Tag: "War"

Why Did the Patriots Win the Revolutionary War?

Why Did the Patriots Win the Revolutionary War?

You must have heard that wars are won by the passion and fervor not because of weapons. When we look over the past Revolutionary war then it is clear that patriots won the war well. Now, there are several reasons which force them to stand up and fight for their independence and they did so […]

Why Did the Revolutionary War Start

Why Did the Revolutionary War Start

There were many events, which led to the Revolutionary Wart start, so we cannot blame one event to this Revolutionary War.  The Revolutionary Wart created great tension among the colonists and the British Empire. Growing Independence As the British Empire was thousands of miles away and the colonist were going to be more independent in […]

Why Did the Civil War Happen

Why Did the Civil War Happen

There were in fact many reasons, which led to the Civil War on the American soil.  There were so many differences between different classes and cultures which brought them to massacre innocent and common people. Business Rivalries During this era the state was going to expand its boundaries.  So, they need to make coalition with […]

Why Did World War II Start?

Why Did World War II Start?

World War II began in 1939 as a conflict between European powers but later spread out to include most of the nations of the world. The conflict was an outcome of a very trivial issue. Some Polish, according to Hitler, “the regular polish troops” had inflicted damage on German transmitter, Gleiwitz. In reaction to this […]

Why Did World War I Begin?

Why Did World War I Begin?

World War I, famously known as the Great War, refers to a global conflict among two major world powers, the Central powers and the Allies. Among the numerous causes that formed the background for the outbreak of World War I, one of the most obvious was the assassination of Frencis Ferdinand, the Archduke of Austro-Hungary […]

Why Did Civil War Start?

Why Did Civil War Start?

CIVIL WAR IN ENGLAND In 1625, King Charles assumed the throne of England as a despotic ruler who would claim a divine right as the man of God on the earth with all the portfolios of governance vested in his appointment. The course of his unbridled creed reached its zenith when he dared to declare: […]