Aaliyah Allen

Aaliyah Allen

University of North Georgia
World History

World History teacher | Tutor for 6 years

I hold a degree in World History from the University of North Georgia. With a passion for unraveling the intricate tapestry of our past, I'm dedicated to illuminating the complexities and connections that shape our world. My journey through history has equipped me with a deep understanding of diverse cultures, societies, and historical events. As your tutor, I aim to inspire curiosity, critical thinking, and a deeper appreciation for the rich tapestry of human experience. Let's explore the past together and unlock the fascinating stories that have shaped our present.


  • What problems did trenches cause for the soldiers?
  • What land trade route stretched from Eastern China to the Mediterranean Sea and Europe, carrying goods such as silk, horses, spices, and ideas between Europea and Asia?
  • Why did Middle Eastern nations slow oil production in 1973, causing an oil crisis?
  • Why did the Shogun isolate Japan?
  • Why did the Great Leap Forward fail?
  • What promises did Mussolini make the Italian people?
  • Which nation entered the war late but contributed greatly to the Allies' victory?
  • Which European country entered World War I as part of the Central Powers but later switched sides to the Allies in 1915?
  • How has Arabia’s "crossroads" location affected its culture and society?
  • What was the Iron Curtain, and why was that term chosen?
  • What was the purpose of the Munich Pact?
  • Why did Hoover lose the election of 1932?
  • Who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1906? Why?
  • What were major reasons for the outbreak of the conflict between Arabs and Israelis in 1948?
  • What ideologies did Mao's programs to transform China reflect?
  • What led to the transformation of the Soviet Union into a totalitarian state?
  • What was Germany's role at the Versailles conference?
  • What started the Russian Revolution?
  • What English explorer sailed around the world in 1577?
  • What system of government is the "divine right of kings"?