Category: Europe

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Italy Between the 1960’s and 1970’s Part 7

The interest of parties and public opinion was attracted by the upcoming electoral deadline of the referendum abrogating the l. 1 December 1970, n. 898, having as its object the “discipline of cases of...

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Italy Between the 1960’s and 1970’s Part 6

Thus the impression spread throughout the country that the Andreotti government and the formula of “democratic centrality” would not last long; proof of this is the limited interest with which the visits of the...

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Italy Between the 1960’s and 1970’s Part 5

After the first regional elections in June 1970, in favor of the center-left, this political coalition could have resumed its politics with greater force, but the irremediability of the conflicts between the parties, which...

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Italy Between the 1960’s and 1970’s Part 4

It was thus unavoidable, while waiting for a clarification of the situation, to have recourse as five years before to a mono-color ministry of the DC chaired by Leone, who obtained the confidence of...

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Italy Between the 1960’s and 1970’s Part 3

In the meantime, the reunification process was underway within the two socialist parties. In November 1965, the XXXVI national congress of the PSI was held (the autonomist current had obtained 80% of the votes...

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Italy Between the 1960’s and 1970’s Part 2

According to Iamhigher, the government therefore set about implementing its program, centered on the so-called plan policy, that is, on a programming that would coordinate economic activities (without proceeding with further nationalizations), the establishment...

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Italy Between the 1960’s and 1970’s Part 1

At the beginning of 1961, the political situation of the Italy was saved from the most serious risks of radicalization of the struggle between parties, and of a clash between the right-wing and left-wing...

Bulgarian Literature

Bulgaria Arts and Literature

Arts. – Modern figurative art in Bulgaria does not have a significant tradition behind it, and this contributes to the predominance of a figurative realism of easy and common understanding, enlivened by folkloristic elements...

Norway Cinematography

Norway Cinematography

According to Topschoolsintheusa, Norwegian cinema developed with considerable delay compared to that of other Nordic countries and only in the 1920s did it begin to gain some visibility. The first public film screening took...

Spain Prehistory

Spain Prehistory and Early History

PREHISTORY The presence of man in Spain is attested in the lower Paleolithic (Abbevillian, Acheulean) and middle (Mousterian). Among the most ancient remains are the archaic forms of Homo sapiens coming from deposits of...

Poland Transport

Poland Transport and Communications

The new Poland has 94,600 km. of ordinary roads, of which 17,000 are given by state roads, 54,600 by provincial or district roads and 23,000 by municipal roads. The railways, which at the end...

Sweden Literature - The Catholic Middle Ages

Sweden Literature – The Catholic Middle Ages

Origins. – The origins of Swedish literature are lost in the complex ethnic-linguistic cultural unity of the ancient Nordic world. Modern philology has managed, with patient investigation, to trace the elements scattered throughout the...

Hungary Medieval Arts - Eastern Hungary

Hungary Medieval Arts – Eastern Hungary

Eastern Hungary The denomination of Hungary Orientale for the vast region that constitutes the eastern half of the od. Hungary, historically distinct from the S and E areas, is arbitrary and yet necessary from...

Portugal in the 1980's

Portugal in the 1980’s

At the end of the seventies the attempt to shift the political axis of the country to the right, together with the intention to eliminate the constitutional norms of socialist inspiration, were consistently pursued...

Lithuania Language

Lithuania Language

The Lithuanian language belongs to the Baltic branch of the Indo-European language family (see Baltic, languages). Within the Baltic group it forms a more restricted unity with the Latvian language as opposed to the...

Belgium French Language Literature

Belgium French Language Literature

After the Second World War the Belgian novel is so diversified that it becomes impossible to enumerate all its tendencies: there is a return to the regionalist novel with J.-P. Otte, G. Deblander, H....

Austria Literature After World War II

Austria Literature After World War II

The postwar period In the post-World War II climate, Austrian and German writers appear to be united by a painful and ungrateful problem, by ideological and aesthetic choices not linked to a precise geographical...

Bulgaria business

Bulgaria Industry and Commerce

Mining riches. Although there is reason to believe that Bulgaria does not lack mineral resources, their exploitation is very scarce, and is essentially reduced to small quantities of hard coal, lead, zinc, iron and...

Cyprus Arts Between 13th and 15th Centuries

Cyprus Arts Between 13th and 15th Centuries

The French dynasty of the Lusignano introduced a developed feudal system and an articulated legislation on the island, creating the conditions for the great mercantile prosperity of Cyprus in the century. 14 °, which...

Russia During the Petersburg Period 3

Russia During the Petersburg Period (1703-1917) Part III

Internal conflicts, revolutionary movement and the overthrow of tsarist rule Tsarism failed because of the unresolved internal conflicts. Since about 1890, as a result of the railway construction, the protective tariff policy of the...

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Russia During the Petersburg Period (1703-1917) Part II

Foreign policy and restorative order after the victory over Napoleon Since the Congress of Vienna (1815), Alexander I, as the initiator of the Holy Alliance with Prince Metternich, became the guardian of the monarchical...

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Russia During the Petersburg Period (1703-1917) Part I

The reign of Peter the Great The Great Northern War (1700–21), unleashed by Peter I the Great (1682 / 96–1725), which finally replaced Sweden as supreme power in the Baltic Sea and paved the...

Sweden Modern History

Sweden Modern History

Sweden, officially the Kingdom of Sweden. Scandinavian country in Northern Europe that is part of the European Union (EU). It is bordered to the north by Norway and Finland, to the east by Finland and the Gulf of Bothnia, to the south...

Germany Philosophy

Germany Philosophy

FROM ECKHART’S MYSTICISM TO KANT’S ENLIGHTENMENT The first expression of the German philosophical genius can be seen in the speculative mysticism that flourished in Germany in the late Middle Ages, which has its major...

Romania Literature

Romania Literature

CULTURE: LITERATURE: THE ARCHAIC PHASE According to ezinereligion, the first written testimony in the Romanian language dates back to 1521: it is Neacsu’s letter. The same rich oral popular production (lyrical songs, epic songs,...

Hungary Geography

Hungary Geography

TERRITORY: HYDROGRAPHY The hydrographic network is not rich, despite the fact that two large rivers, the Danube and the Tisza, cross the country, as has been said. The Danube (or Duna) over a total...

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York St John University Study Abroad (11)

From September 2010 to the beginning of June 2011 I spent two great and unforgettable semesters at York St John University in England, where I deepened my teaching degree for English and Protestant religion,...

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York St John University Study Abroad (10)

Application When I decided on my course at the time, the compulsory semester abroad was a decisive reason for me. Since my options regarding Erasmus didn’t appeal to me very much, I found out...

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York St John University Study Abroad (9)

Application process The application process is really straightforward because you get great support from Contact College. Questions are always answered quickly by the person responsible, which is why the entire application process is relatively...

Ukraine since 1994

Ukraine since 1994

In 1994, the non-proliferation treaty was also ratified and Ukraine renounced its status of nuclear power, transferring its nuclear weapons to Russia. According to usprivateschoolsfinder, the internal difficulties were greater, with continuous clashes over economic policy:...