Rank #1: 10.1- The International Working Men's Association
In 1864, a group of working men formed an international association called The International Working Men's Association.
Rank #2: 1.1- The Kingdoms of Charles Stuart
In 1625 Charles Stuart became king of England, Scotland and Ireland. His relationship with Parliament immediately got off on the wrong foot.
Rank #3: 9.01- New Spain
Rank #5: 6.01- The Chain of Time
After the fall of Napoleon, the Bourbon monarchy was restored.
Rank #6: 2.1- The Thirteen Colonies
A brief tour of the Thirteen Colonies.
Rank #9: 4.19- The History of Haiti
Rank #10: 1.2- Personal Rule
In the 1630s, King Charles ruled without Parliament. His financial policies and religious innovations annoyed many of his subjects.
Rank #11: 5.01- The Conquest
After Columbus "discovered" America the Spanish built up an empire upon which the sun never set.
Rank #12: 9.02- The Cry of Dolores
In 1810, Father Hidalgo let forth the Cry of Dolores.
Rank #13: 3.1- The Three Estates
The population of pre-Revolutionary France was divided into Three Estates: the Church, the Nobility and Everyone Else.
Rank #14: 4.01- Saint-Domingue
The French colony of Saint-Domingue was the single most lucrative colony in the New World.
Rank #15: 8.2- The Franco-Prussian War
Rank #16: 5.02- New Granada
After the Bourbons came to power they reformed the Spanish Empire and along the way created the Viceroyalty of New Granada.
Rank #17: 3.2-The Broken Regime
The Ancien Regime was a mess in desperate need of reform.
Rank #18: 2.2- The Stamp Act
After the French and Indian War, the British Ministry started levying new taxes on the colonies. The colonists were not amused.
Rank #19: 1.3- The Bishops' Wars
The Scots revolted after Charles tried to impose the Book of Common Prayer, forcing the King to recall Parliament.