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How many of you actually have a humanities degree?

History and Politics reporting in.

>Inb4 that minority autistic STEM people come in and start going on about 'muh jobs'
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muh jobs
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Art History and Finance here.
Best deal of my life.
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Why would I get a job in something I enjoy?

I went for Comp Sci because it is in demand, but history is my passion.

Who's the best dictator?
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Objectively Tito despite his success being short lived.
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Currently? This gentleman right here.
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No map thread? One job /his/.
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>>25315
>/gsg/
We relevant now?
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>>25315
Where is /twg/?
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I hope it ends up more like /lit/ than /int/ or /pol/. Keeping the flags would have been a disaster.

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If the Mongols had successfully landed on Japan, do you think they could have conquered the island?
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Yes.

Although the japanese had skillful archers and horse archers, they could not have matched the mongol feint/fake retreat tactic.
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>>25202
They'd probably have the run of the central islands (which is a large plain. Cavalry country), but Japs will have holdouts in the mountains. Not that Mountains stopped Mongols.

Furthermore Japanese have very primitive fortifications at the time-resembling so those shouldn't be a problem

Also hello Thailand, you keep shitposting that picture in /int/
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Originally, Japan was militarism country.
So it has not been changed at all.

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For the past several years, I've on and off been researching ancient Slavs. However, the records which I can find in English are few and far in between. Can anyone here recommend me some books in English or their native language (translated) about the Ancient Slavs, their religion, social structure, physical appearance and other facts relating to the Early Slavs pre-separation into west, east and south Slavic tribes?
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Here are some things I found:

http://survincity.com/2010/10/ten-commandments-of-moral-ancient-slavs/

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>>25219
http://www.ancient.eu/Slavs/
http://www.godchecker.com/pantheon/slavic-mythology.php
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>>25186
Oh, it's an extremely tough thing to do. The problem here is that there's fuckall we actually know, main reason for that being that Slavic culture was not that advanced by then, so it got very easily assimilated/incorporated into Christian tradition.

As far as, say, Eastern Slavs go, we don't even know their fucking pantheon. One of the only well-known sources, for example, is the chronicle about Prince Volodymer's pagan reform, and nobody actually knows which logic was the foundation in restructuring...
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We made it brothers. I was starting to lose faith that we'd ever see /his/ on 4chan.

Dumping some of my from my vast collection of battles/crusade depictions, historical flags, maps etc. Feel free to join in.

>also tfw missed the initial shitposting
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>based Archimedes in everyone's favourite Punic war siege.
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>>24975
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>>25009

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What happened?
They were once the pinnacle of human civilization, and now they literally shit in the streets.
What went so wrong?
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Caste system makes sure innovation is suppressed as only the opinion of the selected individuals will ever be heard.
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>>24756

>overpopulation (this is the big one)
>failed socialist government "five-year plans"
>too much bureaucracy and red tape
>they were prevented from industrializing under the British
>adoption of democracy in areas where the locals were not ready
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We all shit in the street before industrialization. Most of the world shat in the street seventy years ago. I regularly piss on the street, because I live in a small rural community. So?

I've been to India. I saw no one shitting on the street. I did see people shitting near the railway though, but nowhere near as many people walk on the railway. It's poverty, stupid. They were virtually enslaved by their own caste system, national divisions and European imperialism invited in for the purpose of sheer greed -- self interest at the expense of another here being...
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ITT: Favorite historical figures and why they interest you.

Gen. Rommel

He was admired by Allied generals but Axis generals hated him because of his nontraditional tactics. I think he is one of the last true strategic masterminds and honorable military figures. Plus it's always interesting how people react when they find out not all "Nazis" were bloodthirsty jew-haters
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>>24753
>Rommel
Babby's first historical interest
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>>24796
>you like a famous person not somebody referenced only once by an English monk
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Most overrated Nazi general ever. I was pretty taken in by his reputation myself, until I bothered to do more reading and realized he's really not that impressive of a general.

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Random /his/ image dump. Funny/interesting/maps/infographics go go go
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This picture being the face of the board is going to cause strife and anger until it is removed. My feelings on him aside, I think we should choose a more universally accepted face for the board. A poet, a philosopher, an archaeologist, a musician, or many other options would cause less controversy than a general who lead a particularly death/rape filled march.
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>>24705
According to the American media, the opinions and feelings of Southerners can be safely disregarded. Anyway, most of them are spineless. Look how easily they took their flags down. They deserve to be spat on.
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This man
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>>24751
Your fellow Americans (assuming you're American) do not deserve your disrespect. Grant would be ashamed of how quickly Northerners are to shame Southerners.

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What does /his/ think about the Tank Man?

Was he justified?
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>communist China

Allies not backing the Nationalist Chinese forces in China was a mistake.
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>>24606
>Allies not backing the Nationalist Chinese forces in China was a mistake.

