Where did civilizations first form in Europe?
The earliest civilizations arose in Greece and Italy.
The earliest civilizations arose in Greece and Italy.
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It was formed after the second world war?. Answer . Probably some time after the earth formed. It's changed shape so much after the last few billion years it's hard to say.
The first civilization was Mesopotamia. The Atlantean one, if you consider prehistory. The Sumerian if you don't. the first civilization was Sumer and the citizens were Sumerians. This is a highly debated question, evidence points to all different directions actually.
Europe didn't intervene in the American Civil War because of purelyeconomic reasons and purely social reasons. Europe was home to someof the greatest US exports, and because of the US, they had createda very vibrant economy. But, European aristocrats saw slavery asthe pin that held the US economy to…gether; and in some regards, itwas. Because of this, the European governments were economicallybound not the help the North, because this would overturn slaveryin US, and thus, US economy. But, Europeans had a strong distastefor using slaves, however hipocritical this may have been. And mostEuropean governments feared a rebellion if they were to fight forslavery in a foreign land. Thus, Europe was not permitted to helpthe South. Which only left the European governments with the optionof sit and wait. ( Full Answer )
The first chocolate maker in Europe was Cadbury. They were boxingchocolate candies in 1868. Chocolate had never been heard of inSpain until Christopher Columbus brought back cocoa beans to Spain.Spanish friars made the chocolate into a frothy drink that quicklybecame popular.
Save Europe first (read save Britain, since Britain was the only one remaining, other than the USSR...which was holding it's own). Churchill had been lobbying for years to get FDR into the war. After Pearl Harbor, the American people wanted to defeat Japan first, as Japan attacked the US...Germany d…id not! However, Churchill's lobbying efforts paid off, and FDR agreed to defeat Germany first. There was price for that "Germany first" policy however; the US Army, Navy, and Marine Corps received no reinforcements during their fighting in the Philippines, etc. in 1942; thus they had to surrender (the largest US surrenders in US history). ( Full Answer )
The Europe First policy was decided by Great Britain Prime Minister Winston Churchill and US President FDR during the FIRST WASHINGTON CONFERENCE (also known as the Arcadian Conference) on December 22, 1941 thru the weeks of January 1942. The policy was actually SAVE "Britain First", as Britain was …the only country remaining in Europe that wasn't occupied or neutral.. The USSR was not at the mercy of the U-Boat as the Island Kingdom of Britain was.. Even before Pearl Harbor was bombed, President Roosevelt knew he had to save Great Britain, before it fell to Germany. ( Full Answer )
Most countries in Europe are parliamentary democracies, including the UK, Netherlands, Ireland, Germany and Austria.. France and Russia have a semi-presidential system of government.. Europe's only dictatorship is Belorus.
Gunpowder came to Europe in the late 13th century. The first guns appeared along side.. To clarify your question, 'gun' can refer to either artillery/cannons or small arms.. The first small arms (i.e. hand cannon) appeared in the 14th Century.
Mycenians, Assyrian The first civilization was Mesopotamia in the Middle East, between two rivers: the Tigris, and the Euphrates.
The first advanced civilizations in Europe were the minoic and archaeic culteres on crete, influenced by Phoenicians traders and colonists form middle east. The earliest tracks dating back to 2000 BC, some sources say even 3000BC After the downfall of the minoic kingdoms the attic citystates i…n Greece, such as troy, Sparta or Athens rised, that was aroud 1000 -7000 BC. The first democracy in Athens in history was formed around 700BC. This age is generally known as the bronze age. ( Full Answer )
Europe is a continent composed of 51 countries and is not a single nation, meaning there are various forms of government present. Most European countries are republics, or representative democracies (France, Germany, Russia, etc.). Those remaining, with the exception of Vatican City and Belarus, are… constitutional monarchies (United Kingdom, Spain, Sweden, etc.). Vatican City is an absolute monarchy (theocracy) while Belarus is a dictatorship. ( Full Answer )
There are a variety of types of landforms found in Europe. Theselandforms include mountains, coastline, forest, as well as openplains.
Basically, the British and French would have been willing to participate, but the war ended too soon. Also, due to other European distractions, they were unable to join. If they were to join the war, they would have sided with the South. This would have eventually led to the South winning (most hist…orians would say), but because this is hypothetical, it never happened. Basically, they were willing to participate but never got the time to do it. ( Full Answer )
\nEurope's old form of Government was the Monarchy, but most of them today are democracy
In what region did people first form civilizations? The Indus Valley Civilization(north western regions of India) also where the oldest language in the world began,Sanskrit
Africa, where humanity started, or the middle east, where writing was invented. After that, government spread everywhere quickly!
