United States Recent History

United States Recent History

Civil War and the abolition of slavery Abraham Lincoln, 16th President of the United States and 1st for the Republican Party, was instrumental during the Civil War and the abolition of slavery. From its birth, the United States became the most important buyer of slaves to satisfy the demand for labor in heavy agricultural work. The slavery extended […]

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Turkey Economy

Turkey Economy

Turkey’s gross domestic product (GDP) in 2006 was $ 402,710 million, which was $ 5,518.50 per capita. Around 26.8% was contributed by industry, 9.7% by agriculture and 63.5% by the service sector. The economic recovery that occurred during the government of President Turgut Ozal is now over. The government of Prime Minister Tansu Çiller, with the support […]

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Pakistan Main Cities

Karachi Karachi, English Karachi [kε ra ː t ʃ ɪ ], largest city in Pakistan, capital of the province of Sind, the Arabian Sea on the western edge of the Indus delta, according to official estimate (2017) 14.9 million residents. Karachi is characterized by rapid population growth (1880: 58,000, 1920: 216,000, 1951: 1.1 million, 1961: […]

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Ecuador History

Ecuador History and Culture

History Before the Spanish conquest under the leadership of S. de Benalcázar in 1533/34, as a country starting with letter E according to Countryaah.com, Ecuador was part of the Inca Empire. From 1563 it was part of the Viceroyalty of Peru as the “Real Audiencia de San Francisco de Quito” (judicial and administrative district) – […]

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German Literature - From the End of the First World War to 1945 2

German Literature: From the End of the First World War to 1945 Part II

Literature under National Socialism As early as the Weimar Republic, “völkisch” literature continued to exist alongside literature oriented towards the modern industrial world and international developments. O. Spengler’s “Downfall of the Occident” (2 volumes, 1918–22) provided the historical-philosophical theory for a scale of values ​​that was hostile to progress and rejected the metropolis (especially Berlin), industrialization and […]

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Music in the GDR

Music in the GDR

Music in the GDR In the GDR, the Association of German Composers and Musicologists, founded in 1951, began to put into practice the theory of socialist realism developed in Soviet art. It was about the popular character and comprehensibility of the musical statement against so-called formalistic tendencies (formalism debate) in the West, which manifested itself […]

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Latin America Overview

America Overview

America [after Amerigo Vespucci ], the two continents of North America and South America, which are juxtaposed with the “Old World” as the “New World” and are connected by the land and islandbridge of Central America. The double continent, which with more than 42 million km 2 has not yet reached the size of Asia, […]

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Africa Environment

Africa Environment

The intensive exploitation of resources, both surface and subsoil, which has been underway on the continent at least since the nineteenth century, has profoundly affected the African environment. The extraction activities of raw minerals and energy resources extend over the whole continent, from the Sahara (oil) to South Africa (coal, uranium, gold and diamonds), often […]

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Central America

Central America Geography

According to Countryaah, Central America, is a part of America, consisting of Mexico, Central America (mainland bridge between North and South America, from Guatemala to Panama) and the Caribbean or West Indies. Central America thus covers an area of2,723,000km 2 with 215.6 million inhabitants. Climate The climate of Central America is, according to the location, […]

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West Asia

Asia Population

The population Asia rose from (1895) 830 million, (1925) 1,020 million, (1960) 1,692 million, (1970) 2,148 million, (1985) 2,901 million, (2004) 3,894 million (2016) 4,463 million. The most populous countries are the People’s Republic of China, India, Indonesia, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Japan. Especially in the People’s Republic of China, the most populous country on earth […]

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Travel to Europe

Travel to Europe

A fantastic combination of culture, nature and unique experiences Europe offers unique experiences and we cover exciting nooks and crannies of our own lovely continent. Despite the fact that Europe is the second smallest continent in the world, there is no shortage of experiences when traveling around this beautiful continent. Europe can offer a varied […]

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Transportation in Brazil

Transportation in Brazil

Transport Since colonial times, transport has always been a challenge for Brazil, due to the size and topography of its territory. Over the past thirty years, some victories have been achieved on this challenge with the adoption of a systematic approach to planning and implementing an integrated national land and maritime transport system, which encompasses […]

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Air traffic Turkmenistan

Getting to Turkmenistan

The Turkmenistan transport infrastructure is generally well developed. The only two international airports in the country are in Ashgabat and Turkmenbashi (weekly connection with Turkmenistan Airlines to Istanbul). Numerous domestic flights connect all major cities with the capital, and there are also flight connections between the individual cities. In addition, all larger settlements are connected […]

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Parana, Brazil Economy

Parana, Brazil Economy

Agriculture and Livestock Paraná’s main agricultural assets are wheat, corn and soybeans, products that have already achieved record-breaking harvests, in competition with other states. The soybean crop is the most recent of the three and has expanded both in the north and west of the state and, subsequently, in the south. Also important is the […]

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