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National history is about things that are of historical significance to the whole country, like when it gained independence for example or how the country was officially founded or some of its famous leaders. Local history relates to history of a small area, like when a particular town was founded or history about a building or street in the town. They are historical, but don't have any influence on the nation as a whole or much interest to people outside of that local area.
They reflect the different government systems in France and Britain. France centralized, Britain decentralized. France secular and disregarding local religions. Britain assuming that local peoples have a faith. French decisions taken in Paris. Decision making taken at a lower and local level in British colonies. Imposition of the Code Civil by France. Tolerance of local laws except in the case of killing and outrageous punishments or customs (e.g. stoning,suttee) by the British. Assimilation of local elites by the French. Assumption that Africans would remain African by the British.
The destruction of the Spanish Armada in 1588 by the English under Francis Drake. The Spanish Armada and army badly outnumbered and out-gunned the English, but the tactical use of fire ships in the narrow English channel allowed an English victory. The Spanish Fleet was devastated as was the power of all of Spain.This is where the term "Black Irish" comes from. Remnants of the Armada sailed north and their ships crashed upon Ireland's rocky shores, the Spaniards integrated with the local population bringing with them their dark hair.
Because of the Boston Tea Party, where the local people of Boston stood up for there rights, to stop the British raising there taxes, this all started a chain reaction, which as you can see led to Britain's downfall....If the outcome had changed..Britain would probably still have a firm hand on America and possibly the world! Hope I have helped!
European economic policies contributed to famines in African colonies following World War 1 in several ways. The policies prioritized cash-crop production for export, neglecting food crops for local consumption. This led to a decline in food security and vulnerability to droughts and other natural disasters. Additionally, the forced labor systems imposed by colonial powers disrupted traditional agricultural practices and further exacerbated the food shortage, pushing many local populations into famine.
through a series of wars and revolutions in the early 19th century. Influenced by the ideals of the Enlightenment and inspired by the American and French revolutions, local leaders and revolutionaries emerged to challenge Spanish colonial rule. Successful independence movements, led by figures like Simon Bolivar and Jose de San Martin, eventually led to the establishment of independent nations throughout Latin America.
Early colonies contributed to the principles of modern American government through self government and the election of their local leaders.
Because the Spanish colonizers did not want the native people to know and learn Spanish. Instead, the colonizers learned the local languages.
Most of South America consisted of colonies of Spain, or had Spanish settlements, after the Spanish explorations and conquests that began in 1492. Central and South America are referred to as "Latin America" because of the Romance languages introduced there (Spanish, Portuguese, and French. In most cases, Catholicism also accompanied these European conquests. Brazil was settled by the Portuguese under the Treaty of Tordesillas (1494), and the three Guianas were colonies of England, France, and the Netherlands.
The main purpose of these colonies was converting local Indians to Catholicism.
The King presided in Madrid over an appointed Council of the Indies which drew up policy to be implemented through the regional Viceroys (initially two, later four) in Spanish America. Below them were provincial courts or audiencias with legislative powers. The system's domination by appointees from Spain becane a cause for complaint among Spanish settlers in the New World, contributing to the revolutions of the 1810s.
Wise leaders of any country or time period can always help avoid war to settle differences, but unfortunately the differences were becoming so great between Britain and the American colonies that war became inevitable. Unlike Spanish colonies where Spain often granted a large amount of local leadership and autonomy to the colony, England was always very restrictive of her colonies in terms of trade and representation. The leaders of the American colonies were very educated people, and wanted independence from the iron rule of England. On the opposite side, England saw the colonies as strictly a business and moneymaker for them because of the large amounts of resources available. England refused to give local control to the colonies, and continued to pass heavy taxes on the colonists to the point of financial slavery. The colonists had to revolt against this taxation without any form of representation, and there was little chance for agreement between the two sides since both were deeply convinced they were right and the other side was wrong. So, the answer is No!
Belgium stripped local African leaders of all political influence.
He took local leaders' sons to Cuzco for training.
The leaders gathered at the conference.The leaders of the local tribes turned up for the wedding.