The Christianity and Islam

Albert Einstein quotes "True religion is real living; living with all one's soul, with all one's goodness and righteousness”, which is indeed very true but the fact is that there are more than one religions that exist and the controversies on these faiths make the debate even more interesting over this topic. There might be numerous religions but the most believed followed and spreading faiths are Christianity and Islam. They do have similarities that they share and it is said by most of the scholars that the differences between these two religions should not be over emphasized because the ori ...

The American’s History

In both the World War II and the great depression period women and the African American were disregarded but somehow these occasions led to the creation of opportunities for both women and the African natives. The economic condition for these periods gradually went down and their presence of unemployment, poor food productions, thus low agriculture production. All these were caused by other factors. In order to boost the economy, the American state had to come up with a plan which is bring more people to offer labor .some of these included women and the African native. But, these two faced so ...

The American Colonies

When the American colonies declared their independence from Great Britain, it was necessary for the American colonists to bear arms and defend their independence, their freedom, through force. After a lengthy war, Americans gained their independence, but they were immediately faced with an even greater challenge: consolidating an independence nation with an identity of its own. Reconciling individuality became the chief concern for the newly formed nation. All Americans needed to ascertain their own identity, and for the most part, they pursued it through self-reliance. Each individual has ca ...

History of Insulin

The human body relies on various organs to ensure effective functionality; these organs can be categorized in terms of how they are related to each other. These categories will make up the systems necessary for the normal human body functions. The endocrine system is a group of glands secreting hormones that control body functions such as growth and metabolism. Examples of glands associated with the endocrine system are parathyroid gland, thyroid gland, pituitary gland, adrenal glands, testes, ovaries, and pancreas. Ovaries and testes are the organs, which secrete hormones associated with re ...

The Industrial Revolution

Slavery in Britain was abolished in 1807. “The civil rights movement of the 1960's have left many people with the belief that the slave trade was exclusively a European and United States phenomenon and only white people were to blame for it.” ( Williams, 2007) But, as a matter of fact, slave trade flourished in the early middle ages, as early as 9th century, especially between Muslim traders and western African kingdoms. Kings of the tribes were often selling their own people to the Spaniards, Italians and others. In the middle ages, all European countries outlawed slavery, but African kingdom ...

The Treaty of Versailles

Introduction The Treaty of Versailles which was signed at the palace of Versailles in the hall of Mirrors in France marked the end of World War I, which was between the German and the related nations. The leaders who spear headed the signing of the treaty were; British Prime Minister Lloyd George, United State president Woodrow Wilson, and France Prime Minister George Clemenceau. The Treaty demanded that the German officials to remain a countable for the destruction caused by the war, and they were to compensate the affected territories. (John 1968) The treaty was a document of hate, even tho ...

Western Civilization

In general sense, the Enlightenment can be said to have exerted tremendous impact on the modern thought. The core ideas of the Enlightenment were rationality, tolerance, and freedom, and those ideas were effectively elaborated in order to reform the political and social institutions of that time. As a matter of fact, the Enlightenment actually succeeded in establishing the grounds for the formation of the modern thought as such, particularly in regard to such areas as government, religion, economics, education, crime and punishment, and social equality. As far as government is concerned, the ...

The History of the Personal Computer

In this era of computer technology, computers have a special place in human’s life. Someone is using computers for games, someone for training; some just loves to surf through Internet. But all these computers have a common structure and principles of operation, and accordingly, the history of development. The evolutionary process that led to creation of modern computers also remains extremely fast and dynamic. Scientists have deduced that the speed of processors doubles every 18 months! When you create a machine known as the “personal computer” you have to use a large number of discoveries ...

The Egyptian Empire

The Egyptian empire started as a simple unified kingdom in the year 3150BC by King Menes. This was the beginning of the rise of the Egyptian empire which was followed by a series of dynasties. The reign of King Menes was succeeded by Semitic Hykos (Andrea and Overfield 55). The New Kingdom began with the 18th dynasty facilitating the rise of Egypt to an international power. This empire expanded to cover the southern parts of Tombos. In the eastern side, the empire covers Levant. During this period, the most considerable pharaohs amongst Thutsome III, Hatshepsut and Nefertiti. The first most at ...

The Black Slavery in America

Black slavery in America began in 1619, when the first African slaves were brought to Jamestown, Virginia to work on plantations of tobacco. It was widely spread through English colonies in the 17th and 18th centuries and existed more than 200 years. African slaves were the main labor force that helped to build the economy of the American nation. Initially, New England had the fewest amount of black slaves, because the residents, who were primarily Puritans, preferred to work on land themselves. Later, however, Puritans were dominating in the slave trade. The British colonies legalized black ...