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  1. Canadian History. The NorthWest Rebellion of 1885

    They were often threatened by the Manitoban government if they refused to turn over their scrips to the land speculators, who have bought up almost all the scrips from their holders for far cheaper that the scrip was actually worth. The Metis were also upset because they had to wait for their assigned lots while white settlers newly arrived were allowed to settle anywhere. Furthermore, the government had still not given them the legal papers for their entitlement to the land they settled in.

    • Word count: 1423
  2. The rise and fall of the Inca Empire

    The first Incas settled in the Valley of Cusco and Manco Capac, which later developed into their capital, Cusco. http://www.ancient.eu/uploads/images/display-2515.jpg?v=1431031609 http://www.ancient.eu/uploads/images/display-2404.jpg?v=1431031336 http://www.ancient.eu/uploads/images/display-2320.jpg?v=1431031272 http://www.ancient.eu/uploads/images/display-2356.jpg?v=1431031308 The Incas developed extremely fast; speakers of their language Quechua became the noble class who dominated the important jobs within the Empire. Thupa Inka Yupanki (from 1471) expanded the empire by over 4000 kilometres (2500 miles). They called their empire Tawantinsuyo (?Land of the Four Quarters? / ?The Four Parts Together?); Cusco was regarded as the centre of the world, and ceques (sacred sighting lines) spread to each quarter - Chinchaysuyu (north), Antisuyu (east), Collasuyu (south), and Cuntisuyu (west).

    • Word count: 1912
  3. Stonehenge - description and theories.

    ?No can apprehend how those giant stones have been raised upward and why there were built where there are now . There are floods of speculations and Ideas , positive and negative , of how and why it came about but there are a few surprising , correct and accepted idea . Somehow these giant stones were carried to Salisbury Plains where there are now , since these stones were too heavy for timber roller one would guess they were carried on sledges on top of greased tracks wood , then pulled with a very strong and tough rope.

    • Word count: 1552

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  • William was successful at Hastings because of his leadership of the Normans.(TM) To what extent do you agree?

    "In conclusion, although William was a brilliant leader of the Normans his leadership was not the most important reason the Normans defeated the English at Hastings. It is true that he was a brilliant leader but I think that the most important reason was that the English were completely exhausted from the days of fighting and marching prior to the battle. This factor is the most important because the English were just not ready for another huge battle in the space of a few weeks. The Normans had been ready and rested for months so they had a huge advantage over the exhausted English. The other reasons did play a part in the defeat I think that if the English did not have to fight off Hardrada first, they would have beaten William. The Normans did have the cavalry and Harolds tactics were poor but the cavalry were largely ineffective against the English line until Haralds tactics came into play with his inability to control his men meant that the English came off the hill and so the cavalry found it easy to pick them off. Overall the most important reason was because the English were completely exhausted."

  • In 1815 the possibility of a united Italy was slight(TM) to what extent do you agree with this?

    "From the information I have gathered I conclude that I agree with the statement to a certain extent but not entirely. There are many reasons that the chance of a United Italy are slight and these reasons generally outweigh the arguments that its not. Most of the arguments against the statement also only hinder the arguments for it rather than exclude them completely. However even with this I fell that the way in which many of the states were run, soon enough the people would look to push for a United Italy as it would definitely be in their own personal interests."

  • Apartheid - To what extent did the statement in the novel Cry the Beloved Country,

    "Conclusion The aim of this research is to investigate the reasons for the implementation of Apartheid and to find out the effects of the implementation on the whites and the blacks in South Africa. In the process of investigating the sources, I discovered that some sources were rather one-sided. I also realised that some of the present work, especially the websites, have rather incomplete information on Apartheid, thus allowing my work to further expand on. Apartheid is a discrimination system in which whites are legalised to discriminate against the blacks therefore it is important to study this system to prevent it from appearing around the globe."

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