Primo de Rivera´s rise to power as a consequence of army´s final defeat in 1921 Spanish strong anti-militaristic feelings began to take root in 1898, after losing colonial possessions during a whole century. The Spanish army was by the XX century a week organization, whose only area of operation was the Spanish protectorate of Morocco.  However in 1921 it was defeated by local Abd -el- Krim forces. This issue generated a deep political crisis in Spain and the conservative government was forced to elaborate an inform, known as Expediente Picasso explaining the King´s involvement and military errors that lead to the disaster. The inform publication was delayed and was to be published on September 1923, but finally never appeared as on 23 September of that year, Miguel Primo de Rivera, Catalan General carried out a coup d’état , with the approval of the King, and introduced a dictatorship that would last until 1930.
When specially authorized by the Sultan, Ibn Khaldoun sought reconciliation between him and the king of Qeshtala as Ibn Khaldoun was known for his predominant mind, strong evidence and great wisdom in dealing with everything. Yet, bad people, who always spoil good deeds, managed to corrupt the relationship between him and the Sultan. As a result Ibn Khaldoun left Andalusia to Morocco, but he returned there again after some years. Still, princes there
Why was Henry V so succesful in France 1415- 1422? Henry V was succesful in eventually getting what he always wanted, The Treaty of Troyes in France in many ways. His leadership and belief from early on that he would succeed in getting what he wanted thrived on, taking him and his men through Harfleur, Agincourt and furthermore gaining more land in France. His success began early on with his preperations for his frist invasion. Due to Henry being popular parliament were willing to help finance his invasion.
Let’s begin with a brief introduction of the country itself; Sierra Leone is Western Africa, bordering the North Atlantic Ocean, between Guinea and Liberia (About.com Geography, 2005) .It inherited poverty, corrupt leaders and a diamond rich countryside which created an environment of unrest which exploded into a decade long civil war in 1991. CAUSES AND ROOTS OF CIVIL WAR To trace the major causes of the revolt the most significant was obviously the absence of strong leaders who could establish order in the country. As the focus here is the Civil war which begins in 1991 the early politics of the country is irrelevant but it must be established that since independence the economics and politics of SL was extremely disorganized. After series of military coups since the independence a man named Joseph Momoh becomes the president of SL and soon after stepping in position 1987 Momoh declares state of economic emergency giving himself greater control over SL’s economy but he was not regarded as a dictator instead, his people viewed him as far too weak and inattentive to the affairs of state and because he was surrounded by corrupt ministers (Shah, 2001) he drew a lot of bad attention from the military and the public so it was not long before other parties would begin to agitate the situation for their own gains. THE CIVIL WAR 1991 On the fateful day of 23 March 1991 a rebellion which began as a
These kept the army motivated and satisfied with little direct pay or supplies, so long as expansion continued. Legacy Primarily through military expeditions, Muslim armies conquered much of the Persian and Byzantine Empires under 'Umar's reign. With such rapid expansion, 'Umar had the difficult task of creating uniform policy throughout the empire. Now known for his political and administrative abilities, 'Umar was able to successfully bring newly conquered people into the Islamic community and preserve unity. Part of his success rests on his willingness to allow conquered people to retain many of their religious customs so long as they still pledged political
Lifting its head from a century of isolationism and flexing its muscles against the Spanish, the US now transitioned to a vigorous role in world affairs. The war demonstrated a US move towards imperialism (the taking of colonies). In general, this shift in policy was quite surprising, since the US, once a colony itself, had generally opposed the European colonial habit. Before the Spanish-American War, Congress even passed the Teller Amendment promising that the US would leave Cuba independent; but during the war or just after, the US annexed Guam, Hawaii, Puerto Rico, and the Philippines. So the U.S can provide coaling stations for the US Navy throughout the world.
For this reason, Britain concluded a treaty of peace to end piracy and plundering and desist from the slave trade. Consequently, there were taken actions to defend British marine routes. However, many historians insist that Britain followed its geopolitical interests and wanted to establish supremacy in the Pirate Coast. As a result, current essay intends to reveal the history
We see our independence again when President Monroe issues what is known as the Monroe Doctrine, stern warning for Europe and the rest of the world to stay out of the Western Hemisphere. Although in this instance we did not acquire any additional territory, the spirit of Manifest Destiny was there. As the “city upon a hill” we were obligated to protect the growth of democracy in the Western Hemisphere. It was our destiny to allow other nations to have the benefits of a government that is true and just, and we were willing to fight for that. Finally, the creation of the Santa-Fe Trail is another example of Manifest Destiny.
Slavery was seen as a moral abomination in the North and as a way of life in the South. Northern reformers and wanted to abolish slavery, while Southerners were devoted to its preservation. The northern and southern states had created an equal balance between free and slave states to prevent the opposing side from gaining too much power. When Missouri applied for admission to the union as a slave state in 1819, the delicate balance between the two regions was threatened. Missouri admission a slave state would make it the 12th slave state and would thrust slavery farther north.
Morocco is an attractive country for people to naturally visit, with desirable hot climates and large beaches, with the entire north of the country being a costline, which is what lots of people go on holiday for. But for every strength to Morocco's decision there are also many weaknesses. Tourism is an incredibly unstable