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modern and history
This is the only case in modern history of a people of Britannic origin submitting without continued struggle to what they view as foreign domination.
Here we may observe that at least one modern philosophy of history is built on the assumption that ideas are the primary objectives of the historian's research.
Does it attempt to rewrite modern history by blaming American statesmen for wars, Communism, depression, and other troubles of the world??
But to say that at a moment in history something is new is not necessarily to say that it is modern ; ;
The traditions of jurisprudence, history, philology, and sociology then evolved into something more closely resembling the modern views of these disciplines and informed the development of the social sciences, of which anthropology was a part.
The modern history of Abensberg, which is often incorrectly compared with that of the 3rd century Roman castra ( military outpost ) of Abusina, begins with Gebhard, who was the first to mention Abensberg as a town, in the middle of the 12th century.
Franciszek Bujak ( 1875 – 1953 ) and Jan Rutkowski ( 1886 – 1949 ), the founders of modern economic history in Poland and of the journal Roczniki Dziejów Spolecznych i Gospodarczych ( 1931 – ), were attracted to the innovations of the Annales school.
After the Communists took control in the 1940s Polish scholars were safer working on the Middle Ages and the early modern era rather than contemporary history.
* 2007 – Virginia Tech massacre: The deadliest spree shooting in modern American history.
Ambushes have been used consistently throughout history, from ancient to modern warfare.
* Hansard, George Agar ( 1841 ) The Book of Archery: being the complete history and practice of the art, ancient and modern ... London: H. G. Bohn
With ancient and modern history he rendered himself well acquainted and he also began to acquire some of the continental languages.
These include Hindu astrology ( also known as " Indian astrology " and in modern times referred to as " Vedic astrology ") and Chinese astrology, both of which have influenced the world's cultural history.
* 1876 – The April Uprising, a key point in modern Bulgarian history, leading to the Russo-Turkish War and the liberation of Bulgaria from domination as an independent part of the Ottoman Empire.
For much of artillery's history during the Middle Ages and the Early modern period, artillery pieces on land were moved with the assistance of horse teams.
Throughout history into modern times, agar has been chiefly used as an ingredient in desserts throughout Asia and also as a solid substrate to contain culture medium for microbiological work.
The strategic importance of the Bosphorus remains high, and control over it has been an objective of a number of hostilities in modern history, notably the Russo – Turkish War, 1877 – 1878, as well as of the attack of the Allied Powers on the Dardanelles during the 1915 Battle of Gallipoli in the course of World War I.
No modern species should be described as more " primitive " than others, strictly speaking, since each has an equally long evolutionary history — but the brains of modern hagfishes, lampreys, sharks, amphibians, reptiles, and mammals show a gradient of size and complexity that roughly follows the evolutionary sequence.
* Istanbul details the history of the city from 1453 on, and describes the modern city.
Bede's scriptural commentaries employed the allegorical method of interpretation and his history includes accounts of miracles, which to modern historians has seemed at odds with his critical approach to the materials in his history.
The Historia Ecclesiastica has given Bede a high reputation, but his concerns were different from those of a modern writer of history.
By resigning Laws became the shortest serving Minister in modern British political history with less than 18 days service as a Cabinet Minister.
* Bahru Zewde ( 1991 ) A history of modern Ethiopia, 1855-1974, Eastern African studies series, London: Currey, ISBN 0-85255-066-9

modern and leaders
At this period the thirty-year old Helion was ranked `` as one of the mature leaders of the modern movement '', according to Herbert Read, `` and in the direct line of descent from Cezanne, Seurat, Gris and Leger ''.
Pakistan was created in 1947 expressly as a Muslim state, but when the army took over eleven years later it did so on a wave of mass impatience which was directed in part against the inability of political and religious leaders to think their way through to the meaning of Islam for the modern political situation.
Among the Turkmen leaders the Ottomans emerged as great power under Osman and his son Orhan I. Smyrna was conquered in 1330 AD, and the last Byzantine possession, Philadélphia ( modern Alaşehir ), fell in 1390 AD.
Because of the negative associations, modern leaders very rarely ( if ever ) use the term in their formal titles.
While the Rising and its leaders continued to be venerated by Irish republicans — including members and supporters of the Provisional IRA and the modern Sinn Féin — with murals in republican areas of Belfast and other towns celebrating the actions of Pearse and his comrades, and a number of parades held annually in remembrance of the Rising, the Irish government discontinued its annual parade in Dublin in the early 1970s, and in 1976 it took the unprecedented step of proscribing ( under the Offences against the State Act ) a 1916 commemoration ceremony at the GPO organised by Sinn Féin and the Republican commemoration Committee.
