Julius Caesar was not even capable of stopping or preventing the invasions from these barbaric tribes. Soon afterwards their economies began to suffer horribly from them having to pay more in order to enforce protection around the borders from unyielding invasions. What hurt them on the other hand was the lack in not electing a new leader to unify them and bring them back to their “Pax Ramona.” Both empires were able to reach the Golden Age. Now although their seemed to be a lot in common between the two empires, there are even more differences. The Roman Empire had a senate that they had to deal with and sometimes even appease.
In third century rome faced a lot of problems. It came from in and out of the empire. Some of those problems were military, political, economic. Internal problems and invasions made the empire fall as well. The roman empire the economy system got weak.
One of the causes of the decline of the Roman and Han Empire is the internal problems within the state. The problem in the Han Empire involved the development of fractions within the ranks of the ruling elites. That led to backstabbing among the ruling elites which in turn reduced the effectiveness of the central government. Like the Han, the Roman Empire emperors faced internal opposition. One of the problems was that there was fewer that twenty- six claimants to the imperial throne, known as the “barracks emperors.” Generals was mainly who seized power, held it briefly, and then suddenly lost it between rivals.
German Immigration and the Development of the Beer Industry in America. The most noted reason why Germans had left their homeland for America were varied. Some would say intolerable economic conditions in the German states and a desire for improvement in the shortest time as possible was one of the foremost reasons for the coming of Germans to America. Not only where the pauperize people were coming to America. There were many of the comparatively prosperous who also came; to better themselves economically.
Also, many experts say that it fell because of the lack of heart the people had to the Empire, the rise of Christianity, it was too immense to govern and protect, the decline of the economy and jobs, the army being made up of mostly foreigners, and outside invaders. Thus, one can say that the Empire collapsed more internally than externally. The first reason why the Western Roman Empire fell was because the people that lived in it had a lack of heart in the Empire. People didn’t believe the Empire was worth saving anymore. As Strayer, Gatzke, and Harbison state in their textbook The Course of Civilization states “The basic trouble was that very few inhabitants of the empire believed that the old civilization was worth saving… the overwhelming majority of the population had been systematically excluded from political responsibilities.
Rome had started Lack of stability and high power but a weak government. As the empire was getting weak invasions stared to happen. This problem helps explain why Rome “fell” because as the government was growing weak the empire was slowly falling down. Reason two is Military issues. The purpose of having a Military is to protect a country/ nation and
On the religious and political fronts, the Byzantine Empire experienced declining relations with the popes and princes of Western Europe and the formal schism between the Latin and Orthodox Churches in 1054. B0. Society and Urban Life 10. The Byzantine Empire experienced a decline of urbanism similar to that seen in the west, but not as severe. One result was the loss of the middle class so that Byzantine society was characterized by a tremendous gap between the wealth of the aristocrats and the poverty of the peasants.
Additionally, Henry's grasping nature was particularly unpopular among those expected to pay him and this stirred opposition making it difficult for Henry to collect revenues and improve financial stability. Henry took a particular interest in his finances and in the first two years of his reign Henry abandoned the Yorkist practice of using the chamber and instead decided to resume with the exchequer to take control of royal finances. However, by 1487 it was evident that this had been a major mistake. Due to Henry focusing on in hi security he neglected other important aspects of the crown like his estates. In Edward's reign
Civil War reduces the strength of the Roman Empire and made it vulnerable to the barbarian invaders because stalled expansion. What stalled expansion is they spent all their time fighting between themselves left less time for expansion, although it was accelerated as generals conquered foreign territory as shows of power.Gernals tightened roman defenses due to fear of inner raids, but this helped against outer attacks against enemies such as barbarians. Roman armies lost many soldier in wars which became difficult to replace overtime and this reduced the strength of the Roman Empire. Not only did stalled expansion play a part of the reduced strength of the roman empire such as it is today people in the roman armies and cities and governments had their opinion who the ruler should be and this caused civil war to break out in the roman empire and it caused the strength of the roman empire fall and made to vulnerable to outer attacks. The citizens of Rome became lazy and self-indulgent because.
When Hitler and the Nazis achieved absolute power by early August 1934, their main goals were to Nazify the German people, improve the economy (with their National Socialistic ideals), and overall maintain absolute power within Germany, while pursuing their radical ideologies. These goals were to be achieved through Hitler’s domestic policies. In order to Nazify every single person, the Nazis infiltrated every aspect of society as many ways as possible. Propaganda was used to persuade people into accepting and/or following Nazi ideals, which would be achieved through all types of media. The radio was a particularly effective device due to the fact that it was already a big source of entertainment.