European History: A Struggle for Existence


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European History: A Struggle for Existence
From the beginning of time, primitive organisms have struggled to stay alive, survive unfavorable conditions and forces of nature, and to adapt to an ever-changing environment. Human beings are certainly not the exception to this constant effort (sometimes struggle) to overcome obstacles, to adapt and to prosper in life. Throughout the course of history, evidence of mankind’s mission to succeed in spite of challenging surroundings is present in the rise and fall of empires, the quest for knowledge of the world in which we live, and in the wars we have fought to protect everything we’ve worked so hard to achieve. From the 16th century to the 20th century, Western civilization has undergone its...
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