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As an Italian Nationalist, I've always kinda looked back in History for something to make me proud of Italians, Now there is a lot of stuff to be proud of in a sense, But when i've looked at the Military history of Kingdom... All I see is a black stain, filled with failure and Humiliation, What happened? Was it lack of a Martial spirit? Military tradition? Poor Leadership? Lack of Industrialization?
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>Rome is a city-state
>Italian civilization, dating back to the Etruscans, is dominated by city-states
>from the high middle ages onward, the historical trend is towards larger nation-states
>Italy has such powerful city-states that it takes much longer to unite into a single nation-state
>regionalism, and the general ineptitude and inexperience of the national government poison the military, as well as society in general

Germans...
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>>1160048
How did Germany overcome this?
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>>1160056
The strong unifying force of Bismarck, as well as the fact that Prussia had been operating as a nation-state for centuries beforehand.

Still, I think it's one reason Germany ended up embroiled in the world wars, and ended up fighting them without many allies. They simply hadn't spent as much time navigating the European political theater as England or France.

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What went wrong in the region were the first civilizations were born?
Why did they stopped being at the top of the world and were soon surpassed by East Asians, Indians and Whites?
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One big reason is that the fertile crescent went from being fertile to being a desert.

Also, the models of government that were good in 3000 BC became progressively less competitive as time went on, so naturally the parts of the world that were the most advanced during the bronze and iron ages fared worse later on.

Also, Arabs, Ottomans, Mongols, and European colonialism.

But most of that was a symptom of weakness rather than a cause.
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>>1160059
How did just like the most fertile region on Earth become a desert? Was it just poor knowledge of Agriculture? Because, If I recall correctly Italy managed to increase Libya's grain production to Roman levels again,
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>>1160043
Desertification, helped along by plague. The population collapsed, and never really recovered until the modern era.

>>1160069
The region had been very fertile for a long time. Like thousands of years. That's not productivity that just lasts forever under constant bear.

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What's the worst thing anyone's ever done?
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Whoever started that Voltaire meme
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>>1159977
make this thread
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>>1159977

Mass genocide and slavery.

Because that didn't have any reprucussions, RIGHT?!

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Was Hitler as power hungry as the western documentaries make him out to be? Was he so utterly absorbed within himself that he outright refused the advice and insight his veteran generals offered? Was this Hitler's achilles' heel?

Would love to hear opinions on this, or pointers to books about this.
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>>1159961
>Was Hitler as power hungry as the western documentaries make him out to be?

ADOLF HITLER WAS NOT "POWER HUNGRY" TO ANY DEGREE.

>Was he so utterly absorbed within himself that he outright refused the advice and insight his veteran generals offered?

ADOLF HITLER WAS NOT A HUBRISTIC PERSON.

>Would love to hear opinions on this, or pointers to books about this.

OPINIONS, OR BOOKS, REGARDING WHAT?
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>>1159990
I'm reading all of your sentences in this voice.
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Uncle Adolf was butthurt about WWI and full of imperial fantasies. He wanted to remove slavs and jews and create a new German Empire (third reich)

When did the Valois realize Burgundy was a mistake? Also Fiefdom general (HRE fans invited)
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DANNY!
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>>1159160
Probably around the time they started inheriting and expanding around in the Lowlands, both asserting rights of a sovereign state while still also demanding rights as a powerful vassal of France (which is regency rights and what not)

You have to remember that the Burgundies were related to the Valois, since they were both Capetian cadet branches. Though this brings up the question as to why the Burgundy branch never really pressed their claim to the French throne, and it's probably because it was more of...
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>>1159160
When John the fearless had Louis I, Duke of Orléans assassinated during one of the kings bouts of madness.

Well to be honest shit went sideways when Phillip the Bold died and John the Fearless took over which resulted in a fucking civil war.

I highly recommend Richard Vaughan's book series on the Dukes of Burgundy if you are interested.

Is regionalism strong in Germany because of the mess that was the HRE?
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Yes. Sectionalism is a big part of German culture. The same thing is true with Italy.
>inb4 "bcuz they were cucked after World War II xD"
It's true in neutral Switzerland as well.
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>>1158565
No, there is just a lot of cultural differences in germany, religion, language. History does of course play a large part in it as well, but it isnt just because the HRE looked like a childrens puzzle
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Where's Voltaire?

I think the division of Germany between West and East after WW2 probably made a difference too, though there's been a fairly long history of Germany division.

I mean with any country that had periods of division you can kind of see similar things. Southern Chinese have different language patterns, culture, customs and products than Northern Chinese. Britain has that whole English, Welsh, Irish and Scots thing going on, and even lesser shit like Manx is making a comeback. The South (by which I mean the Southeast) US still sort of has...
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What can /his/ tell me about the Barbary Corsairs?

