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While defining the terms, explain how the traditions of indigenous Africans influenced their relations with Europeans?

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Though many Africans suffered under European colonialism, Africans still made huge contributions in bringing some of their practices to the West.  In cuisine, music and even religion Africans injected their own culture and left a lasting impression on the West.


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Who won the battle of monmouth

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The battle is generly taken as a draw

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What were European powers doing to the rest of the world in the late 1800s and early 1900s

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Many European Nations had slowly built their empire all over the world. Superpowers like Great Britain, Prussia, Russia and Austria had started to conquer their neighbouring countries.  Great Britain had expanded its territories all over the world. These nations aimed to expand their economies and extend their political territories all over the world.
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Why is Don Quixote considered to be a humanist work? It includes characters modeled on classical figures. It includes a knight fighting for the Roman Republic. It celebrates individuality by giving realistic portrayals of humanity. It includes a journey to hell, purgatory, and heaven.

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The correct answer is third statement. Don Quixote written by Miguel de Cervantes is considered to be humanist work because it celebrates individuality by giving realistic portrayals of humanity. Humanism is movement that puts man in the center of attention, emphasizing the value and moral of human beings, both individual and collective. Miguel de Cervantes tried to create Don Quixote to discuss human identity and morality.

C) It celebrates individuality by giving realistic portrayals of humanity.

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What date marked the beginning of americas involvement in ww2?

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December 7th, 1941 after the bombing of Pearl Harbor, that’s when America decided to step in
Hey there,
The answer to your question is 7th December,1941 on the Pearl Habour.
And 405,399 Americans were killed in action while 671,278 Americans were severely wounded.

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