What makes a revolution unstoppable?
Where do you think the point of no return was in a revolution you have studied?
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Is this the most significant moment in the history of USA?
Alri lads, post British history
friendly reminder that world war 2 would be lost without Alan Turing
who killed people based on actions that other people from their 'group' were 'responsible' for.
Is talking about the atrocities of the Japanese Empire allowed?
If we can talk about the atrocities of the British, Dutch, French and American Empires then sure, why not?
German Empires don't count because it's ridiculous to even call any of the previous German states an "empire"
REMEMBER THAT WESTERN SAHARA IS MOROCCAN CLAY
Anyone else into alternate history?
Byzantines are not Roman they are Greek.
Finally, a board on which I can finally express my autism.
What do you think about the Koreans, /his/?
The Republic's first order of business: should /rome/ cover both the western and eastern (byzantine) Roman Empire, or should we allow Byzantine to be is own general?
>board exists for literally less than an hour
>it already has generals
Pure cancer. Stop this.
Byzantine is a creation of the Germans to pretend like their Holy "Roman" Empire was one and undermine the real Romans. At no point in their history have the Western Romans called themselves Byzantines. The fact that modern Greek called hemselves Ellenes again instead of Romans is also a relatively recent thing. Where Ellene(Greek) had a pagan connotation but Roman had a Christian one.
So who was the best pope in history, and why?
How much land has your country lost throughout its history?
Pic related, Sweden at its height.
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