10 Facts About The Rwandan Genocide In 1994

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  The Rwandan Genocide, more commonly known as the ‘Genocide against the Tutsi’ refers to the mass killings of Tutsi ethnic group, along with the Twa, and some moderate Hutu in 1994, during the Rwandan Civil War. The genocide carried out by Hutu nationalists with support from members of the Hutu majority government, witnessed the … Read more

10 Major Causes of World War II

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  Lasting between 1939 and 1945, World War II was a global conflict which divided the world into two military alliances. The Axis Powers were Germany, Italy and Japan. The Allies consisted of the majority of the countries of the world who came together in opposition to the Axis Powers. The Allies were led primarily … Read more

Role of John Paul Jones During The American Revolution

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  John Paul Jones (July 6, 1747 – July 18, 1792) was a Scottish sailor who served in the Continental Navy during the American Revolutionary War. Jones began his career as a lieutenant of the frigate Alfred. After distinguishing himself as commander of Alfred, he was given command of the sloop Providence. As commander of … Read more

Role of John Adams During The American Revolution

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  John Adams (October 30, 1735 – July 4, 1826) was an American writer, diplomat and politician who played a leading role in the American Revolution. When the British Parliament imposed the Stamp Act on the colonies in 1765, Adams was one of its most vocal critics and he wrote several documents against it. In … Read more

Role of Benjamin Franklin During The American Revolution

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  Benjamin Franklin (January 17, 1706 – April 17, 1790) was an American polymath who played a key role in the American Revolution as a writer, political philosopher and diplomat. Prior to the Revolution, Franklin had invented numerous things and was a leading writer. When the American Revolutionary War began, Franklin was unanimously elected by … Read more