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Bibliography of Japanese history

Prescott, Anne. East Asia in the World: An Introduction 2015. Nimmo, William F. Stars and Stripes across the Pacific: The United States, Japan, and Asia / Pacific Region, 1895-1945. Shavit, David. The United States in Asia: A Historical Dictionary New York: Greenwood Press, 1990. Clyde, Paul Hibbert. A History of the Modern and Contemporary Far East: A Survey of Western Contacts with Eastern Asia during the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries New York: Prentice-Hall, 1937. Clyde, Paul Hibbert. The Far East: A History of the Impact of the West on Eastern Asia. New York: Prentice-Hall, 1948. Best, Antony, ed. The International History of East Asia, 1900-1968: Trade, Ideology and the Quest for Order London: Routledge, 2010. Holcombe, Charles. A History of East Asia: From the Origins of Civilization to the Twenty-First Century 2010. Reid, Anthony. A History of Southeast Asia: Critical Crossroads Blackwell History of the World, 2015. Chickering, Roger, and Stig Forster, eds. The Shadows of Total War: Europe, East Asia, and the United States, 1919-1939 New York: Cambridge University Press, 2003. Field, Andrew. Royal Navy Strategy in the Far East, 1919-1939: Preparing for War against Japan. Lipman, Jonathan N. and Barbara A. Molony. Modern East Asia: An Integrated History 2011. Ebrey, Patricia Buckley, and Anne Walthall. East Asia: A Cultural, Social, and Political History 2 vol. 2008-2013. Jensen, Richard, Jon Davidann, and Yoneyuki Sugita, eds. Trans-Pacific Relations: America, Europe, and Asia in the Twentieth Century.

                                               

Jewish military history

While complete details in the Biblical account of a system of fighting forms are not extant, the Midrashic, Talmudic, and Rabbinic accounts testify to fighting and combat strategies used by the ancient Israelites as well as legendary depictions of Israelite combatants. In July 587 BC, Zedekiah rebelled against Babylonia, making an Alliance with Egypt, Nebuchadnezzar besieged Jerusalem again, starving people. The siege led to the destruction of Jerusalem and fall of Judah.

                                               

Timeline of pre–United States history

600 CE – Emergence of Mississippian culture in North America. C. 11.500 BCE – Start of Clovis Culture in North America. 250–900 CE – Classic Period of the Maya Civilization. C. 27.000–12.000 years ago – Humans cross the Beringia land bridge into North and then South America. Dates of earliest migration to the Americas is highly debated. C. 10.200 BCE – Cooper Bison skull is painted with a red zigzag in present-day Oklahoma, becoming the oldest known painted object in North America. C. 15.500 year old arrowhead, oldest verified arrowhead in the Americas, found in Texas. C. 9500 BC – Cordilleran and Laurentide Ice Sheets retreat enough to open a habitable ice-free corridor through the northern half of the continent North America along the eastern flank of the Rocky Mountains. 200 CE – Pyramid of the Sun built near modern day Mexico City. C. 1000 BCE-1000 CE – Woodland Period of Pre-Columbian Native Americans in Eastern America.

                                               

The Companion to Tasmanian History

The Companion to Tasmanian History was a book produced in 2005 by the Centre for Tasmanian Historical Studies at the University of Tasmania, in conjunction with the Tasmanian Government celebrations of the Bicentenary of Tasmania. The project to compile Tom began 2002 the editorial Committee composed of Michael Rowe, Henry Reynolds, Stefan Petrow and Alison Alexander from the University of Tasmania and Michael to go Astrolabe books, and Barbara Valentine from Launceston. The alphabetical section contains a number of articles 1073, ranging through biographical sketches, places, and issues that span the entire length of the marsupial history.

                                               

Cyclical theory (United States history)

The cyclical theory refers to a model used by historians Arthur M. Schlesinger Sr. and Arthur M. Schlesinger Jr. to explain the fluctuations in politics throughout American history. In this theory, the United Statess national mood alternates between liberalism and conservatism. Each phase has characteristic features, and each phase is self-limiting, generating the other phase. This alternation has repeated itself several times over the history of the United States. Same theory for American foreign policy, was proposed by historian Frank J. Klingberg. He suggested that the United States has fluctuated between foreign policy extroversion and introversion, the willingness to go on international adventures, and the reluctance to do it. Several other cycles in American history have been proposed with varying degrees of support.

                                               

HistoryLink

HistoryLink is an online encyclopedia of Washington State history. The site has nearly 7.000 entries and attracts 5.000 daily visitors. It has 500 biographies and more than 14.000 images. Nonprofit organization history historical ink produces HistoryLink.org in stating that it is the first online encyclopedia of local and state history created specifically for the Internet. Walt Crowley was the founding President and Executive Director.

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