Thalassocracy Political and economic power of a state based on the dominance of commercial sea lanes; rule of the seas by a state; maritime empire. Other word suggestions… Globalization Courtesy Modernity Lay Colonization Prehistory Counter-Reform Human Rights
Ephemerides (in Latin, "daily memorial") is a chronological succession of dates and their respective events. Check below the historical ephemerides we have registered. Periodically we will publish new facts. Soon more months. January 24 41 - Gaius Caesar Germanicus (Caligula) is assassinated by his Praetorian Guard.
In this section we seek to illustrate some historical events using images and brief explanations. Select the desired subject below. Soon we will include new subjects. From Discovery to Guarani Wars Immigration to Brazil Discovery from Brazil to hereditary captaincies
For many years Brazil had four different spindles. However, in 2008, President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva passed a law to reduce a time zone in the Northern region. In this sense, the far west of the Brazilian territory (located at -75 ° West of the Greenwich Meridian) had its time advanced by one hour, setting the same time as the -60 ° time zone.
Nazism Nazism was a political regime instituted in 1934 in Germany by Adolf Hitler and was inspired by Mussolini's Italian fascism, but taken to a more extreme degree. In addition to the fascist characteristics (totalitarianism, nationalism, militarism, imperialism, personality cult and violent repression), Nazism also defended anti-Semitism and racism (considered the Aryan race, of which the Germans would be the best representatives, as superior to all the others).
Renewable vs. Nonrenewable Resources Man has long realized that he could turn to nature to solve his hunger, cold, and protection problems. Thus, throughout history, it has developed mechanisms to better utilize the resources found in it. The techniques of planting, harvesting, extracting and transforming natural resources have been increasingly improved.