Why the "ooga booga where all deh white wimmin at" ?
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>>1158463
The majority were like the Scandinavians who went a viking in earlier times, young men from a clannish society who during the farming season took odd-jobs in agriculture and transport, and in the off-season signed up as merchant marines, some of whom engaged in piratical activities.

Funding them was a merchant class who made their living by trade and insurance, and who could make bank by diverting rival shipping into their ports without the expense of having to compete in a market or pay for most of the transport.

Buying from them was an upper and upper-middle urban class with high demand for luxuries, finished goods, and manpower, all of which came at a premium in North Africa due to low population, lack of industry, and an unstable political situation between the city and the hinterland. It's here that the demand for captives and slaves arises as domestic servants, manual laborers, and sources of lucrative ransoms.
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>>1158679
Not to mention that the Ottoman Empire actively encouraged this.
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>>1158712
Not directly, since the word is just something that doesn't really exist when discussing early modern North Africa. Like the French with their pirates based out of Marseilles, or the Florentines and their sailors based in Leghorn, or the Hapsburgs and their relationship with the Uskoks, and the Papacy and the Knights of Rhodes/Malta, it's not something that the crowns of Europe and Africa had official say over, but were regularly petitioned to alleviate or reduce in some vague way like banning them from official...
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Thoughts?
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These threads amuse me.


Eh, I'm a sucker from average looking girls, and I'm an even bigger sucker for girls in glasses.
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>>1158356
*for
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>>1158343
>margot never cucked anne with peter
why was that allowed?

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Tell me about the Sengoku Jidai, /his/. I recently watched the Extra History series on the period and found it really interesting. However, I know they aren't always accurate with their history and take some liberties with their portrayals and interpretations to make a better narrative.

Also if you have some recommendations for better documentaries on the period or about Tokugawa Ieyasu I'd appreciate it.
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I always want to learn more about this period but the English sources for it are mostly really crappy. There's only a few good ones and I'm too lazy to learn Japanese, or at least currently while I'm trying to learn Mandarin.

I do know a little bit about the era from reading some of the few good English books that exist though, as well as from fucking around on Samurai Archives Wiki. Anything specific you want to know about?
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>>1158336
Mostly just overall thoughts on the era. Maybe about how accurate the Extra History series is if you've seen it

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Best Civil War General
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>good military leaders make good political leaders

some do but not simply because of their military skills
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>>1157987
look, bro. I'm all for assblasting inferior southerners as well but Sherman wasn't a master tactician or truly treat leader.

He simply charged ahead with overwhelming force, destroyed everything in his way as punishment. Didn't spare anything such as churches or hospitals, which landed him in violation of Lincoln's Lieber Code, making him a war criminal who could have been convicted in court if he was prosecuted.

being ruthless doesn't make you the best. it just makes you ruthless.
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>>1158006
>being ruthless doesn't make you the best. it just makes you ruthless


plus you don't have any ruth

Someone post a link to the battle when USA attacked island and lost dosens of men but there was no enemy present. It was during world war 2

Pic unrelated
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Please halp
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>>1157988
Here's some keywords to use, Alaska, Canada, America, WW2, Friendly Fire.

Good luck.
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Remember that time Australia lost a war to birds.

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>>1156540

>hating on based Frederick

Butthurt Greek statelet despot detected
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Well, if the Moscow bydlos can claim they are Romans, why can't some Germans do that as well?

Checkmate, heretics.
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the holy roman empire was the greatest and most longlived unironic wewuz in history

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how involved were Jews in the space race compared to other scientific fields?
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Traditionally slightly less so, due to the huge participation of German nationals on both sides.

In the German Empire, Jews were usually unable to find work in experimental or practical physics. In Nazi Germany, they were outright banned from those fields before being deported. So when the German field of rocketry came along, it was entirely gentile.
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>>1156499
makes sense
do you know much about the Russian side? Did the USSR also use ex-Nazi scientists?
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>>1156527
>>1156499
re-read your first sentence, my bad

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Why can't this country just chill?
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>>1156249
Because mudslimes
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>>1156249
>a country caught between two empires (at different times) and three religions

You wouldn't be very chill either
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>>1156249
Hot altaic blood.

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What do you think /his/?

http://www.siliconafrica.com/terra-nullius/
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>>1155912

90 % of the populations of the mezoamerican civilizations died off after the euroepan invasions
yet we have plenty of surviving pre-european architecture all across the continent

history is different from conspiracy theories
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But there are thousands of historical buildings in Sub-Saharan Africa

This is just making excuses for things that don't need to be excused. It's like the old "Africans could just hunt and gather because food was so bountiful so they never developed agriculture" meme, even though they had millet coming out of their ears
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>>1155912
I actually love the history of pre colonial Africa, but to blame the Europeans for all of Africa's problems is reverse /pol/ tier stupidity. Put it this way, the bornu empire collapsed when a Sudanese slave trader left Sudan with 1000 men and invaded. That shows you how weak some African states were. https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rabih_az-Zubayr
Pic related the Sudanese guy's head on a pole after the French fought him.

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