Sweden Music

Sweden Music

An important phase of renewal in the Swedish music of the twentieth century opens during the 1940s, above all thanks to the activity of H. Rosenberg (1892-1985), composer who managed to graft the influence of the main European movements, especially Expressionism. A pupil of W. Stenhammar (1871-1927), Rosenberg was the author of a vast musical […]

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Turkey Archaeology

Turkey Archaeology

The archaeological documentation of ancient Anatolia has been substantially enriched thanks to excavations, explorations, recovery operations, systematic analyzes and fortuitous discoveries. In the decade following 1950, the number of archaeological expeditions, both Turkish and foreign, grew considerably. The research on the Paleolithic has made progress thanks to the excavation of the large cave of Karain, […]

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The Federal Republic of Nigeria

The Federal Republic of Nigeria

On the eve of independence (1960) three parties dominated politics: Northern peoples congress (NPC), dominated by the Hausa-fulani (conservative), Action group (AG), controlled by the Yoruba and Lagos, and NCNC, led by the Ibos (the seconds more progressive). The Northern region was disproportionately more populous than the other regions, and the central federal government was […]

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Norway Geography

Norway Geography

Coasts. – Two aspects of the coasts are more characteristic: the branched system of fjords and the fringe of numerous islands in which the configuration of the mainland continues. The fjords, which often extend into the submarine shoe, are submerged valleys, carved out by glaciers in the Tertiary valleys and often have a great depth […]

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Egypt Between 1940 and 1948

Egypt Between 1940 and 1948

The Second World War seized Egypt when public opinion that initially, except for the nationalists, had hailed the Anglo-Egyptian treaty of 1936 with applause, was taking an increasingly critical attitude towards it, feeling its political burdens. and economic for Egypt not compensated by adequate substantial advantages. Nonetheless, the government of ‛Alī Māhir Pashaà maintained the […]

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Argentina Between 1948 and 1960

Argentina Between 1948 and 1960

The partial elections of March 1948, despite the first symptoms of discontent aroused by the economic policy of the government of Perón, confirmed the popularity of Peronism and allowed the approval of the new constitution (March 16, 1949) which replaced that of 1853. The new rules inspired by nationalistic ideals, they strengthened the presidential authority […]

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Spain Transport

Spain Transport and Communications

The lack of a good network of communication routes is usually invoked to justify, at least in part, the little accentuated or delayed economic development of Spain. Undoubtedly this condition of things is also related to the difficult nature of the terrain, as well as to historical and political causes (regionalism); nevertheless it is easy […]

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Mexico religion and languages

Mexico Religions

Mythology and cosmogony. – It is difficult to study the myths of ancient Mexico, both for their complexity and for the contradictions of the sources. It is an animism with strong magical and totemic influences that seems to have gone through different phases. In the pre-Toltec period there is an invasion of Olmec and Otomí […]

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Australia irregular immigration

Australia Projection

The management of irregular immigration Australia recognizes the right to asylum and is a signatory to the Convention on the Status of Refugees. However, current government policy reveals a significant gap between the country’s human rights obligations and the treatment of asylum seekers and refugees. In fact, Canberra has adopted one of the most restrictive […]

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Libya in the 21st Century

Libya in the 21st Century

2006 was a turning point for the Law of Muammar Gaddafi (Mu῾ammar al-Qadhdhāfī), which was removed from the US list of countries supporting terrorism and was thus able to re-enter the official circles of international diplomacy, abandoning that status of pariah that had characterized its foreign policy since the 1970s. The openings of the international […]

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Austria Music

Austria Music

After World War II, music was a decisive factor in the process of cultural and social reorganization that took place with the new Republic. While the state and provincial government authorities took on the task of promoting and protecting musical life, a particular interest in the development of this traditional sector of Austrian culture manifested […]

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