>How can one man be so right about literally everything?
What happened to Argentina?
Before WWI their GDP was higher than the GDP of Germany, Italy and France
How did religion begin?
Post your favorite battle
historically when did art objectivly become terrible
I personally think it was when they rejected hitler into art school and allowed mumbo jumbo stuff
everything post 50s is disasterous
Name a better president that isn't Lincoln.
Which historical army had the most /fa/ uniforms and why is it the Japanese?
talk about Russian history ITT
first fase was the russian empire, second fase was the USSSR, third fase is now the russian federation, and troghout the history, nobody have been able to destroy it.....only themselves
Can we talk about the history of art and how techniques developed over time? I'm curious to know how we went from the same art style for a good few hundred years to what the op image is.
Thread for creating /his/ tan to represent the board to all of 4chan.
This represent YOU so get in here and help come up with something you can be proud of
voting for marble ancient philosopher and post-industrial loli
OC can switch between them depending on what people want. It'll work.
What are your favorite languages, and what parts of those languages make them your favorite? Also what is your most hated language?
Flemish I love because it sounds so fucking CUTE:
Also Finnish and Icelandic for similar reasons. There are very few harsh sounds (with Flemish it's basically dutch without the hard gggggggg throat sound) and it sounds very pleasant even when people are angry.
Also I like the Mayan languages because the writing system gets so awesome,...
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Only the King of Heroes, the true ruler of this world, deserves to be the mascot of /his/!
Gilgamesh is an elitist shitlord, especially about being older, and therefore better, than everyone else
Perfect for this board
The first shitposter
Did peasant levies make up the majority of Western European armies between 500-1600 AD, /his/?
not sure desu, but in regards to the English I believe there was at least a time around 13-1400 where training with bows every week was mandatory for all peasants and such capable of serving and bowmen were widely employed
What does /his/ think about Judaism?