Chaemin's timeline

By Min Lee
  • 1400

    Early Expiration

    In the 1400s European explorers tested uncharted oceans in search of a better rute to Asia.
  • Oct 25, 1415

    battle of Agincourt

    There were conflicts between French and England. The issue was ownership of the several French territories.
  • 1440

    printing press

    The printing press has changed people's life by printing books so people can be educated through that.
  • 1517

    Ottoman rulers and conquerors

    Mediterranean, which was also subdued by the Arab conquerors of later centuries and by the Ottoman rulers who followed them. Ottoman expansion began in 1517 when Turkish troops defeated the Egyptian army.
  • 1543

    Copernican heliocentrism

    Copernican heliocentrism is the astronomical model developed by Nicolaus Copernicus and published in 1543.
  • 1551

    Tripoli fell to the Turks

    In 1551 Tripoli fell to the Turks, in 1574 a Turkish military force took Tunis and in 1587 Algeria became a Turkish regency.
  • Queen Elizabeth I award

    In 1600, Queen Elizabeth I was awarded the precursor of the British East India Company (EIC) with a Royal Charter.
  • Gunpowder plot

    It was a failed assassination attempt against King James I by a group of provincial English Catholics led by Robert Catesby who sought to restore the Catholic monarchy to England after decades of persecution against Catholics.
  • Galileo condemned the Catholic church

    Galileo condemned by the Catholic church for arguing that the sun is the center of universe
  • newton's laws

    Newton's laws of motion are three basic laws of classical mechanics that describe the relationship between the motion of an object and the forces acting on it.
  • Newton's Mathematical principal of Natural philosophy

    Newton's Mathematical principal of Natural philosophy becomes one of his several pioneering work of scientific inquiry
  • science revolution

    The Scientific Revolution was a series of events that marked the emergence of modern science during the early modern period, when developments in mathematics, physics, astronomy, biology and chemistry transformed the views of society about nature
  • Tow treatises on Civil Government

    John Lock's influential Tow treaties on civil government is published
  • Salem witch trials take place

    Salem witch trials take place in Massachusetts By a Colony.
  • Elizabeth Petrovna

    Elizabeth was born in 12/29/1709 on Moscow Russia
  • Letter Concerning the English Nation

    Voltaire write Letter Concerning the English Nation is published
  • American Colonies declare independence

    American Colonies declare independence from the British monarch. Adam Smith's important economics book the Wealth of Nation is published.
  • French revolution

    French revolutions occur. The people gained freedom by overthrowing the French monarchs Marie Antoinette and Louis XVI, who were the embodiment of luxury and waste, with the blood of the poor people who were struggling with taxes and tyranny to end the Enlightenment.
  • Start of the French revolution

    The fear of lower classes exploded
  • haitian revolution

    The Haitian Revolution was a successful insurrection by self-liberated slaves against French colonial rule in Saint-Domingue, now the sovereign state of Haiti. The revolt began on 22 August 1791 and ended in 1804 with the former colony's independence
  • end of french revolution

    The French revolution end.
  • new market

    The industrial revolution of the 1800s known no borders factories in Europe and the United state consumed tons of row materials and churned out the goods.
  • Started of colonies

    In the mid-1800s Europe and other countries saw themselves as an actor on the world stage and each country wanted to play a starring role.
  • Charles X less popular

    The new king, Charles X, who had succeeded his elder brother, Louis XVIII, in 1820, was even less popular than his predecessor.
  • France decided to intervene

    In 1830 France decided to intervene. The motivation for this decision was to be found in the sphere of French domestic politics. After Napoleon, the Bourbons had again ascended the throne, but their regime — the Restoration — was very unpopular.
  • Birth of Leopold

    Leopold II was the second King of the Belgians from 1865 to 1909
  • Citizen to move to colonies

    Throughout the 1800s, European leaders urged their citizen's far-off colonies. Many of them responded. In the 1840s, for example. for example, thousands of French citizens sailed across the farms and estates on lands seized from local Algerian farmers.
  • British emigrated to the far corners to globe

    The British, meanwhile, emigrated to the far corner of the globe, hoping to find opportunities, and New Zealand in the 1850s in search of gold. As the British government continued to acquire a vast tract of land in Africa, Asia, and the Pacific, the phrase "the sun never sets on the British Empire" became a popular way of describing Great Britain's vast Holding.
  • The army became a problem.

    The army became a problem in itself, however, in May 1857 when rumors spread among the Indian sepoys that the new breech-loading Enfield Rifles were lubricated with pig and cow lard.
  • birth of Mussolini

    Benito Mussolini was born on July 29, 1883, in Italy. He is remembered as establishing the first fascist movement in the world
  • Mussolini's birth

    Benito Mussolini was born on July 28, 1883, in Verano di Costa, Italy, Mussolini was the son of a blacksmith and ardent socialist Alessandro Mussolini, and a devout Catholic mother, Rosa Maltoni.
    (History channel)
  • Leopold get the congo

    On February 5, 1885, Belgian King Leopold II established the Congo Free State by brutally seizing the African landmass as his personal possession. Rather than control the Congo as a colony, as other European powers did throughout Africa, Leopold privately owned the region
  • Death of Leopold

    On 17 December 1909, Leopold II died at Laeken,
  • peaceful protestors defied

    On 13 April 1919, when peaceful protestors defied a government order and demonstrated against British colonial rule in Amritsar, they were blocked inside the walled Jallianwala Gardens and fired upon by Gurkha soldiers.
  • Mussolini became prime master of Italy

    Mussolini became the youngest prime master of Italy.
  • Mussolini controlled Italy

    Mussolini ruled over Italy.
  • Frantz Fanon

  • major nationwide protests

    Mahatma Gandhi led three major nationwide protests which achieved varying degrees of success in 1920-1922, 1930-1934 and 1942.
  • German Nazi

    Adolf Hitler got power over German and ruled German by Nazism.
  • Franco controlling Spain

    Franco gained military support from various regained group especially Nazi German and Kingdom of Italy
  • Churchill’s decision to send grain

    Churchill’s decision to send grain from Bengal to Yugoslavia to increase reserve stocks for the British Army caused the Great Bengal Famine of 1943, in which 4.3 million Indians died.
  • Mussolini's death

    On April 28, 1945, Benito Mussolini and his wife were shot by an Italian partisan who had arrested the couple trying to escape to Switzerland.
  • Cyril Radcliffe

    In 1947, Cyril Radcliffe, a British lawyer who had never previously spent any time in India, traveled to the subcontinent where he drew the division between Hindu-majority India and Muslim-majority Pakistan over a single lunch
  • British agreed to grant the subcontinent

    In 1947, the British eventually agreed to grant the subcontinent its independence as two separate religious nation-states, tactically using independence as a bargaining chip to erase the enormous debt that Britain owed India.
  • The Battle of Algier

    The Battle of Algiers provides a useful vehicle for the discussion of colonialism, wars of national liberation, and leftist politics, as well as contemporary issues regarding terrorism, torture, and the American military interventions in Iraq and Afghanistan.
  • End of battle of Algiers

  • evian agreement