Millennium History

History of North America

  • Trump Government

    The Trump Administration started in January 2017 and is expected to end in January 2021. His government has been marred by controversies such as the construction of a wall on the Mexican border or a rapprochement with North Korea. In turn, the US economy resumed growth and unemployment declined.

  • Bush Doctrine

    The Bush Doctrine was an American foreign policy guideline established by US President George W. Bush in 2002. This ideology favored preventive war, the fight against terrorism and the free movement of capital. It also declared three countries as members of the Axis of Evil:Iraq, Iran and North Ko

  • Machu Picchu

    Machu Picchu, also called “Lost City of the Incas ”, is an archaeological site located in Peru . This immense sanctuary is considered one of the most enigmatic places in Latin America. In 1983, it was declared by UNESCO as a Cultural Heritage of Humanity. In 2007, it was elected one of the Seven Wo

  • Simón Bolívar

    Simón Bolivar was a Venezuelan politician, military leader and revolutionary. His performance was essential for the independence process of several South American countries:Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, Peru and Venezuela. Bolívars main objective was to create a great country and believed in Latin

  • Inca culture

    The Inca culture it is the result of the fusion of the customs of several Andean civilizations. Many peoples settled in a territory between the Andes mountain range and the Pacific Ocean and remained isolated due to geographical conditions. However, they had domesticated cotton, used ceramics, as

  • War of Falklands

    The Falklands War (Falklands War or Guerra de las Malvinas ) was aconflict that took place in 1982 between Great Britain and Argentina . The aim was to gain possession of the archipelago, which is located 464 kilometers off the Argentine coast. There were two months of war that began on April 2 and

  • Big Stick Policy

    The Big Stick Policy is a reference to US President Theodore Roosevelts (1858 - 1919) style of resolving diplomatic conflicts. In a speech that took place in 1901, during a fair in Minnesota, the president used an African proverb that says:with smooth speech and a big club, you go far . This was t

  • Andean Community of Nations - Andean Pact

    The Andean Community of Nations , Andean Pact or Andean Group is an economic bloc that was founded on May 26, 1969 by South American countries. In Spanish, the name of the block is Comunidad Andean (CAN). Flag of the Andean Community of Nations It was through the “Carthagena Agreement” that the

  • Aztec Art

    Aztec art was produced by one of the pre-Columbian peoples, the Aztecs, who lived in what is now Mexico. It was the last pre-Columbian civilization that developed before the arrival of the Spaniards Their culture was very rich, and brought together many elements of the Mesoamerican peoples of anti

  • Inca Art

    The Inca art corresponds to that produced by the Inca civilization that inhabited part of the Andes, present-day Peru, between 3000 BC. and 1500 AD. Inserted in the Inca spirituality, the art produced was sophisticated and with advanced techniques. They produced several objects of handicraft, scul

  • Paraguay

    The Paraguay , whose official name is the Republic of Paraguay, is a country located in South America. Along with Bolivia, it is one of the two countries on the continent that does not have an outlet to the sea. It borders Argentina, Bolivia and Brazil. Paraná and Mato Grosso do Sul are Brazilian

  • Cuba

    Cuba , whose official name is the Republic of Cuba, is an island located in the Caribbean Sea. The country played a crucial geopolitical role in the 20th century, as it was the only socialist state geographically closest to the United States. General Data Name :Republic of Cuba Capital :Havana Cur

  • Secession War

    The “War of Secession” or “American Civil War” was a civil war that took place in the United States of America between 1861 and 1865. The conflict involved the Northern States (Union) and the Southern States (Confederate States of America) for the emancipation of slaves and ended with the victory o

  • American Imperialism

    American imperialism is a reference to the authoritarian behavior of military, cultural, political, geographic and economic influence of the United States over other countries. It is through this practice that successive US governments maintain economic control of various nations. The concept ref

  • Mexican Revolution (1910)

    The Mexican Revolution (1910) was an armed insurrection that took place in Mexico, of a liberal and popular character, formed by government dissidents, peasants and indigenous people. It also brought together socialist, liberal and anarchist leaders in the struggle for agrarian reform, nationalizat

  • United States flag

    The flag of the United States of America it has its origins in the war of independence of the 13 colonies. Its colors are red, blue and white and it has 13 stripes and 50 stars. Current flag of the United States of America Origin When George Washington led the American troops fighting the Britis

  • Missile Crisis

    The Missile Crisis , which occurred in October 1962, was a diplomatic incident between the United States and the Soviet Union, over the installation of missiles in Cuba. The event is considered the most tense moment of the Cold War when the world had a real chance of succumbing to nuclear war. Back

  • Mayan Art

    The Mayan art is that produced by the ancient civilization of the Mayans, one of the pre-Columbian peoples who inhabited Central America around 2600 BC. and which remained until the 17th century. The Mayan cities encompassed about five countries:Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras, and El Salvador.

  • Central America

    Central America it is an isthmus that joins South America and North America. It is limited to the north by the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico and to the south by Colombia, limited to the west by the Pacific Ocean and to the east by the Atlantic Ocean. Central America represents a mountainous area with

  • Canada

    The Canada is a country located in North America. It is the second country in the world in territorial extension. It borders the United States to the south and northwest (Alaska) and the Atlantic Ocean to the north. The Canadian flag depicts a maple leaf, typical of the region General Data Offici

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