Between 1450-1750, the Early Modern Era, Spain impacted the Americas by changing the trade between countries, the fall of the Spanish government’s effect on, and the labor relationships when slaves were used, then were not. Whereas the and the tribute system was slightly changed, but the overall idea remained the same. The trade was limited to Spain only, but towards the end of the era, more people joined the trade. The fall of the hold on the Americas by Spain was caused by different rivalries. The labor relationships were changed from slavery, to paid workers. The continuity of the tribute system of using the natives was kept the same because of the labor that each economic work field required. The trade in the Americas was restricted by the Spanish due to their greed for wealth and needs that the Americas provided for. The declination of Spain’s hold on the Incas was a gradual change on the trade because other countries were not restricted to not trading with the Americas. The evidence of the change can be seen starting from the 18th century, when foreign wars, increasing debt, declining population, and internal revolts weakened Spain. Spain’s rivals, France, England, and Holland, were able to reach Spanish-America and soon started their own colonies. The effects were the declining of Spain and the loss of Spain’s monopoly. This step helped other countries advance in their materials and to expand. Examples such as this can be seen throughout the world economy on many trade routes such as the rise and fall of China’s influence on the Silk Road. The fall of the Spanish power on the Americas was not present in the beginning of the era. In the beginning of the era, Spain was the only country to interact with the Americas. The gradual change, connected to the change of trade, was effected by the wars, debt, declination of the population, and revolts. All of these aspects were the reason that Spain’s hold on the Americas declined. The later effects were that Spain would lose of advantage of using America for themselves and the rise of other countries due to the use of the Americas. The Spanish government took advantage of the silver in Peru and used it to improve the Spanish economy, later causing the use of Americas as an advantage to be a constant variable throughout the early modern era. Many empires had declined because of the same issues, however a specific example would be the Mongols in Russia when they at first had a powerful hold on Russia, but was later kicked out. The labor relationships of the Indians in the start of the early modern era was that Indians and Africans were used as slaves in the work fields. The change happened when many people revolted…
AP Euro 1st block
In early modern Europe, there were various assumptions about children. Due to these assumptions, people had different views on how children should be raised and treated. Some people believed that children were loving and gentle while others believed that children were annoying and inferior. Also, there were some that children should be educated and there should be reason for punishment.
Many people in early modern Europe saw children as loving, gentle, and…
Prelim. Modern History Exam Notes
Causes – background, long-term, short-term events that began the genocide
Short-term: assassination of Habyarimana Hutu extremists used this as an opportunity to blame Tutsi rebels and initiate genocide throughout Rwanda. His death was the catalyst for genocide.
Course of events – what happened, what actions did groups and individuals take?
Rwandan Key Players
Q. How flexible were Protestant educators in their efforts to educate the English people in the Protestant religion in this period?
The Protestantisation of the English nation and English identity in the early modern period did not happen with the flick of a switch, if indeed, it really happened at all. In order to extrapolate the success and meaning of the indoctrination of Protestantism in this period, a dissection of the essay question into its key signifiers is necessary. The three emboldened…
struggling with their labour power and relied on zoo animals and Women to build railroads and pull coal around. Both sources say the both nations suffered from the war and payed the consequences for it on the Homefront.
By Kingston Day
12 Modern History
a new organization called the Duma.
He retained for himself the right to declare war, to control the Orthodox Church and to dissolve the Duma. The Tsar also had the power to appoint and dismiss ministers.
Assessment task: Modern history…
Modern History – ‘Assess the tensions in Europe at the beginning of the 20th century and how they contributed to the outbreak of WWI.’
There are a number of situations and key events that heightened tensions at the beginning of the twentieth century and heavily contributed to the outbreak of World War One. These include the ideals of militarism which saw a new uprise of military power and competitiveness between nations as well as the formation of alliances which served to unease European nations…
instead become a game for experts, while the public had become pervasively ignorant of the ways in which architecture carried meaning.
Presenting both a fresh theoretical orientation and a large body of new primary research, it offers a new cultural history of virtually all the major monuments of eighteenth-century Parisian architecture, with detailed analyses of the public debates that erupted around such Parisian monuments as the east façade of the Louvre, the Place Louis XV [the Place de la Concorde]…
the field of psychology during an era when women were thought to be inferior to men. Anna struggled with emerging from the shadow of her brilliant father Sigmund Freud, and developing her own role as his colleague and successor of the psychoanalytic theory. She is a credited founder of childhood psychoanalysis with emphasis on ego psychology, defense mechanism, repression, and the discovery of child play. Her many contributions paved the way in the evolution of modern psychoanalysis and childhood psychology…
Modern Study Notes
– the reasons for the stalemate on the Western Front
The Schlieffen Plan
Belief Russia would be long to mobilise
Made by Count von Schlieffen, put into effect by Moltke
Original idea to create the hammer swing that went through Belgium and the Netherlands and a hinge on the German-French border.
Moltke modified this-
Weakened hammer swing and added to the hinge
Change the direction to avoid the Netherlands as to respect the neutrality
The delays gave the French and Belgians…