HISTORY HIGH SCHOOL

Why was the 1848 revolt in Prussia successful only in the short term?

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Answer 1
Answer: German liberals were part of Europe's 1848 revolutions. In the German areas the goal was to end autocratic rule. With some initial success, a liberal assembly was convened in Frankfort convention with democratic ideas. The king of Prussia was offered the position of becoming the emperor of the German States under the democratic policies of the 1848 assembly. The liberals lacked military power, and the King of Prussia, who refused the offer. Conservative power was then restored to the German "States". Without liberal support from Prussia, the 1848 revolution failed. As an aside, however, it caused many Germans to seek a new home in the United States.
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The new elected assembly was dissolved a year later.

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HIGH SCHOOL

Read the passage. Although the Dakota Territory was organized in 1861, the population was quite small, and the majority of the population were American Indians. The Homestead Act of 1862 drew homesteaders, and soon large cattle ranches were proving to Americans that farmers could be successful in the northern Great Plains. Transportation became easier between 1871 and 1889, when more than two thousand lines of railroad track were laid across the state. The effect on the population was dramatic. In 1860 the white population of North Dakota was 2,576. By 1889, that number had jumped to 191,000. Both North Dakota and South Dakota were able to apply for statehood.

According to the passage, which factors contributed to North Dakota and South Dakota becoming states? Check all that apply.

the establishment of a major shipping port that improved the local economy
the construction of large factories that attracted settlers looking for work
the migration of many American Indians from neighboring states
the success of large cattle ranches
the expansion of railroad lines
the passing of the Homestead Act
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North and South Dakota grew large enough to become states because of various factors such as:

  • the success of large cattle ranches
  • the expansion of railroad lines
  • the passing of the Homestead Act

The success of cattle ranches drew Americans from the east to the Dakotas as they aimed to get jobs and benefit from the cattle business.

The Homestead Act passed by the Lincoln Administration promised a lot of land to Americans at very cheap rates thereby encouraging many to move out west.

The expansion of railroad lines such as the Transcontinental railway made it easier for people to get to the Dakotas.

All these contributed to the white population of the Dakotas increasing and so we can conclude that they enabled both states to apply for statehood.

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The success of large cattle ranches
the expansion of railroad lines
the passing of the Homestead Act
MIDDLE SCHOOL

When writing the constitution the framers gave ___ the power to admit new states

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When writing the constitution the framers gave congress the power to admit new states.  :D

Congress............
HIGH SCHOOL

How did the fourth crusade contribute to the Byzantine empire's downfall

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Answer: Actually it is the people of the Fourth Crusade who captured and partitioned the empire.

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The Crusaders reconquered parts of Anatolia, captured Jerusalem, and returned the land they conquered in Anatolia to the Byzantine Empire. Which in turn led the fall of the Byzantine Empire.

It caused the death of the most able and respected Byzantine emperor, Leo III.

It left Constantinople permanently damaged after the crusaders looted all the valuables.

It led to large-scale conflicts which broke out between military forces and Byzantine civilians.

It unleashed a terrible plague on Constantinople, drastically reducing its population and causing mass death

The people of the Fourth Crusade were the ones who captured and partitioned the empire.
HIGH SCHOOL

Why did the Mongol invasions of Japan fail? The Japanese were superior fighters.
An outbreak of smallpox had weakened Mongol troops.
Typhoon winds destroyed the Mongol fleet.
The Mongols could not make enough weapons.

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The Mongol invasions of Japan failed because Typhoon winds destroyed the Mongol fleet. The Mongols failed to conquer Japan even though they had successfully conquered the much larger land of China and also Korea. The typhoons that saved Japan did not even happen just once but twice ! Both times that the Mongols set out to conquer Japan, their fleets were destroyed by typhoons. Japan was geographically in luck and also helped by nature.

I believe the answer is Typhoon winds destroyed the Mongol fleet.

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