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European History Questions and Answers
How has the Renaissance influenced modern society?
What were the causes of the Great Schism?
Effects Of The Great Schism
What is the difference between the Renaissance and Elizabethan Age?
What were the three goals of the Spanish colonization in the Americas?
What are the three most important differences between Charlemagne's Holy Roman Empire and the original Roman Empire?
According to the agreement between Columbus and the King and Queen of Spain, why did Ferdinand and Isabella support Columbus’s voyage?
What was the role of the Church in the Middle Ages?
Letter To Ferdinand And Isabella Regarding The Fourth Voyage
What three factors led to Europe's "Age of Exploration"?
What are some similarities and differences between Western and Eastern Europe in the Middle Ages or the Post-Classical Era?
What kind of government did England have during World War II?
What was Michelangelo's contribution to today's society?
Explain the rivalry between Spain and Portugal during the fifteenth century in the "Age of Discovery."
What were Napoleon's foreign policies?
Discuss Napoleon's domestic policy.
What were three reasons Columbus was looking for a new route to Asia?
What was the meaning of the French motto "Liberty, Equality, Fraternity, or Death" during the French Revolution?
When Voltaire said that the Holy Roman Empire was "neither holy, nor Roman, nor an empire" was it a true assessment of the Holy Roman Empire? My text for this is Traditions & Encounters, by Bentley and Ziegler.
What effect did Napoleon have on Europe and the world?
How did the Age of European Exploration help pave the way for the Scientific Revolution?
How did World War I and its aftermath contribute to the rise of fascism in Europe in the 1920s?
Sequence the steps the Communists took to turn Russia into a centralized state dominated by a single party, organizing them in numeric order.
How did Nicolaus Copernicus influence the world and what did he discover?
How did the Enlightenment affect people's ideas about government?
Compare and contrast the ways in which the Spanish and the French explored and settled the New World.
How did the increase in trade result in the growth of towns and cities throughout Europe?
What were some similarities and differences between the French and the Spanish colonies in the Americas?
What were the social, economic, and political effects of the Crusades?
What two ancient cultures influenced the Renaissance?
What did John Amos Comenius contribute to education?
What are the pros and cons for the French Revolution?
How did the Crusades lead to exploration by Europeans?
What are Charlemagne's successes and failures?
Who paid for Vasco Núñez de Balboa’s exploration?
Why did European countries engage in imperialism?
How did totalitarianism rise in Russia? How did the Soviet government establish itself in the 1920s? How did Joseph Stalin rise to the top of the Soviet government? What domestic and foreign policies did the Soviet government pursue in the 1920s?
What divided Eastern and Western Europe after World War II?
What are the successes and failures of Bismarck's domestic policies?
What were the events that led to the outbreak of the World War II in Europe and the Pacific?
What is the difference between the Renaissance and the Middle Ages?
In the end, did the Crusades weaken or strengthen the power the Church had in European society? Why?
How did the Chanak Crisis contribute to Canadian autonomy?
What was the significance of Maximilien Robespierre in the French Revolution?
What are the similarities and differences between Francis Bacon, Galileo Galilei, and Isaac Newton? paradigm shift, darwinian thought, theory or relativity, ect.
How did the ideas of the Renaissance, Reformation, and Scientific Revolution affect the Enlightenment?
Why was Britain reluctant to annex Cameroon?
What was the purpose of Christopher Columbus' first voyage?
In what ways did corruption occur the Catholic Church at the end of the Middle Ages? As the medieval age drew to a close, the Catholic Church epitomized the adage "absolute power corrupts absolutely." Explain and illustrate this statement. I just need a few ideas to get me started, thanks
How did the Protestants first come to Ireland? What was the method?