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Selected articles on the Internet | Compress the universe from 13.8 billion years to one year and feel the insignificance and greatness of human beings.

2020-07-02 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

Just like the speech delivered by Mr. Zuo Guanjun on the 3rd birthday of the public number “Sit in the Well and Watch the Sky”(Click to read) It is said that the universe, the earth and human beings are the three aspects that I am interested in, and the combination point is history. What I • Read More »

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Empire and Church in the Chronicle of Emperors–An Investigation of Dialect History Writing in the Heyday of the Middle Ages

2020-06-30 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

· Historical Theory and History of Historiography· Empire and Church in the Chronicle of the Emperor -An Investigation of Dialect History Writing in the Heyday of the Middle Ages The development of historical writing and the rise of dialect literature are12An important part of the 20th century Renaissance.The historical writing of this period was deeply • Read More »

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Interviews with Professors’ Classification and Historians in 1950s

2020-06-24 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

Abstract:The classification of professors in 1956 was an important event in the history of education and learning since the founding of New China. From the national level, it is the product of the central government’s adjustment of policies towards senior intellectuals. For the professor group, it is an important identification related to its “birthright” and • Read More »

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The Origin of the Olympic Movement

2020-06-24 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

One day in 776 BC, the first Olympic Games on the Peloponnese Peninsula began. This is the day when the ancient Olympic Movement officially went down in history. Today, let’s trace back to the long river of history and explore the Olympics that you do not know. It is generally believed that the Olympic Games • Read More »

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NATO and Trans-Atlantic Air Pollution Control (1969-1976)

2020-06-24 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Culture.

:: History of international relations· NATO and Trans-Atlantic Air Pollution Control (1969-1976) The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is usually regarded as Europe and the United States.An international military and political organization established by the state to realize defense cooperation and political consultation.However, with the advent of the Cold War detente era and the rise of • Read More »

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Chao Fulin: A Key to Understanding Ancient China

2020-06-23 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: District.

《》 Chao Fulin, professor and doctoral supervisor of the School of History of Beijing Normal University, leader of the national key discipline of ancient Chinese history, director of the Research Center of Ancient Chinese History and director of the Research Center of Shang and Zhou Civilization, edited the textbook “Ancient Chinese History” (I) and won • Read More »

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On the Eastern Factors in Greek Civilization

2020-06-22 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: Character.

Summary: There are probably many people who believe today that Western civilization is very different from other civilizations in other parts of the world and evolved independently from ancient Greek and Roman civilizations through medieval Christian civilization to modern industrial civilization. Even some people attribute the political, economic, legal, cultural and educational systems in Europe • Read More »

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Selected Works | Hou Shudong: On Three Feudal Concepts

2020-06-22 | By Historian | No Comments | Filed in: World.

The word “feudalism” has polysemy. The academic history of this concept is composed of the history of the occurrence and development of the three major theories of narrow feudalism, broad feudalism and Marxist feudal concepts. The narrow concept of feudalism originated from the 16th century jurists’ research on the medieval “feudal law” in Western Europe, • Read More »

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