On June 28, 1914, Gavrilo Princip shot the Archduke Ferdinand of Austria and his wife dead in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia. Princip was a Serbian terrorist and member of Black Hand Secret Society. This event led to Declaration of war on Serbia by Austria-Hungary which soon developed into the First World War. Although, this … Continue reading Detailed Analysis: WW1: Who was to Blame?
Ethics are the moral principles that impact the decisions made by a person. Ethics and Economy are strongly interlinked with each other as a person’s ethics, as well as his perception and attitude towards the economy greatly, affects his decision making which can have wide ranging consequences on the Economy of the region or country. … Continue reading Ethics and Economy
When we were in School, our teacher made us read a poem of Shelley. It was Ozymandias. A great piece but at that time I was not interested at all and all I cared about was finishing the class and play basketball or football. Only if I knew how awesome this person was, i would have … Continue reading Awesome Shelley
A revolt which began with the mutiny of sepoys initiated a chain of events which led to the freedom of India from the exploitative British rule. But is it righteous to call it “The First War of Independence” Several Historians have different views regarding this. One set of historians believes that 1857 was just an … Continue reading The Revolt of 1857: The First War of Independence?