Combat Trauma

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is among the major manifestations of severe trauma that people experienced in their lives. A variety of problems may result in PTSD in future ranging from the incidents of childhood abuse to painful combat experience. These experiences manifest later in a variety of ways.

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Impacts on the Attitude to the World War I

Impacts on the Attitude to the World War I: Before and After Impacts on the Attitude to the World War I: Before and After The World War I had been the most violent period of the European history with the involvement of all the continent’s major powers after the Napoleonic Wars.

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Modern Societies

Europe in the 16th, 17th and 18th centuries was united and divided simultaneously. The period was full of new cultural trends, modern societies, and talented scholars and leaders. Many rising states were dealing with diplomatic interactions between imperialism and nationalism.

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Ideological Origins of the British Empire

Unlike the Roman and other European empires, the concepts behind the rise of British Empire did not describe it as a legal entity but rather a construct. During its formation, there was no uniformity of laws, the imperial constitution, or revered offices of the emperor. The adventurers and pirates that seized and stole from the Spanish mainly in a bid to have a share of the New World’s wealth are associated with the very first roots of the empire.

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Puritanical Conception of Liberty

The right to liberty of every citizen is an integral part of a civilized society. In 1645, a Puritan and one of the leaders of Massachusetts Bay Colony John Winthrop made a speech to Massachusetts Bay legislature about his Puritanical conception of liberty. He distinguishes two types of freedom: natural and moral.

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North Korea and Saudi Arabia

Autocracy is a type of the state political structure in which all types of power are accumulated by one supreme ruler. Under this governmental system, the population has no influence on the functioning and organization of the government. Nowadays there are many countries in the world that have introduced such a form of political structure as the autocracy into their political regime (Burnell 2014, p.

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German expansionism

Germany was a great empire from 1871 after the unification until 1918 when Kaiser Wilhelm II abdicated, and the country became a federal republic (Kitchen 108). The country had twenty-seven territories headed by royal families. The country had high levels of industrialization, strong army as well as enormous population size.

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World Civilizations

The French, American, and the Haitian revolutions all achieved their political goals with a varying degree of success, though some victories involved a significant loss to the nations. Having defeated the Great Britain, the American citizens created one of the most democratic governments of all time.

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Behavior of German Alliances and Support for Austria-Hungary

Alliances are enlisted as one major cause of the First World War. Alliances refer to political, social, or economic agreements between two or more countries with mutual interests (Weitsman 238). The most common form of alliances before the First World War was political alliances that came in the form of military alliances.

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The World after the Establishment of the United Nations

The United Nations is an international body formed to promote international relations and coexistence . It was established in 1945 after the second World War to prevent another such conflicts . When it was founded, it had five member states; however, the number has increased to 193 states.

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