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  • stacee leskie Communism 19th Century Europe
    How did communism effect 19th century Europe? In what events did communism play a large role at that time?
    29 November 2012Comment
  • elvis mubaiwa Nigeria's independence
    Why did Nigeria became independent as a federation rather than a unitary state?
    03 May 2012Comment
    • williams sodic In Nigeria, the course toward independence was firmly set by a new constitution which could not be solved by setting up a unitary state covering the whole of Nigeria.
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    • elvis mubaiwa Besides regionalism and ethnic differences. What other factors led to Nigeria becoming independent as a federation?
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  • okediji ajiga Apartheid in South Africa
    I need some facts on aparthy regime of south africa
    19 May 2011Comment
    • andy chuks Apartheid was a system of legal racial segregation enforced by the National Party government of South Africa between 1948 and 1994, under which the rights of the majority 'non-white' inhabitants of South Africa were curtailed and minority rule by white people was maintained. Apartheid was officially introduced after the general election of 1948. The... Read All
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  • benjamin williams education
    discuss asbhys commision on education in africa and explain its aim and recommendation
    24 February 2011Comment
  • JP Williams World Largest recorded Volcanic Eruption
    Many think its Mt. Vesuvius' monster eruption, which buried Pompeii and other nearby towns in feet of ash, but it isn't It was the explosion of Mount Tambora in Indonesia in 1815. The volcano, which is still active, is located on Sumbawa Island and is one of the tallest peaks in the Indonesian archipelago. Tambora's volcanic activity reached a... Read All
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  • andy chuks Idi Amin - Life History
    I INTRODUCTION Idi Amin (1925-2003), president of Uganda (1971-1979), also known as Idi Amin Dada, whose brutality and disregard for the rule of law led to hundreds of thousands of deaths and plunged the country into chaos and poverty. II EARLY LIFE AND MILITARY CAREER Idi Amin was born in Buganda to parents who came from northwestern... Read All
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    • andy chuks u're welcome
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    • okediji ajiga This is the 1st chance 've had to read the history of idi amin. Qudos to you. U ARE WELL DONE!
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  • JP Williams The Blitz
    The Blitz was the non-stop bombing done on the United Kingdom by Nazi Germany. It occurred between 7th September 1940 and 16th May 1941. The bombing was done through Luftwaffe and it struck a number of cities and towns all across the United Kingdom, thought it main attack was concentrated on London. The Blitz bombing resulted in the death of forty... Read All
    13 September 2010Comment
    • elvis mubaiwa Blitz was the germany military doctrine which was a development that occurred durin the interwar period. The major components were, luftwafe, reconnaisance unit, infantry, panzer division and the infantry. It was based on mobility and surprise. Blitz was successful against france bcoz of her poor military doctrine, maginot line or coverture, failed... Read All
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  • moses makavelli chidi orubuogwu Hitler
    How did hitler Terrorize the world and how did his Army fall?
    06 September 2010Comment
    • andy chuks Adolf Hitler (1889-1945), German political and military leader and one of the 20th century's most powerful dictators. Hitler converted Germany into a fully militarized society and launched World War II in 1939 (see Federal Republic of Germany). He made anti-Semitism a keystone of his propaganda and policies and built the Nazi Party (see National Socialism)... Read All
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  • sunday john Political Integration in Africa: Mali Federation
    the journal of modern african studies oct 1970, published by cambridge university
    05 September 2010Comment
    • andy chuks Among the forces shaping African nations today there is the simultaneous existence of three distinct types of social and political community - traditional society, - colonial or colonially-derived structures, and - incipient Pan-African organization expressed in regional groupings. These ideas of community reciprocally influence each other, both... Read All
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  • fatima bashir slave trade
    effect of slave trade on people of african
    31 August 2010Comment  View All 3 Answers
    • williams sodic Yes I think Slave trade apart from causing loss of manpower and it has helped distorted the culture and norms of Africans.
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    • hamyd awwal however apart from the rigorous effect of slave trade and slavery in west Africa, it also brought about some positive effect on old empires of those days for example the old oyo empire flourished during the era of slavery and slave trade this was due to the fact they were able to subjugate or conquer smaller neighbouring state and with this, they acquired... Read All
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  • andy chuks History of Communism
    Communism, a theory and system of social and political organization that was a major force in world politics for much of the 20th century. As a political movement, communism sought to overthrow capitalism through a workersâ revolution and establish a system in which property is owned by the community as a whole rather than... Read All
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    • andy chuks -- THE IDEAS OF MARX AND ENGELS -- It was the ideas of Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels that laid the conceptual foundation for the communist revolutions and regimes of the 20th century. Marx and Engels were German-born intellectuals who worked in various cities in Europe as teachers, journalists, and political activists. In 1847 Marx and Engels joined... Read All
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    • stacee leskie Andy, you rock.
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  • okechukwu kingsley TERM PAPER
    THE EFFECT OF GOVERNMENT TAKEOVER OF SCHOOLS FROM INITIAL CHURCH OWNERS
    28 July 2010Comment  View All 3 Answers
    • andy chuks Hi, Kingsley I hope you are ok with the info I gave. Let me know please.
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    • opeyemi ajala the information u gave are very correct,infact I must say that uve really tried
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