That sort of backing meant treating Chinese as expendable hordes of cannon fodder to soak up 30+ divisions of the IJA. You can understand when people realized that either being canon fodder or starving to death was a bum deal.
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>>24565
Standing up to the commies? Hell yea he was... he's probably dead tho. If you need to use tanks against your people, you're doing something wrong... interestingly enough, a similar thing happened in the usa during the 20s or 30s... I can't quite remember it's been a while since I read about it... but a bunch of ww1 vets weren't paid for their service and they protested in Washington, and they got tanks turned on them.

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Can someone explain to me why this guy was a bad president? Wasn't around for his presidency, but I've always gotten the impression that he was a decent one at the least.
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>>24559
Shameless self-bump
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If I remember correctly, he was the first president to start heavily decreasing taxes on the rich, and was the first president of a long line even to this day that seek to make the rich richer
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He redefined "conservative" to mean neoliberal in America.

Starting this again because the moderators need to learn their place. This is a perfectly valid historical subject.

Was the French Revolution the beginning of the end for noble European culture?

It seems that almost every destructive trend in recent Western history had its roots in the French Revolution.

Consider this passage by Nietzsche:

>Which of them has been provisionally victorious. Rome or Judaea? but there is not a shadow of doubt; just consider to whom in Rome itself nowadays you bow down, as though before the quintessence of all the highest values —and not only in Rome, but almost over half the world, everywhere where man has been tamed or is about to be tamed—to three Jews, as we know, and one Jewess (to Jesus of Nazareth, to Peter the fisher, to Paul the tent-maker, and to the mother of the aforesaid Jesus, named Mary). This is very remarkable: Rome is undoubtedly defeated. At any rate there took place in the Renaissance a brilliantly sinister revival of the classical ideal, of the aristocratic valuation of all things: Rome herself, like a man waking up from a trance, stirred beneath the burden of the new Judaised Rome that had been built over her, which presented the appearance of an oecumenical synagogue and was called the "Church": but immediately Judaea triumphed again, thanks to that fundamentally popular (German and English) movement of revenge, which is called the Reformation, and taking also into account its inevitable corollary, the restoration of the Church—the restoration also of the ancient graveyard peace of classical Rome.

cont.
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Cont.

>Judaea proved yet once more victorious over the classical ideal in the French Revolution, and in a sense which was even more crucial and even more profound: the last political aristocracy that existed in Europe, that of the French seventeenth and eighteenth centuries, broke into pieces beneath the instincts of a resentful populace—never had the world heard a greater jubilation, a more uproarious enthusiasm: indeed, there took place in the midst of it the most monstrous and unexpected phenomenon; the ancient ideal itself swept before the...
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Noble European culture ended with excessive centralization of the monarchy, along with "The Great Transformation"

The Renaissance was the beginning of modernism, the French Revolution was a natural product of the snowball.
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>Was the French Revolution the beginning of the end for noble European culture?
No, it was the begining of a new and better era.

>It seems that almost every destructive trend in recent Western history had its roots in the French Revolution.
There is no such thing as a destructive trend in history. Stop being a faggot and romanticizing the feudal past. There has never been a better time to be alive.

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Can we all just agree it was JFK?

>almost destroyed entire planet in his crazed lust to see Castro dead
>worked with mob to gain power and used political sway to protect them
>lied about USSR military capabilities to beat Eisenhower in election
>ramped up Military Industrial Complex
>lost his ship in WWII, influential father (who happened to be Hitler supporter) saw to it that John would become "war hero"
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nope, reagan desu
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>>24370
This gets my vote as well
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>>24370
>>24394

Reagan was bad but he didn't almost wipe out you and everyone you've ever known.

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Tell me /his/,

What made the Mongol Empire so vast and powerful? and what lead them to their demise?
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This website should clear things up for you.

http://www.coldsiberia.org/
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>Last updated: June 10, 1998
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Because their environment made a stable source of wealth impossible. You can't really have large-scale agriculture to consistently sustain a large population on the steppes. Most wealth is tied to sheep and goat-herding, as well as horses but in smaller amounts, which need to be constantly on the move for fresh grazing grounds, which is vulnerable to the whims of weather. As a result, their economy was usually dependent on getting necessary and luxury goods by force or by trade with sedentary civilizations. The fact that familiarity with the horse and the bow gave them such a military edge and their harsh environments raising tough men fit for warriors compared to the sedentary farmer, made war a natural option even when trade was possible, and they were quite good at it.

The mongolian khanates declined due to disputes over succession, overextension which meant that the number of actual mongols in an army was increasingly small so they eventually just got integrated by the people they conquered, and as time went on warfare changed and due to the structure of their societies they were unable to adapt to it.

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