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Who are the most important women of science?
Women remain underrepresented in science; despite this some women have made massive contributions to…
What is the most historically significant event that influenced the abolition of slavery?
Many separate historical event led to a gradual rejection of slavery in most parts of the world. Wh…
Why does Russia have such a large territory?
What led to the Russian Federation being the largest country in the world and what does this mean fo…
What effect did the Wars of the Three Kingdoms have on British society?
The Wars of the Three Kingdoms was a series of wars that ultimately led to the English Civil Wars an…
What led to the rise and fall of Saddam Hussein?
Saddam Hussein held power in Iraq from 1979 until 2003, known as a brutal dictator, he was eventuall…
What led to the collapse of communism?
At its height 27 countries claimed to be communist states, however, today only five countries remain…
What led to such long military government rule in Myanmar?
Myanmar has been under some form of military government since 1962. Why has the military had such a…
How did the international spread of Gunpowder change the course of history?
Gunpowder is an invention that had a large role to play in the military history of the world. Origi…
What are the most effective non-violent protests in history?
Nonviolent resistance is the process of achieving social change through non-violent action, and has …
What led to the end of apartheid?
Recently the African National Congress took their narrowest victory in a South African election sinc…