History of Europe

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1. Fall of Rome
342 BC
476 AD
1204 AD
1096 BC
Rome was sacked in 476 by Vandals
2. Founder of Constantinople
Julius Caesar
Leonidas of Sparta
Constantine I
Constantinople was founded by Emperor Constantine, from whom got its name, in 324
3. Coronation of Charlemagne
800 AD
532 AD
1775 BC
33 BC
Charlemagne, The First Emperor of the Holy Roman Empire, was crowned in 800 at St. Peter's Basilica in Rome
4. Prevented the Muslim invasion of Europe (1356)
Wilhelm I
Pope Innocent III
Charles Martel
Martin Luther
At the Battle of Poitiers in France
5. Fall of Constantinople
1453 AD
1789 AD
555 BC
1914 AD
After the Continuous siege of it, Constantinople finally fell into Ottomans' hands on the 29th of May 1453
6. Beginning of Renaissance in Italy
11th Century
12th Century
13th Century
14th Century
Renaissance began after the End of The Middle Ages
7. Not one of Colombus' Ships
The Santa Maria
The Pinta
The Nina
Colombus' sailed to America with Three Ships: The Santa Maria, The Pinta and The Nina
8. Battle of Waterloo
1815 AD
1822 AD
1577 AD
1890 AD
Battle of Waterloo was fought on the 18th of June 1815, marking the End of The Napoleonic Wars
9. Unified Germany
Otto Von Bismarck
Adolf Hitler
Napoleon Bonaparte
Queen Victoria
The first unification of Germany occurred in 1871 after Prussia's victory in the Franco-Prussian War. Otto Von Bismark united all scattered parts of Germany except Austria
10. Treaty of Versailles
It was signed on The 28th of June 1919 after the End of The Great War (World War One)
11. Battle of Verdun
Took place in Western France during World War One. The Belligerent Nations were France and Germany
12. Axis Powers
Germany - Italy - France
Germany - Italy - Japan
Italy - United Kingdom - U.S.S.R.
U.S.S.R. - Germany - China
Also known as The Rome - Berlin - Tokyo Axis, it was a military coalition that fought against the Allies
13. General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union during the period 1953 - 1964
Mikhail Gorbachev
Vladimir Lenin
Joseph Stalin
Nikita Khrushchev
He took the lead in 1953 after Joseph Stalin's Death and ruled until 1963 when he was replaced by Leonid Brezhnev
14. Foundation of European Union
It was Founded through the Treaty of Maastricht
15. Serbia and Montenegro Separation
Serbia and Montenegro became separated countries in 2006, when the latter gained its full independence
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