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Jean-Paul Sartre – European philosophy

By |2018-04-08T11:14:29+00:00August 7th, 2017|Modern Europe, Philosophy|

Jean-Paul Sartre - a French philosopher After World War I, many people in Europe felt that the old world had ended and a new world was beginning. Jean-Paul Sartre grew up at the beginning of that new world. Sartre's father died of a fever when Sartre was two years old, and his mother [...]

Commune and Third Republic – France

By |2017-08-05T09:26:50+00:00August 5th, 2017|History, Modern Europe|

Napoleon III By the 1860s, France was nervously watching as the German states and Prussia combined into one country under Bismarck's control. In 1866, Napoleon III, the ruler of France, declared war on Germany, thinking to limit Germany's power. But instead, this was just the excuse Bismarck had been looking for. Prussia invaded France and totally [...]

Almohad Caliphate – Medieval Islam

By |2018-04-23T15:23:01+00:00July 23rd, 2017|History, Islam|

Rabat gate, Morocco, about 1200 AD During the 1100s AD, while the Ayyubids were taking over Egypt, the Almohad dynasty managed to conquer and rule the rest of North Africa (modern Libya, Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco) and Iberia (modern Spain and Portugal). When they conquered Cordoba in 1148, the Almohads threw all the Jews out of town, among them the young Maimonides. [...]