Answer (1 of 2): The question is mistaken: the nationalisation of the Caspian Sea oilfields did trigger the wrath of the Western Powers. They sent invading armies to overthrow the Soviet govemment.
Answer (1 of 10): To Huijan Wu and others. I CANNOT IGNORE WHAT’S HAPPENING HERE. Let’s talk about the reality first before spurring the real and not really real facts around especially from 1900’s.
Answer (1 of 9): Nanjing was then the capital city of China. The aim of the massacre was to instill terror and fear towards the invading Japanese army.
Answer (1 of 7): They think they can have it one way. Not good for immigrants when they ask us to go back where you came from. Why didn’t they leave when we were asking them to go back to where they came from?
Answer (1 of 3): It has been my experience that it's not so much taboo, as much as it's just not focused on at all in school, and therefore not often a topic of conversation.
Answer (1 of 4): I’m not sure whether you mean physical tools, or political/psychological ones. On the political side, I would cite the “Doctrine of Lapse”, widely practiced by the British in C19 - mostly in India, sometimes also in Africa and elsewhere: If, in a traditional monarchy or tribal ...
Answer (1 of 5): It means a country is no longer a country, it is a colony as such and not a sovereign state. In the historical sense when the Europeans and the US colonized a country, it was for the benefit of that country, kinda like a leach that sucked the blood out of the colonial victim for ...