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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...

Japan Religion

Japan Religion and Language

RELIGION The history of Japanese religion is articulated in the relationships between Shintoism (➔ # 10132;) and Buddhism. This, arrived in Japan in the 6th century. not in the original form, but in that which...

Japan Society

Japan Society and Human Rights

Population and society According to localbusinessexplorer.com, Japan is among the first countries in the world by population density. With a territory slightly higher than the Italian one, it has more than double the residents....

Japan Territorial Losses

Japan Territorial Losses

The Japanese Empire currently includes the four islands of Hokkaido, Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu with the surrounding smaller islands and the Amami Gunto (see table). Territorial losses sanctioned by the San Francisco treaty. –...

Japan Population Migration

Japan Population Migration

The enormous, continuous demographic development of Japan has given a strong impetus to emigration, which, weak in the first years of the opening of the country, has increasingly intensified with the increasing pressure of...

Japan Population Distribution

Japan Population Distribution

Statistical data on the population. – Attempts at an evaluation, necessarily approximate, of its population are not lacking in the history of the country. One of the first, if not the first, of which...

Japan Drama

Japan Poetry and Drama

Poetry. – While the classical tanka continues to be cultivated, a new meter, even shorter (5-7-5), the haikai or epigram, arises in this era. Its parent is the renga or chain poem, in vogue...

Japan Physical Characteristics

Japan Physical Characteristics

The geography of the Japan is irregular and harsh, shaped by an intense and recent endogenous activity. The reliefs occupy more than 3/4 of the territory and, except for those of volcanic origin, are...

Japan Navy

Japan Navy and Air Force

Navy. – The Japanese navy began to be organized on the English model around 1880, and was soon able to show its qualities during the wars with China and Russia. In the second above...

Japan Music

Japan Music

Japanese music, with its theoretical bases and its instruments, comes from the Sino-Korean school, which penetrated into Japan in the century. V to VII. The Chinese theory, which is so far from ours today,...

Kenya Prehistory

Kenya Prehistory and History

PREHISTORY At the sites of Kanapoi and Allia Bay some remains of Australopithecus have been found (between 2 and 3 million years ago; Australopithecus anamensis). The genus Paranthropus (1.5-1.9 million years ago), with a...

Kenya Economy

Kenya Population and Economy

Population The ethnic picture is a real mosaic, being composed of about sixty ethnic groups, sometimes very different from each other: the Bantu, originally from central Africa, prevail, followed by the Hamites and Niloto-Hamites,...

Kenya Physical Characteristics

Kenya Physical Characteristics

According to animalerts.com, Kenya is an east African state, extending across the equator. It borders to the North with South Sudan and Ethiopia, to the East with Somalia, to the SW with Tanzania, to...

Kenya in 1979

Kenya in 1979

According to allunitconverters.com, Kenya has an estimated population (in 1990) of 24.03 million residents. (it was 15,327,061 residents at the 1979 census). The most important and dominant ethnic group on the economic and political...

Kenya Geopolitics

Kenya Geopolitics

Kenya has established itself in the East African region as a country of great potential, deriving above all from having always pursued a pro-Western political line and from having benefited from a certain political...

Kenya Geography

Kenya Geography

Climate. – Given the relief, the colony’s climate varies considerably from one area to another. In the coastal region it is very hot, but with not very abundant rains, which are decreasing from the...

Kenya Exploration

Kenya Exploration and Morphology

Exploration and history. – The history of the east coast of Africa between Ras Kiambone and Vanga and of the territory behind it before the establishment of the Arabs is very little known. These,...

Kenya Demographics

Kenya Demographics 1963

Formerly a British colony (and partially protectorate), since 12 December 1963 it has been a republic within the Commonwealth. At the 1969 census the popol. overall was 10,942,705 residents (11.7 million in 1971). The...

Kenya Defense

Kenya Defense and Security

Defense and security The risk of terrorism remains high, with more than 500 deaths caused by the al-Shabaab attacks between 2012 and June 2015 . The continuing destabilization of Somalia, the spread of al-Shabaab...

Kenya Brief History

Kenya Brief History

According to proexchangerates.com, Kenya is a country in eastern Africa, overlooking the Indian Ocean. Before the 16th century the interior of Kenya was inhabited by Bantu- speaking peoples, such as the Ogiek and Kamba,...

Kenya Arts

Kenya Arts and Cinematography

ART AND ARCHITECTURE The extraordinary variety of local languages ​​and the importance and continuity of traditions emerge in the artistic and architectural production of Kenya In architecture, the English heritage is revealed in the...

Kenya Architecture

Kenya Architecture

According to paradisdachat.com, the Kenya remained a British colony until 1963; however the British, when they abandoned power, left behind a strong cultural and political-administrative tradition; this influence, after thirty years of independence, is...

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...

Egypt Archaeology

Egypt Archaeology

The archaeological activity in Egypt during the last decade has seen the continuation of some major works in now traditional areas, such as the Polish excavations in Alexandria and Athens, or the Swiss and...

Brazil Trade

Brazil Trade

We can speak of Brazilian trade only since 1808, when the ports of Brazil were opened to all ships in the world, while before all exchanges were carried out exclusively through Portugal. But development...

Argentina society

Argentina Society and Human Rights

Population and society Argentina stands out from most other Latin American countries by its relative ethnic and cultural homogeneity. Inhabited mostly by the descendants of the great European migrations of the nineteenth and twentieth...