EGYPT | HISTORY, CULTURE & INNOVATIONS

Egypt

EGYPT | HISTORY, CULTURE & INNOVATIONS   HISTORY  The Ancient Egyptian civilization lasted for over 3000 years and became one of the most powerful and iconic civilizations in history. At its height, Ancient Egypt’s Empire stretched as far North as modern-day Syria and as far south as today’s Sudan but long before it was an Empire. Many civilizations in history had born and lived along rivers. Similarly, Ancient Egypt was a series of small independent city-states that were located along North Africa’s Nile River. The Nile is the longest river…

Rome | Culture, History, Places & Facts

Rome

Rome | Culture, History, Places & Facts History Of Rome    The story of the foundation of Rome not sure if it’s a myth or truth, however, as many names attached to the start of Roman history have vanished, these two have made their mark and are still mentioned in the books whatsoever. The legend tales of two twin brothers Romulus and Remus who were raised by a she-wolf. When they both grew up they killed their uncle and restore their grandfather to his throne. They then go one to…

Spanish Culture,History & Famous things

Spanish Culture

Spanish Culture, History & Famous Things   History of Spain The history of Spain goes back to the times Before Christ. The first tribes to populate the region was divided into two groups called Celts and Iberos. This was the Pre Roman era, then in 218 BC Romans arrived and conquered the peninsula under the leadership of Augustus. The Romans founded many cities in the area like Emerita Augusta, Italica, and Tarraco. They expanded their culture for almost 7 centuries. After Rome ended up collapsing, in the 5th century Visigoth…

History of China and Taiwan

History of China and Taiwan

History of China and Taiwan   History of China unveils that the imperial rule of the Qing Dynasty that continued from 1644 -1912 finally came to an end after the formation of a constitutional republic named the Republic of China. After its formations, the new republic faced many trials and tribulations. However, in 1928 the republic was unified under Kuomintang (KMT) – Chinese Nationalist party. Under KMT much of industrialization and modernization work began to start until the conflicts rose among KMT and newly formed Communist Party of China (Founded…

Iran Iraq war ( Causes and Impacts)

Iran Iraq war

Iran Iraq war   Background Iran Iraq war ( 1980-1988) was the longest 20th-century war triggered by ethical, religious, economic and territorial conflicts. Let us go deep into the details of what led to this war and what were the impacts of this terrible conflict. Back in 1978, before the Iranian revolution was introduced to the world, the relationship between the governments of Iran and Iraq was comparatively better. Iranian agents in Iraq discovered the plans of coup d’état against Iraq’s government and informed this plot to Saddam. Saddam when…

Hong Kong China  Relationship

Hong Kong China Relationship

Hong Kong China  Relationship   Background Britain and China fought a couple of wars over trade in the 1800’s and Britain eventually took over Hong Kong as a colony. At that time it was mainly empty rocky groups of islands in southern China. Under British rule, Hong Kong’s economy and the population exploded and even though Hong Kong’s population was mainly made up of immigrants from China, yet it became a very different society than Mainland China which was undergoing a communist revolution. At that time one of the treaties…

US War in Afghanistan

Afghan war

US war in Afghanistan   Invasion of the US in Afghanistan is the consequence of a long history where the big powers tackling the civil war within Afghanistan were completely negligent of what is coming for them in the future. Today 17 years after the invasion, Afghanistan’s condition is miserable and will it ever get back to stability is a long-held question. Let’s see where it all started from The retreat of the Soviet Union from Afghanistan The Soviet Union got defeated by the Mujahidin and Taliban in 1989 and…

Iranian Revolution | Causes and Impacts

Iranian revolution of 1979

Iranian Revolution of 1979   Background In the early 20th century, after the constitutional revolution in Iran, insecurity, and chaos led to the rise of General Reza Khan in a coup d’état in February 1921. In 1925 he was designated as a monarch by the national assembly and known as Reza Shah, founder of the Pahlavi dynasty.  Though there were widespread social, economic, and political reforms in his reign, however, a number of these reforms led to public discontent which provided the circumstances for the Iranian revolution. Reza Shah was known…

History of America & Colonization

History of America

History of America   Pre Columbus Around 35000 years ago, through the time of ice age, ice-covered the land. People traveled via watercraft along with the coats and through land bridges (that are now covered under Bering Strait but were clearly seen when glaciers covered the Earth) from north East Asia i.e. Serbia to a place that is now called Alaska and lived there for thousands of years. With the passage of time, exploring more of the land, people traveled to the south that is now called the United States…

American Civil war

American Civil war

American Civil War    Background of Civil War      In the mid-19th century, while the US was experiencing tremendous growth with expansion towards west, economical and industrial changes taking place. In the meantime, a fundamental economic difference existed between country northern and southern regions. Various sections of the country were divided by different economies and different ways of life. This gave rise to serious differences of opinion about the proper role of the nation and the states. After decades of growing tensions between northern and southern areas led to the…