Gnosticism ( from gnostikos, " learned ", from gnōsis, knowledge ) is a modern scholarly term for a set of religious beliefs and spiritual practices found among some early Christian and non-Christian groups called " gnostic " (" knowing ") by Irenaeus and other early Christian leaders.
Certain scholars and political leaders feel that these modern developments endanger nation states by taking power away from state governments and ceding it to international bodies such as the U. N. and the World Bank, argue that international law has evolved to a point where it exists separately from the mere consent of states, and discern a legislative and judicial process to international law that parallels such processes within domestic law.
During the Meiji period ( 1868 – 1912 ), leaders inaugurated a new Western-based education system for all young people, sent thousands of students to the United States and Europe, and hired more than 3, 000 Westerners to teach modern science, mathematics, technology, and foreign languages in Japan ( Oyatoi gaikokujin ).
* 1797 – In the first ever peaceful transfer of power between elected leaders in modern times, John Adams is sworn in as President of the United States, succeeding George Washington.
Indeed, many top political leaders in Singapore come from peasant backgrounds, while modern peasants boast about their great ancestry.
Machiavelli's ideas had a profound impact on political leaders throughout the modern west, helped by the new technology of the printing press.
Published in 1975, Animal Liberation has been cited as a formative influence on leaders of the modern animal liberation movement.
Along with Simon Peter and James the Just he was one of the most prominent early Christian leaders .< ref >" The Canon Debate ," McDonald & Sanders editors, 2002, chapter 32, page 577, by James D. G. Dunn: " James, the brother of Jesus, and Paul, the two other most prominent leading figures Peter < nowiki ></ nowiki > in first-century Christianity "</ ref > Fourteen epistles in the New Testament are traditionally attributed to Paul, although his authorship of seven of the fourteen is questioned by modern scholars.
In modern times some traditional Indian religious leaders have since moved to embrace Jesus as an Avatar, or incarnation, of God.
Sir William Wallace ( Medieval Gaelic: Uilliam Uallas ; modern Scottish Gaelic: Uilleam Uallas ; Norman French: William le Waleys ; ; died 23 August 1305 ) was a Scottish knight and landowner who became one of the main leaders during the Wars of Scottish Independence.
Many important historic buildings were rebuilt, including the Semper Opera House, the Zwinger Palace and a great many other historic buildings, although the city leaders chose to reconstruct large areas of the city in a " socialist modern " style, partly for economic reasons, but also to break away from the city's past as the royal capital of Saxony and a stronghold of the German bourgeoisie.
Strategy games — both traditional and modern — may be viewed as simulations of abstracted decision-making for the purpose of training military and political leaders ( see History of Go for an example of such a tradition, or Kriegsspiel for a more recent example ).
In modern practice, the Speaker is chosen by the majority party from among its senior leaders, either when a vacancy in the office arrives, or when the majority party changes.
The modern course is " enormously rigorous " and produces " leaders with the flexibility of mind to solve complex operational and strategic problems in peace, conflict, and war ".
In modern times the practice continues, as in the case of a bride and groom kissing at the conclusion of a wedding ceremony or national leaders kissing each other in greeting, and in many other situations.
The family's perhaps most prominent lineage comes from Norway, where at least three of his ancestors have been that country's leaders in a position comparable with a modern prime minister: in 16th century, his ancestor Nils Henriksson av Østråt ( Gyldenløve ) served as Lord High Steward of Norway and another ancestor, Vincents Vincentson Lunge, as Viceroy of the kingdom of Norway ; and then in 17th century, yet another ancestor, Jens Ovesonn Bjelke served as Lord High Chancellor of Norway, and was himself descended from king Haakon V of Norway ( the king and his forefathers thus also being Bildt's ancestors ) through his daughter Agnes Hakonardottir, Dame of Borgarsyssel.
Marr condemned ' the beer drinking leaders, the gay " Heil " shouters of modern anti-Semitism ' and crude prejudice against Jewish writers and thinkers.
The word satrap is also often used in modern literature to refer to world leaders or governors who heavily influence the larger world superpowers or hegemonies and act.
According to the propaganda model theory, the leaders of modern, government-dominated societies employ indoctrination as a means of social control.
Since the modern manufacturing process is unknown to them, members, leaders, and prophets of the cults maintain that the manufactured goods of the non-native culture have been created by spiritual means, such as through their deities and ancestors, and are intended for the local indigenous people, but that the foreigners have unfairly gained control of these objects through malice or mistake.

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