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From the Greek "rule of the many", describes some form of popular representation in the governance of a political or economic unit such as a nation state or a corporation. Democracy ranges from the m…
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Questions about the German empire from 18 January 1871, to 1918.
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Nobility is a class of people who hold titles, generally of a hereditary nature.
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[language] as used to communicate between humans in writing or in speech. Also the development of the [technology] used for it. (Consider adding those tags as appropriate.)
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For questions specific to the history of mathematics, the abstract study of topics encompassing quantity, structure, space, change, and other properties. General questions about mathematics are off-to…
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A document or documents which set the fundamental principles and rules to which a state, or organisation agrees to govern itself.
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The period of history roughly from the 15th century to the mid 20th century
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Questions related to the history of a specific category of armored fighting vehicles, being primarily for offensive capability, usually tracked, with an optimum balance of armor, maneuverability and f…
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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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Australia is 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 the history of the number of people inhabiting a given area, usually defined by geographical or political boundaries. The term can also be used in defining the number of items in …
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The Victorian era was the period of Queen Victoria's reign, from 20 June 1837 until 22 January 1901.
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For questions related to new lands discoveries made by Europeans in the 15th, 16th and 17th centuries.
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Part of army that is 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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For questions about historical practices or events related to non-human animals, including their use by humans, breeding, domestication, hunting, or consumption.
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For questions related to last moments of someone's life.
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Questions related to the subjective stratification of society into different groups according to economic, political, social and cultural status or classifications, the most common in modern Western c…
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Islamic Republic of Iran is 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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Religion- or law-enforced union between a man and a woman in history.
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Common name of two wars in Vietnam beginning in 1955 as independence revolt in French Indochina, then after partition of the country between South Vietnam and her allies (mostly United States) and Nor…
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For questions about words, phrases and definitions specifically used by historians.
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An island on the Atlantic, in western Europe, divided by the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom. The questions may refer to both the island itself and Ireland as a country.
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For questions relating to voyages of exploration, whether on land, sea, or space.
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For questions relating to World War 2 around the Pacific Ocean, waged primarily between Japan, the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia, and their allied nations between 1939 and 1945.
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For questions relating to pre-Islamic India, spanning the earliest known human settlements in the area up to the 12th century.
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For questions about flags and their historical use and design, as well as for similar design uses such as on shields and surplices.
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Questions about Napoleon Bonaparte (AKA Napoleon I), Emperor of the French May 18, 1804 – April 11, 1814 and March 20, 1815 – June 22, 1815.
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For questions about the history of music, including its evolution, major events, famous composers and musicians, and growth as an industry. Questions about music theory or other non-historical aspects…
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for questions relating to Pakistan, a modern state in South Asia created in 1947 from British India.
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The northern most countries of Africa that are differentiated from the rest of Africa which lies south of the Sahara desert (those southern countries are also known as sub-Saharan). The UN classifies…
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Situation when one country is able to perform her foreign and interior politics fully without control of any other country. Independent countries recognize one another.
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Refering to the period of 1960 A.D to 1969 A.D in the Gregorian calendar.
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Questions related to the history of the island in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean off the northwest coast of Europe, which includes England, Scotland and Wales.
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Questions related to the history of citizen rights, either granted or protected by governing political bodies of a given society, applying equally to all within the geographical or political borders o…
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Questions related to the history of Greece, a country in southeastern Europe bordered by Albania, North Macedonia and Bulgaria to the north, Turkey to the east, the Aegean Sea to the east and south, a…
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