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Lobbying can be divided into three different pathways : the optimisation of the economic activities, the social representation and the political representation. These three intertwined paths are extensively traversed in the course of a career.
The gravediggers, the Catholic Jesuits, are a split conscience and we will explain who they are today and who actually set them up. – Uthrania Seila Sentana-Ries Cortez
The German Revolution of 1918 saw an end to the German monarchy. Wilhelm 2nd abdicated and left Germany needing a new charter. The new German constitution was drafted, with President Ebert as Germany's first president. It would take awhile for the Weimar Republic to gain widespread su...
The North Africa campaign remained undecided until late 1942. Firstly, the Battle of El Alamein all but ended Rommel’s onslaught, and then Operation Torch would bring the Allies fresh reinforcements for further battles with the Afrika Korps. This operation would target French occupi...
The North African campaign had a few significant battles that decided the eventual outcome. Such battles involved a variety of troops from the British Commonwealth, US, Italy, and Germany. Both at land and sea, these are a few of the more notable battles in North Africa from 1940 - 19...
The November 11 armistice is remembered in that month each year. As the ceasefire that ended World War One, it remains celebrated even more than VE Day. The events that led to the armistice can be traced back to 1914.
The Battle of the Bulge in 1944 was the last big battle of the war and one, which was almost like a curtain call. Although things dragged on until May of 1945, the last German reserves were removed as a result.
The Battle of the Marne was one of World War Ones most notable battles in 1914. It was a battle that halted the German advance into France. Events that led to this battle can be traced back before the war, at a time when Britain, France and Germany became increasingly hostile.
The Battle of the Bulge, in 1944, was the last serious German offensive of World War 2. Events culminating up to it can best be traced back to 1941.
There are a few notable mountain vacation destinations that are visited by many. This is particularly the case during the winter, with ski resorts based at mountain locations. However, some notable mountain vacation destinations can also be visited during the summer months as well. Th...
In 1919, World War One was over. As such, a number of post-war treaties were drafted which would change the map of Europe. Therefore, the most notable historical events of 1919 were in Europe.
In 1918, after four years of conflict, World War One ended. In the event, Germany and the Entente accepted an armistice. The Treaty of Versailles outlined a number of postwar provisions.
There are a variety of potential European destinations. While the climate is warmer in the southern Mediterranean region of Europe, northern Europe has some notable cities which attract tourists and visitors. If you are interested in a European holiday, then consider some of the follo...
There were a number of famous battles during the world wars. Both in the first and second, there were famous battles at both land and sea which involved thousands, possibly millions, of soldiers and sailors. These are a few of the more famous battles of the two world wars.
There are really two post war German periods. Relating to post 1918 or post 1945. While Germany was twice defeated, there are some differences.
In 1917, German u-boats began a campaign targeting British merchant shipping in the Atlantic. This campaign violated the naval laws of the time and put neutral American ships in the firing line of u-boats. The decoded Zimmerman telegram, in which Germany approached Mexico for an allia...
In 1914, Germany declared war on Russia. In this war, Russia was joined by their Entente allies Britain and France, but despite this the Russian army had a number of defeats on the eastern front. Among these included battles such as the Battle of Tannenburg and the Battle of the Masur...
During the 19th century, the European empires were expanding their empires in Africa. It was here that a variety of new colonies were established during the Scramble for Africa, which could provide economic advantages for the Europeans. Britain, France, Germany and Italy were four of ...
The Russian and German revolutions were two that happened at a similar time. Namely near the end of World War One. As such, the German Revolution is sometimes overshadowed by the Russians. However, it can be said that in some ways the revolutions were similar.
In 1942, Germany began producing a new class of rocket originally called the Waterfall Rocket. However, today it is more widely called the V1 flying bomb. Or alternatively, the Doodlebug.
In 1943 the Allies emerged victorious in the deserts of North Africa. Now the Allies began to plan new campaigns in Italy to regain a foothold in the south of Europe, and to defeat the Italians. To defeat them, they first had to establish a beachhead and staging base in Italy, which w...
The Battle of the Bulge was one of the final battles on the Western Front in the winter of 1944. In fact, it was also one of the largest battles on the Western Front involving German and allied troops, which were largely American soldiers. Overall, it was the largest battle in US mili...
The North Africa Campaign lasted from 1940 until 1943. For Britain, defending the Suez Canal was the primary objective, and the secondary objective was to then push the Axis out of North Africa altogether. By the end of the campaign both objectives had been reached.
The Treaty of Versailles was a postwar treaty with Germany, in November of 1918, which ended World War One. It outlined the peace terms for Germany, by the Entente nations of Britain, France and America.
The year of 1917 was one which was largely dominated by war and revolution. The war in Europe continued, particularly on the western front. However, events in Russia brought the war in the east close to an end.
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