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A form of government where sovereignty is contained in a single individual.

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In my opinion the reason is that all Europe (except Turkey and some other minor Balkan areas) is influenced by Christianity. This religion was for many years the most common factor of all European peo …
answered Jun 6 '13 by Voitcus
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monarchy. However, they continued to use this title. See November Uprising. It is also noticeable that there were no "Poland" in Russia as result of January Uprising in 1863, but Vistula Province. In …
asked Jun 24 '13 by Voitcus
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After the Hundred Years War (or "wars") the English had been wiped off France, but English monarchs kept using their official title "King of France". As I understand, this was to legalize their claims …
asked Apr 24 '15 by Voitcus