - as the day of the lover!!! Father Valentine fell in love with his jailer's daughter, who was blind. His last words were a note to her saying "From your Valentine" and we still use these words today!!!! Also the Roman generals would line up soldiers if they were fighting poorly and they would kill every 10th soldier!!! This made the other 9 fight better the next day, for fear THEY might be the 10th soldier tomorrow. This was known as "an act of decimation" and this is where we get the word decimation - which actually means "to kill 1 of every 10"!!
Hard to say, the oldest considered town is Jericho and its 9000 years old, ancient Greece, ancient Mesopotamia, ancient India and ancient Egypt