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Category: History

Historical Evaluation of Queen Victoria

In the Victorian era, British liberal capitalism went from the ascendant to the peak and then to the transition period of monopoly capitalism. Britain was extremely prosperous, its culture was […]

History of April 16

Some people may remember that on April 16, 1380, the king of Yan Zhu Di became Fan Peiping; on April 16, 1889, the birthday of the comedy master Chaplin; and […]

Where is Hirado Clan?

The Hirado clan was the clan that owned the Hizen country Kita Matsuura and Iki country in ancient Japan. The hall of the feudal clan was located in Hirado Castle, […]

Where is South Vietnam?

Nanyue or Nam Việt, was an ancient kingdom ruled by Chinese monarchs of the Triệu dynasty that covered the modern Chinese subdivisions of Guangdong, Guangxi, Hainan, Hong Kong, and Macau, […]

Where is Skull Island?

Skull Island is an undiscovered island in the Indian Ocean. It first appeared in the 1933 movie “King Kong” and later appeared in its sequel and two remakes. The famous […]

History of the Khmer Empire

The Cambodian Khmer Empire is an ancient country in Cambodia located in the Indochina Peninsula in Southeast Asia. Khmer (Khmer) is also known as Ji Mi and Ge Mi in […]

The Nine-Rank Zhongzheng System

The Nine-Rank Zhongzheng System, also known as the Nine-Rank Official Person Law, was an important system for selecting officials during the Wei, Jin, Southern and Northern Dynasties. It was Cao […]

What is 315?

International Consumer Rights Day Every March 15th is International Consumer Rights Day, which was determined by the International Consumers Union in 1983. In 1898, the world’s first consumer organization was […]

The God of Loyalty: Ngak Hui Biography

The God of Loyalty: Ngak Hui Biography Under the era of overlapping between the North Song Dynasty and the Southern Song Dynasty The Huns’ land suffered from war, weak army, […]

Where is Ulm in Germany?

Ulm is a city in Baden-Wurttemberg, Germany, located on the Danube River. The nearby major cities are Augsburg, which is about 70 kilometers to the southeast, Munich, which is 130 […]

Icon Destruction in the Byzantine Empire

Iconoclasm is the deliberate destruction within a culture of the culture’s own religious icons and other symbols or monuments, usually for religious or political motives. … The Byzantine term for […]