The Battle Of Waterloo And The Final Defeat Of Napoleon Bonaparte
Napoleon Bonaparte's defeat at the Battle Of Waterloo marked the end of his rule as the Emperor of the French.
The Battle Of Plassey (1757): A Turning Point In India's History
It is claimed that the British rule in India actually begun after the British defeated the Nawab of Bengal at Plassey in the Battle of Plassey.
Prime Ministers Of The Republic Of Finland
The Finnish Prime Minister is appointed by the President to act as the Head of Government in Finland.
Taoiseach - Prime Minister Of Ireland
The Taoiseach is the head of government in the Republic of Ireland, appointed by the President with legislative approval.
Which Were The Oldest Newspapers Published In Africa?
The first newspaper of Africa was published by the French in the Isle de France, Mauritius in 1773.
Prime Ministers Of Sri Lanka Since 1972
The Sri Lankan Prime Minister is appointed by the President to head and lead the Cabinet.
Major Battles Of The Napoleonic Wars
Napoleon Bonaparte saw some of the greatest victories and defeats in military history over a decade and a half of war.
The Most Successful Formula One Grand Prix Winners
Michael Schumacher from Germany won 91 Formula One Grand Prix races, setting the highest record in the world.
Prime Ministers Of Belarus Since 1990
Since the Soviet Union was dissolved, these Prime Ministers have served as the Heads of State of an independent Belarus.
Kings And Queens Of Denmark Since 1848
Frederick VII saw Denmark transfer from an absolute to a constitutional monarchy in 1848.
The Oldest Newspapers Published In South Asia
The oldest recorded newspapers published in South Asia were mostly published in India during the British rule.
The Mughal Dynasty: Stories Of The Emperors Who Built And Destroyed The Empire
The Mughal Dynasty has been one of the most powerful dynasties of the world and its rulers left legacies that continue to inspire people of the modern...
Who Were The Nine Gems (Navratnas) Of Emperor Akbar, The Great Mughal Emperor?
The famous Mughal Emperor Akbar had selected nine great men from his kingdom who acted as his advisors and top officials in his court.
Religious Beliefs In Rwanda
The majority of Rwandans are either Catholic or Protestant Christians, alongside smaller Muslim populations.
Religious Beliefs In Azerbaijan
Azerbaijan is one of only a few overwhelmingly Shia majority countries, and also one of the most secular Muslim majority countries.
Presidents Of Lebanon Since Independence From France
Since the end of the French Mandate in 1945, these Presidents have helped lead the Lebanese Republic.
Nursultan Nazarbayev - 1st President Of Kazakhstan
Since Kazakhstan became an independent nation with the dissolution of the Soviet Union, it has had only 1 President.
Religious Beliefs In Hungary
Once an overwhelmingly Christian region, the modern nation of Hungary is becoming increasingly irreligious.
Religious Beliefs In Mali
Sunni Islam by far has the largest following in Mali, with minorities of animists, Roman Catholics, and Protestants.