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a country in South-Western Asia, bordered from East by Afghanistan and Pakistan, North by Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan and Turkmenistan, and West by Iraq.
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The religious texts of Israeli origin, considered in whole by Christianity and in part (the Old Testament) by Judaism as holy.
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Contemporary history describes the period timeframe that is without any intervening time closely connected to the present day and is a certain perspective of modern history.
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Nazism, from German Nazi, as abbreviation of National Sozialismus, is a totalitarian ideology of the German NSDAP party, led by Adolf Hitler. The consequence of adopting this ideology was the World Wa…
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pertaining to the American Revolutionary War (1775-1781) and its era, where the 13 North American colonies fought and won independence from Great Britain.
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a process of organized teaching and learning.
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The questions concerning modern Egypt.
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For questions related to history of farming and breeding animals.
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Questions pertaining to a series of military campaigns sanctioned by the Pope in an effort to restore Christian control of the Holy Lands. These campaigns were spread out over a period dating from aro…
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For questions related to northern part of America, ie. pre-Columbian era, age of Spanish, English and French colonization, to modern day countries of Canada, the United States and Mexico.
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Questions about a series of wars from 1803 to 1815 between the First French Empire and opposing (mostly European) coalitions.
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wear for different occassions. This tag is more functional, on the other hand there is the [tag:fashion].
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The Byzantine Empire was a country in Southern Europe having its origins in Eastern Roman Empire. During the ages, the Empire declined because of Islam advance and was dissolved in 1453 by fall of its…
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Civilizations refers to a means to organize groups of people around common: culture, race, ethnicity, language, religion, national boundaries, etc. The organizing principles are not concrete. Questio…
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For questions about different systems of measuring time.
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both the continent, and the country by the same name. Questions related to Australia may concern the inhabitants of the continent, European contact with the continent, the continent, or t…
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Questions related to history of art or artists.
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the process by which a populace elects their political leaders. Elections are typically only utilized in democratic nations with some exceptions. Elections come in multiple different for…
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The Holy Roman Empire existed from 962 to 1806 on the territory of present-day Germany and a number of its neighboring countries.
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a head of republican state. The term can also refer to leader of organization, institution or community.
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Methods of moving people, goods or animals from one place to another, usually on large distance.
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For history of sports, sport events, famous sportsmen, and influence of sports and recreation on history.
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For questions related to fashion, style and their changes in different historic times and territories.
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Of or pertaining to aircraft and or man powered flight.
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moving and fighting on horseback. In some areas other animals were used, like camels in Arabia. The modern cavalry units are equipped in helicopters.
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Process and effect of planning and designing buildings, both in scientific (as a method of creating constructions) or art (as styles throughout ages) ways.
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Science describing Earth and in wider understanding also other planets and moons. The other meaning refers to specific climate and terrain properties in particular place.
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energy taken from splitting nucleus of an atom of some chemical elements. This can be used in both peaceful or military goals.
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The deployment, martialing and maneuver of low-level units to achieve military advantage.