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Piedmont developed into major European power by 1859

Source A and D agree that Piedmont was economically strong and agree with the statement that Piedmont was a major and important European power by 1859; as by the 1850’s were an important period of political and economic development and change in Piedmont as it gained a reputation of a modernised state. However it could…

To what extent did these two aspects undermine Henry VIII’s rule in his last 7 years as King, 1540-47

King Henry VIII is arguably the most recognised, influential and one of the greatest monarchs ever to sit on the throne of England. He is most notably remembered for his dramatic transformation of English politics, his policies against the ruling Catholic faith and the fact that he had six wives. Everybody knows at least briefly…

The importance of the Economy in changing the nature of international relations

International relations significantly changed between 1879 – 1939 with economic stability fundamentally forming the direction and nature of international relations thus creating ideologies of imperialism. Economic needs appear to be heavily influential in constructing actions of political figures such as Mussolini whose hunger for imperialism is generated by an economic crisis at the time. Unilateral…

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What Ideals Of Late Medieval Kingship Are Portrayed By Shakespeare in Henry V

Henry V was the King of England between 1413 and 1422 and has marked his name in history under the Battle of Agincourt of 1415. Shakespeare’s play, Henry V, clearly gives an insight into how the idealistic late medieval kingship was portrayed. Henry V’s piety, military leadership, and other personal qualities are fully expressed throughout…

The Somme Offensive Failure

The battle of the Somme began in July 1916 during World War I as an attempt to break the stalemate and mitigate some of the pressure on the French at Verdun. The British attack was aimed to sidetrack German attention from Verdun in defence of the Somme. General Douglas Haig planned to heavily bombard the…

Amicable Grant of 1525

Source 1 and 3 both strongly suggest that there was a considerable amount of resistance to the Amicable Grant of 1525. Source 2 does also suggest this, however there are other elements that do not suggest this. The sources all suggest that there an unrest towards the grant and that the Dukes were worried of…

How liberal were the Tories from 1821 to 1827

After the instability Great Britain faced from the beginning of the 18th Century, it was essential for the country to allow itself a period of calm and opulence, in order to restore and subdue the political situation. The period of 1822 to 1827 contrasted greatly to the 7 years of ‘tyranny’ between 1815-1822, when the…

Weimar Republic

Following the unstable years of 1918- 23, the Weimar Republic enjoyed five years of supposed prosperity. Indeed, they were characterised as ‘golden’. It is true that the Weimar Republic experienced a number of successes within foreign policy however; that is not to say there was a lack of success in other aspects of Weimar Germany….

Why was Henry Tudor able to overthrow Richard III

There were many different factors that aided Henry in his overthrow of Richard. Commynes, their contemporary said he was a “virtuous Prince”, implying it was his personal qualities that aided his cause. Many historians say that it was Richard III’s qualities that made him vulnerable, John Rous likening him to a scorpion with a “smooth…

What were the worries and burdons of the Empire that Charles faced on his accession

Charles was elected Holy Roman Emperor in June 1519 in succession to his grandfather Maximilian and faced various worries and burdens. Firstly, Germany (in practice, the Holy Roman Emperor was the ruler of Germany) was the largest nation in Europe and relatively densely populated. There were over 20 million inhabitants living in an area of…

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