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History of Morocco
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History of Morocco

History of Morocco The Barbary Coast during 16th – 20th century History of Morocco – For a long time Morocco, Libya, Tunisia Egypt, Niger, Mali and few other places were occupied by the Berber who belonged to the Afro-Asian family. They were also known as Imazighen or Maxyes. In the 15th and 16th centuries the…

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World Wars: Causes and Effects IV
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World Wars: Causes and Effects IV

Causes Practices and effects of wars 4: Effects of War Effects of war are both long term and short term and they are wide spread. What happens to the soldiers and civilians are different, nevertheless both suffer in times of war. The wars of the twentieth century were lead by WWI and WWII. Scores of…

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World Wars Causes and Effects III
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World Wars: Causes and Effects III

Causes practices and effects of wars-3: Nature of Warfare Warfare changed a lot during the 20th century. There were so many changes in the world in the field of technology and communication. This naturally affected warfare too. New arms and ammunitions were invented. What was used in one part of the world was known in…

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World Wars Causes and Effects II
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World Wars: Causes and Effects II

Causes, practices and effects of wars-II: Wars were widespread in the 20th century. The causes and practises of the war differed. The effects of wars were most often the same. What is war? War is a fight between two countries or two opposing group of companies. Each country aims to achieve their objective through force….

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World Wars: Causes and Effects I

Causes, practices and effects of wars-I: Wars were widespread in the 20th century. The causes and practises of the war differed. The effects of wars were most often the same. What is war? War is a fight between two countries or two opposing group of companies. Each country aims to achieve their objective through force….

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