What determined Europe's unequal social organization in the eighteenth century?
was determined by the division of society into traditional orders.
If you mean the organization of the personnel, it was the contubernium, the century, the cohort, the legion. There were also men with special duties, such as the standard bearers and clerks. If you mean the organisation on the march, it was determined by the legion's legate with the protection of the baggage train given top priority. If you mean the organization of the personnel, it was the contubernium, the century, the cohort, the legion…
What was the main reason the population of the British North American colonies increased in the eighteenth century?
The main reason that the population of the British North American colonies rapidly increased during the eighteenth century was that the volume of slave trade increased a great deal. The number of black people in the colonies increased by 10 to 35+ times from the beginning of the eighteenth century until mid-century.