European History

The Black Death: How It Ravaged Florence

March 30, 2021

The 1300s saw one of the worst pandemics in the human history. The bubonic plague, also known as the Black Death, made its way into the Italian Peninsula and laid waste to one of the most advanced community of medieval times. […]

The flag of Nazi Germany in 1933.
European History

The Totalitarian Regime of the Nazis

March 29, 2021

The Nazis could not win majority votes in the March 1933 elections. Nonetheless, they tried every possible means to establish dictatorship in Germany. And they succeeded. […]

The painting depicts the plague sweeping through Europe.
European History

The Black Death in Iberia and France

March 16, 2021

The plague in the Iberian Peninsula and France traveled through the countryside via the pilgrim routes, after entering the continent via islands and ports. […]

Hitler giving a speech.
European History

The Political Upheavals in Germany in 1932

March 15, 2021

Though the Nazis performed well in the July elections of 1932, they were disappointed. In November, their vote share dropped and continued to drop in the regional elections. […]

Hitler with the people of Germany.
European History

The Nazis on the German Political Stage

March 14, 2021

The Nazis were riding high on a successful wave of their propaganda and perpetual campaigning in 1930. It was in 1932 that they really got busy in a well-planned presidential campaign for Hitler. […]

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