Mexico in the 1930's

Mexico in the 1930’s

According to localcollegeexplorer, President Cárdenas continued the policy of reforms according to the six-year plan of 1934. Up to September 1940 more than 18 million ha. dispossessed had been distributed among more than 10,600 indigenous communities (ejidos), grouping over 1 million growers; the railways were nationalized (June 1937). To protect the indigenous worker, immigration was […]

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Bulgaria History - Monetation

Bulgaria History – Monetation

Currency, intended as a common medium of exchange, appeared in Bulgaria only in the period of Byzantine domination (11th-12th centuries); in the first Bulgarian kingdom, which was characterized by a primitive economy based on barter, there was no real monetary regime. The monetary circulation, connected to the Byzantine economic and commercial system, developed rapidly starting […]

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Belgium Finance

Belgium Finance

The general budget of Belgium consists of: ordinary budget, including ordinary income (taxes, customs, state property, etc.) and ordinary expenses (public debt, state administrations, etc.); Extraordinary budget, including extraordinary income (sale of state assets, income for repairs) and extraordinary expenses (capital expenditures and expenses as a result of the war, including food allowances); budget of […]

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Australia Cinema

Australia Cinema

In 1896, a few months after the first Parisian film screening, the Australian public witnessed the presentation of a film show. The first works shown are not Australian, but they soon began to produce independently. Also in 1896, the Frenchman Sestrier films a horse show: the film report, known as the Melbourne Cup, is considered to […]

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India Economic and Financial Policy

India Economic and Financial Policy

Economic conditions. – The reform process initiated from above in the early 1990s – with the privatization of public enterprises, the abandonment of protectionism and the opening to international markets – has pushed the Indian economy to transform itself with speed among the highest in the world, with an average annual GDP growth of 7.5% […]

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Albania Costumes

Albania Costumes

According to topschoolsintheusa, the clothing of the Albanians, although it is very degenerate compared to what is still described to us by travelers of the middle of the last century, nevertheless retains not a few characteristic elements. The national badge is – it can be said – the white fez (qylaf or qeleshe), worn by […]

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Argentina in the 21st Century

Argentina in the 21st Century

At the turn of the 21st century, Argentina was going through a profound crisis: he saw the political and economic model which, launched in 1989 by the President of the Republic, the Peronist C. Menem, had characterized the country for about a decade, shattered. It was a neoliberal model supported by the great economic and financial […]

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Spain Economic Conditions

Spain Economic Conditions

The Spain, through the gradual process of democratization, the full application of the regional order (with the establishment of 17 autonomous communities) and the careful management of its resources and of the Euro-Community aid, has made much more conspicuous progress than those which they could be imagined in the second half of the 1980s, when the […]

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Poland religion and languages

Poland Language

The borders of the Polish language only partially agree with those of the Polish state. The eastern part of the Polish republic is linguistically mixed territory, often with a prevalence of alloglot elements; on the other hand, there are not a few speakers of the Polish language who live beyond state borders: in territories immediately […]

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Mexico public policy

Mexico Foreign Policy

President López Mateos, consistent with his reformism, fought against the foreign companies in whose hands almost the entire electricity industry was found, which at the end of 1961 was totally nationalized; he did not tolerate, however, the opposition, made up largely of intellectuals, students and railway workers, against which he used the strong manner. Land […]

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Sweden Early History

Sweden Early History

Sweden is mentioned for the first time by Roman authors (for prehistory see Nordic, civilization). Tacitus already mentions the numerous and seafaring lineages of the Svioni; later authors, such as Giordane and Procopio, give information on other peoples of the country, among others the Gauti and the Skridfinni. Of these peoples, the Svions (Svears) inhabited […]

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Lightning Ridge, South Australia

Australia Economic Sectors

The Australian economy, objectively disadvantaged by the territorial dispersion of settlements and therefore of productive activities, has in any case reached a very high level of development, first thanks to a form of substantial monoproduction, sheep breeding from wool (and only later also from meat), and later thanks to the progressive sectoral differentiation, which affected […]

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Bulgaria Early History

Bulgaria Early History

PREHISTORY The most ancient sites belong to the lower Paleolithic (cave of Samuilica II, frequented by the Mousterian at the beginning of the Epipaleolithic). The study of the painted pottery and the stratigraphy of the Karanovo Tell site (➔ # 10132;) gave a better defined cultural structure of the Neolithic Bulgaria in the basins of […]

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Plateau of Armenia

Turkey Boundaries

Boundaries. – Turkey is a republic that occupies a territory of 762,736 sq km, and includes Eastern Thrace in Europe (23,975 sq km) and in Asia the whole Anatolian peninsula (with the islands of Imbro and Tenedo), western Armenia and a small strip of Mesopotamia. Turkey is still a bicontinental state (like the USSR), the […]

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