There are many countries in western Europe so there are many forms of government. Commonly you have parliamentary democracies and constitutional monarchies. Western Europe is composed of many countries who have had many different types of governments throughout history. There have been democracies,… fascist governments, totalitarian governments, empires, monarchies, etc. Today, Western European countries are either republics or constitutional monarchies, with the exception of Vatican City (an absolute monarchy). ( Full Answer )
indus and yellow river valley P.S: any one who wants to leave smart comments about us cheaters can suck my balls
In Asia, civilizations first developed along the Yellow River inChina. They also developed along the Indus River, which is the areaknown as Pakistan today.
The first known civilization in Europe was the Minoan Civilization during the Bronze Age. It is believed to have formed in 2,700 BCE and lasted until 1,500 BCE. The first advanced civilization in Europe was Ancient Greece, lasting between 800 BCE and 600 CE.
Some of them were "profits and gains". Well the superpowers at that time want to gain credit for war and therefore they primarily split Germany into smaller countries. (Which has similarly done after WW2). The others were some independence movements if I am not wrong.
The land in river valleys is very fertile. It is easier to herdanimals when the land is flat. Water is a very essential thing forhumans and before wells it was easiest to get it from rivers. Watercan provide power, and assist trade.and also the river gives usfood like fish etc. Civilization first d…eveloped in the Indus River valley inpresent-day Pakistan. ( Full Answer )
Civilizations can be distinguished from other cultures by their high level of social complexity and organization, and by their diverse economic and cultural activities.
\n\n Charlemagne\n(742â814) also called Charles the Great or the father of Europe, is considered\none of the great leaders in history because he made significant contributions\nto Western civilization. As King, Charlemagne extended his empire, by\nconquering much of Western Europe (present-da…y France and southern Germany) and\nnorthern Italy. Charlemagne ordered many improvements, such as the building of\nnew roads and bridges, the standardizing of taxes and tolls, the compilation of\na code of civil laws and a code of church laws, also known as the Canon Law. At\nthis time few people could read and write, and because they came from various\ntribes, they spoke different languages. By making sure Latin was taught\nthroughout his empire, Charlemagne created a common language. He also installed\na library at his castle, where he invited scholars to live and work. These\nscholars translated and copied many manuscripts from Roman Empire and Greek\ntimes, preserving the vintage manuscripts. A cultural revival, called the\nCarolingian Renaissance, also took place during his reign. Charlemagne ordered\nthe bishops to set up schools for training monks and educating citizens-also\nknown as the Carolingian. Charlemagne also created the Carolingian Miniscule, was\na script. It\nwas used to produce classical texts, religious books and educational material. That\nis why Emperor Charlemagne had such a significant influence on the western\ncivilization. \n\n ( Full Answer )
There are more than 50 countries that make up the continent of Europe, and they do not all have the same form of government. However, most countries in Europe are parliamentary democracies, including the UK, Netherlands, Ireland, Germany and Austria. France and Russia have a semi-presidential system… of government. Europe's only dictatorship is Belorus. ( Full Answer )
In what ways were the Byzantine and Islamic civilizations different from the civilization developing in western Europe?
The European Union officially came into existence in 1993. At thattime it had 15 countries as members.
Monarchies were formed so that people could keep order but not like a dictator. Especially in an absolute monarchy.
There is no president of Europe. Europe is a continent and not a country, so it cannot have a leader.
The first recognised issue of paper money in Europe were paper 'coins' issued during the siege of Leiden (Netherlands) in 1574. The first true issue of paper money was in Stockholm (Sweden) in 1660.
France was not the first republic in Europe. The first formal republic in Europe was the Roman Republic, which began around 509 BC and merged into Imperial rule around the first century BC. The first modern republic in Europe was actually established in 1642 in England and Wales with the execution… of Charles I, and lasted until 1685 when Charles II was invited back to rule. France is the first Republic that remains a republic to this day, although with several autocratic interruptions over the years since it was first established as a republic after the French revolution of 1789. ( Full Answer )
Europe does not have a first language. But if you go with the population of the different countries who are forming Europe: German is the most spoken language. 1.- Germany with 82,369,600 2.- Turkey with 71,892,800 3.- France with 64,057,800 4- England with 60,943,900 5.- Italy: with 60,231,214… ( Full Answer )
water are form in Europe by the winds when the winds take water with them they may take it to other country so when they are dropped water is formed
Well the first guns where invented in China. Gunpowder was also discovered in China. The first handguns where also from China. Thanks to trade with Persians, Arabs and Turks the gun came to Europe where it changed warfare.
