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    History – Main Figures in World History

    1. Alexander the Great
    An article detailing the life and conquests of the Macedonian king, Alexander the Great (356-323 BC). Credited for creating one of the largest empires in the world during his short life, reflecting on his military strategies, his vision of a unified world and his premature death.

    2. Cleopatra VII
    An article focusing on the last active ruler of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt. It will cover her intelligence, her relationships with both Julius Caesar and Mark Antony, and her tragic ending, emphasizing her influence over the Roman leaders and Egypt’s independence.

    3. Genghis Khan
    An exploration of the Mongolian warrior, Genghis Khan, who established the largest contiguous empire, the Mongol Empire, in world history. Features his innovative military strategies, leadership techniques, and political insights, along with an analysis of his legacy.

    4. Joan of Arc
    A profile on the Maid of Orleans, Joan of Arc, who was a key figure in the Hundred Years’ War between France and England. She is celebrated for her tenacity, religious fervor, courage and role in rallying French morale, despite her persecution and execution.

    5. Christopher Columbus
    Examining the life and journeys of the Italian explorer who, backed by Spanish monarchy, undertook a voyage that led to the widespread awareness of the Americas in the Western Europe. The article debates his controversial legacy and his role in instigating global trade.

    6. Leonardo da Vinci
    A comprehensive article on the life and works of Leonardo da Vinci, the quintessential “Renaissance Man”. This covers his diverse range of interests and achievements in fields such as art, science, music, anatomy, engineering and philosophy.

    7. Martin Luther
    This article describes the German priest, Martin Luther, who initiated the Protestant Reformation. The narrative concentrates on his critique of the Catholic Church, his 95 Theses, and his influence on shaping Christian thought and Western culture.

    8. Isaac Newton
    A critical profile on Sir Isaac Newton, the English scientist who made significant contributions to physics, mathematics, and astronomy. Newton’s laws of motion and universal gravitation, his work on optics, and his development of Calculus are all meticulously covered.

    9. Abraham Lincoln
    An entry on the life and tenure of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, who successfully led the nation through its American Civil War preserving the Union, abolishing slavery and strengthening the federal government.

    10. Mahatma Gandhi
    A detailed examination of Mahatma Gandhi, the leader of the Indian independence movement against British rule. Certain to cover his philosophy of nonviolent resistance (Satyagraha), his role in India’s quest for independence, and his far-reaching influence on civil rights movements globally.