Because the Nile Valley was so fertile that it enabled them to establish large permanant cities and towns.
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Works of the authors, educators, and musicians of the Harlem Renaissance were transmitted to the masses via publishing in much the same way that intellectual works were spread among the dominant culture...
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He had a large, extremely well-trained army.
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This was the natural climax of a movement which started with the creation of a united Sweden in 1524. The reforms implemented before and during the war for liberation turned Sweden into one of the most (if not THE most) modern...
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There are a lot of Italian-descendant Americans on the east side of the country.
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The world was incredibly happy. they knew months before that the Germans were through, and now, with the death of hitler, they were sure that Germany would fall. In Germany, people felt overall extremely depressed...
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Answer is: Only two empires-great distances apart-were strong enough to militarily challenged the Spanish, because they were not militarily challenging the Spanish in the New World.
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Up until now it has been a blessing. It kept the USA remote from the ravages of two world wars which helped them to climb to their position of power since they did not have to rebuild as others...
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