England in the 16th Century, Russia and Spain in the 20th Century. Also, in ancient times the Roman Republic fought a number of civil wars before the Roman Empire was established.
The first Greek speaking civilization that we have proof of is the Mycenean civilization that flurished from 16th century b.C. to 12th century b.C. The centre of this civilization was in Peloponnesus but encombassed most of southern Greece and even Crete and Cyprus islands
Colder Climate, Heavily Forested, Less Opportunity for Agriculture. More Conflict among Diverse Tribes. Roman Predation.
Prior to the Black Death, many countries were over populated. The plague killed many people, obviously, and this helped alleviate the overpopulation. The smaller amount of people helped with the lack of food (caused by a 'mini ice age' ) and also helped workers get into guilds and gave them the abil…ity to demand better pay. Also, it created an obsession with death that can be seen in art and literature. Religiously, many people turned to a severe form of asceticism, and became flagellants. They punished themselves for the sins of themselves and society. ( Full Answer )
the Germans and the French are the two most powerful civilizations. The British, Italians, Spaniards, and Russians come next.
The first Olympics were in Europe. The events started in 8th century BCE, Olympia, Greece and last up until the 4th century CE. The modern Olympics were created in 1896, in which the first games were held in Athens, Greece. So the first ancient Olympic games as well as the first modern Olympic games… were both held in Europe. ( Full Answer )
Europe has... - 39 Republics (Iceland, Ireland, Portugal, France, Switzerland, Germany, Austria, Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Hungary, Slovenia, Italy, San Marino, Malta, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Serbia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, Kazakhstan, Azerba…ijan, Armenia, Georgia, Russia, Bulgaria, Romania, Moldova, Ukraine, Belarus*, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, and Finland). - 11 Constitutional Monarchies (United Kingdom, Spain, Andorra, Monaco, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, and Sweden). - 1 Absolute Monarchy (Vatican City) * Belarus is considered to be a dictatorship, although it establishes itself as a republic. ( Full Answer )
Perhaps the first overthrowing of a monarch was in England. Charles I of England was beheaded by his own people during the English Civil War.
Humans are omnivores, meaning they can eat both meat and vegetation. Meat has been in the human diet since the beginning of man. So it is impossible to know who was the first European to consume beef.
Ethnic groups conquered and united lands, forming empires and states which eventually morphed into countries.
Andorra is a unitary parliamentary constitutional diarchy. Basically, Andorra is a constitutional diarchy. A diarchy is where there are two heads of state, compared to a monarchy which only has one. The President of France and the Bishop of Urgell serve as Co-Princes of Andorra.
That is a relatively unspecific question, seeing as wars throughout Europe have been going on for centuries and what would have been similar to a draft in these early wars may not be what we would consider to be a draft. For example, many European nations would use a method called "impressment" to i…ncrease their numbers in war. Impressment, during this time, was where one army would take captive a man or soldier from a different country and force them to serve in their army. There are also quite a few different countries in Europe, each which developed at slightly different rates, and the specifications as to what would constitute as a proper military might change what the answer to your question is. Another thing to consider is researching or asking about a specific country, and giving an idea of what you consider an official draft. ( Full Answer )
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Kempton is located in Tasmania, 49 kilometres north of Hobart. The village was first settled by Europeans in the year 1814. It is a small town with various historical landmarks such as the Dysart House, and the Wilmot Arms Inn.
Isn't the oldest civilization that of Mohenjo-Daro, located inIndia, going back thousands of years before civilization began inthe Middle East or China??
Primarily through converting and educating the people of Europe. The Benedictine monks copies ancient manuscripts for centuries before there were printing presses. They taught people to read and write. Charlemagne united all of Europe (save Spain) in the Holy Roman Empire. For more detailed informat…ion, read Ten Dates Every Catholic Should Know by Diane Moczar (information at the link below). For an even more detailed history get volumes 1, 2, and 3 of A History of Christendom by Warren H. Carroll. ( Full Answer )