1. Napoleonic Wars
This war arose during Napoleon Bonaparte ruled France from 1799 to 1815 and wide-ranging impact in Europe. Napoleon Bonaparte seized power in France through a 18 Brumaire coup rearranging the military system in France and surprisingly managed to extend French rule until control of almost the entire European region.
But the French were powerless against the English and Russian. Napoleonic Wars ended when he suffered a defeat at the Battle of Waterloo (June 18, 1815) and the agreement on the Paris pact 2nd. The number of victims around 3,250,000 to 6,500,000 million people.
2. World War I
The war lasted from 28 July 1914 until 11 November 1918 against the backdrop of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria assassinated Serbian terrorist group members, Gavrilo Princip in Sarajevo. War exposes the central block (Austria, Germany, Turkey, Bulgaria) with block allies (Russia, France, Britain, Canada, Italy, United States). War is a milestone in the collapse of the absolute monarchy in the world. In addition, 4 dynasty, Habsburg, Romanov, Hohenzollern and Ottoman, which has roots of power until the time of the Crusades, all fell after the war. The war killed 40 million people around the world and the emergence of economic depression in 1929.
3. World War II
Runs from September 1, 1939 until August 14, 1945 in 3 continents: Asia, Africa, and Europe. In Europe, Adolf Hitler as chancellor of Germany is trying to revive the glory of Germany through the advance of fascism attacked Poland. Further aided by Italy and the Soviet Union, Germany continues to expand its occupation. In Asia, Japan suddenly attacked the U.S. naval base at Pearl Harbour on December 7, 1941, dragging Asia as a World War II battlefield. The United States did not initially start up arms in the war against the Axis bloc, joined with Britain and France.
Soviet Union were suddenly attacked by his own allies, Germany through Operation Barbarossa in 1941 and began a series of turning hostile German defeat. The war ended on August 14, 1945 with the Japanese surrender to the Allies after 2 city, Hiroshima and Nagasaki atomic bomb was sentenced by United States. This war resulted in 50 million dead, the birth of the UN, and the emergence of the Soviet Union and the United States as a superpower.
4. Mongol expansion
Mongol expansion is a major expansion of the Mongols, led by Genghis Khan to conquer Eurasia region in the early 13th century. By bringing horsemen in a large number of highly trained, Genghis Khan managed to spread terror in seantaro Eurasia during the first decade. Genghis Khan conquered China succeeded, beating Russia, destroying the Persian Empire, annexed Poland and Hungary, as well as destroyed the lantahkan Baghdad as the center of the Islamic caliphate at that time. Expansion and objective manner different from Genghis Khan emperors sebeumnya. He is destroying everything in sight, indiscriminately. He attacked not to govern, but to loot, rape, and kidnapping the girls for they bring to the country, this is what made him feared throughout Eurasia.
5. Crusade (Crusade)
A war to be fought over Jerusalem, which extends the most powerful religious conflict throughout history, starting from the Christian Pope sanctioned in the name of Christianity tried to retake the territory of Jerusalem and the "Holy Land" from Muslim rule. The war lasted for several periods from the 9th century until the 16th century AD. The first Crusade was launched in 1095 by Pope Urban II. The war resulted in the name of Salahuddin Al Ayyubi and Richard "The Lion Heart" as the heroes on both sides. This war is a little much influence in Europe led to the Renaissance. Until now, the term crusade is used to indicate inter-religious conflict that lasted until today.
6. Israeli-Palestinian war
Occurred from 1948 when the British seized Palestine from the Ottoman Turkish Empire gave it to the Jews in order to rebuild the "homeland" since they were expelled from the region because of "insubordination" to God thousands of years ago. Middle East countries with a majority Muslim population who do not approve it immediately took up arms against Israel in the 1948 Arab-Israeli War. However this war ended with the victory of Israel.
The war then took place back in 1967, also known as the Six Day War. This war was not caused relanya Arab countries accept Israel. Israel won this war again. Although there was no open war again afterwards, but low-intensity conflict is still going on until today. On 13 September 1993 through the Oslo agreements, Palestinians and Israelis alike recognize the sovereignty of each. But factions Hamas did not approve the decision to continue to get pressure on Israel to this day. Hundreds of thousands of people have died in this conflict.