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  • Richest Provinces In Roman Empire
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    Vandals take control of Carthage, North Africa problematic as used to feed population of Rome test, could Aetius stop fragmentation or just slow it down, 441, East and West force ready to go, Huns change position and stops epeidtion. 440 apotheosis of Hunnic power Attila and Be lda centralisation and development now not just aiding Romans but launch invasions across the Danube. RESULTS: Vandals given richest provinces in Roman Empire, Aetius legislation shows signs of financi a crisis. Direct Hu...
  • Rising Power Of The German Empire
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    Allied PowersFance has not forgotten its humiliating defeat at the hands of Germany in 1871. France was waiting for the chance to reestablish its power on the continent. France was willing to ally itself with another longtime enemy, Britain, to its hand against Germany. Great Britain had traditionally followed a policy of neutrality, which served it well. Yet some Britains were now calling for a new alliances, to counter the rising power of the German Empire. Britain depended on industrial stren...
  • African Empires Of Mali
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    There were many empires and kingdoms in West Africa. The empires of Ghana, Mali, and Songhai were three of them. These empires set the way for new ones to come. The way these people lived is very unique. The most important thing that all of these people did was trading. This was how all of the prospered so well. The West African empires of Mali, Ghana, and Sonhai were very important cultures to all people of Africa. The Empire of Ghana rose when Africans started to use the Camel to cross the Sah...
  • Empires Of Ghana And Mali
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    The Fall of the West African Empires Between 300 and 1600 AD three west African empires Ghana, Mali, and Sanghai came into power. The wealth of these empires came from the trading of gold and salt. These empires controlled at least at least two thirds of the world gold trade and taxed the traders heavily. Despite the splendor and wealth of these empires each one eventually lost power. The first empire to rise to power was Ghana. At the time, the main gold and salt trade routes passed through Gha...
  • New Territory To The Mughal Empire
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    The greatest flourishing of northern Indian culture, art, and imperial strength undoubtedly took place during the reign of the Mughal monarchs of the 16th and 17th centuries. The Mughals were Central Asian descendents of the great Mongol warriors Gengis Khan and Timur. The Mughals seized power and held on to it by using various methods. The system of government used by the Mughals was also efficient in helping the Mughals to hold on to their power. But the Mughals didn t flourish too long, after...
  • Ghana Empire
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    Cleopatra was 17 or 18 when she became the queen of Egypt. She was far from beautiful, despite her glamorous image today. She is depicted on ancient coins with a long hooked nose and masculine features. Yet she was clearly a very seductive woman. She had an enchantingly musical voice and exuded charisma. She was also highly intelligent. She spoke nine languages (she was the first Ptolemy pharaoh who could actually speak Egyptian!) and proved to be a shrewd politician. In compliance with Egyptian...
  • Ottoman Empire And Japan
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    During the early twentieth century, the world was predominantly controlled by seven super powers: Britain, France, Germany, Austria, Russia, the Ottoman Empire, and Japan. Therefore, the global economy rested largely on the shoulders of these controlling empires. Britain's empire gave it status as the world's greatest power, as it covered around one quarter of the earth's surface, ranging from Canada to Africa. Britain had an extremely strong Navy and a stable economy. France was the second larg...
  • Ottoman Empire
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    With the Mughal Empire in the Indian Subcontinent (East), Safavid Empire in the center and the Ottoman Empire in the west; the world witnessed the glory, power and prosperity of the Muslim rule in the 16th century. THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE In 830-850, Turkish mercenaries from Central Asia found in service of Abbasid caliphs. They were exposed to Persian Islamic culture. The term "sultan" (Arabic abstract noun meaning "sovereign authority") begins to be used to designate rulers. In 1055, Seljuk sultans...

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