The Tang kingdom conquered its adjacent areas through military exploitation since they had formed a strong military base that was well equipped. The Visigoths took advantage of a situation such as weakened systems before they launched a battle. It is evident when they took advantage of the falling Roman Empire.
Each built their own roads to help the military and built walls, for instance the Great Wall of China in Han China, to protect themselves from invasions. The economy of each civilization differed because Han had much recourse while Rome only had metals. This gave Han a great boost because they did not have to rely on other countries as much. Rome and Han shared the same social view of the male
The proclamation was only supposed to be temporary but since it was working so well (economically) for the British they decided to keep it. The Quartering Act made it easier for the British. The colonists did everything for them. It was harder for the colonists because they had to compete with the British in everything, including jobs. Basically the colonists were supporting the British.
Cannons prevented nobleman from waiting out the siege in their stone castle. Canons led to guns, which were originally very simple, and by today’s standards ineffective. They would often be used along side of traditional weapons such as pikes, lances, and crossbows. However, adding guns into the mix immediately changed the way battles were fought. The popularity of guns on the battlefield quickly led to great improvements in the technology.
The colonists lacked the amount of supply that the British had, they made up with this by having better weaponry. The British had an upper hand with economics over the colonists during the war The leadership and support of the Americans was greater than the British leadership and support, which was an advantage for the Americans. The American general, George Washington, was an intelligent fighter and politician. The British leaders, Howe and Clinton, made errors during the war that strongly hindered their outcome. The American’s original support was their morale and familiar terrain.
7, an upper-class roman philosopher and advisor to Emperor Nero, stated “...invented by someone with a mind that was nimble and sharp, but not great or elevated.” When referring to the hammer and the tongs, his point of view is that rather than making something meaningful, they use their sharp mind for making manual labor easier thus encouraging laziness. As an upper-classmen he is paying for the manual labor and not for his workers to be doing the easiest job they can find. Therefore, until we have one additional document for each society, we cannot truly understand Rome and China’s complete views on technology. Several people from both Rome and China who were sourced believed technology was very important. A Han government official from early second century B.C.E.
This helped Britain gain such a large Empire because by fighting and winning these wars they gained more of the land and more power over the people, it gives them more money and riches and they show themselves as the dominant country. They were able to then go and gain the other sections of India. Another way Britain gained such a large Empire was through trade. For example when the EIC (East Indian Company) started to trade in India they made money for the army and Britain as a whole, they also gained the trust of the people by trading fairly, and they got well paid in crates of spices, calico, gems and silk by the princes and Maharajas of India when the British helped them fight their battles. This helped Britain gain such a large Empire because by trading they got money and power so that they could send out exploration ships and armies to go to other countries and take it.
What also made the aqueducts so remarkable is that the Romans were able to calculate the angle of slope that was required in order to maintain water flow while still achieving the finish point. These are a few examples of how the Romans were not only brilliant with their architectural design and arithmetic but also on how to manage their use of supplies. Without aqueducts, much of Rome would have potentially died due to their nearby
The weapons are far more used and new ones are developed. The enemy targets the civilians and the infrastructures as well as the soldiers at the front, in the quest for "total victory" over the enemy's political, social and military structures.” (see source 7). In short, it is a war that affects the political, economical, social and technological sides of a country. The country I have chosen to write about is Britain. Britain had a very important role in the First World War, as they were a member of the Triple Entente as well as being one of the most powerful countries at the time.
Both dynasties made many great advancements, ecological and technological. The governments, however, had their own ways of maintain the political control over their regions. The Han Dynasty and Imperial Rome methods for maintaining political control were similar in many ways, such as their uses of the military and their centralized governments. They do this because it makes the most logical sense and is one of the more simplistic, yet efficient ways to keep society in check. The two dynasties are also quite different in many ways, including the roles of the citizens and the governments ways