What does /his/ think of Roman revivalism on a much larger scale similar to the rise of German nationalism in the 30s. Are the Italian people willing to stand up to the plate and reforge their empire?
I'm still amazed how this clusterfuck managed to stay a single country for so long.
It's a shame a pan-North African Latin colonial identity didn't catch on. Letting the Italians keep Libya and Tunisia, French Algeria, Spanish Morocco, and working together to keep the Mediterranean coast and assimilate the colonies
Deep question boys.
What is history in you're own interpretation?
Its fucking record of history. Fuck you. The brain washing system turns out chodes like you who talk in such idiotic language that sounds like a sophomoric essay question
deep question, you even hear yourself talk, dude?
I come from /agdg/, looking for an idea for a game. I don't know what kind of game, what characters or what. I tend to seek out inspiration before I structure out the dev process.
So, what aspect of history and humanities do you think is a little under-rated, that might be worth looking into for amateur gamedev? Setting, city, time period, the story behind some specific building or work or dynasty?
Really vague I know! But maybe something comes to mind?
Hmm, any particular aspect? Peddling as in, just trade? Europe, or elsewhere? What's your favorite aspect of medieval peddling? Don't mean to interrogate, just looking around for inspiration
I've always wanted to see some kind of either strategy game or RPG or maybe some kind of hybrid game where you run a mercenary group in the Italian wars.
Your goal would be to amass money and notoriety, and who cares who wins in Italy as long as you make out well.
>you have no control over your emotions and how you feel about something, as well as what you know
>you do however have complete control over your actions, that is a separate entity from your emotions entirely
>you can never use your emotions as a way to excuse your actions
General philosophical discussion is also welcome.
I'm not well versed on the subject and there seems to be a lot of conflicting accounts of what led to the destruction of "black wall street".
Was all of it because of the girl in the elevator and the alleged assault, or was it jealousy for the perceived prosperity the blacks were enjoying in spite of segregation?
also, did the blacks make it worse by fighting back?
It was white people who started it.
They defended themselves when planes were used to bomb them out. The TT around the nation would have done the same, it luckily was a mobilizer for the TT/BVs to completely unify politically with the black masses
Also you seem like you want answers because this is your homework
ITT: Historical pics that make you think 'neat.'
What do you guys think? Is he right?
>Oh why, YES of course a squad of heroic American soldiers could have hold off an assaulting company-sized Waffen-SS unit supported by Tiger tanks and Panzerjagers
>t. Steven Spielberg
Make a movie about a battle that goes exactly how it everyone thought it would or make a movie about a battle where a miracle upset happened leading to and underdog victory......... t. every director ever
>Voltaire was one of the wisest, funniest and cleverest people of the 18th century. He continues to have lots to teach us about toleration, modesty and kindness.
Yeah, kinda, sorta.
>The Jewish nation dares to display an irreconcilable hatred toward all nations, and revolts against all masters; always superstitious, always greedy for the well-being enjoyed by others, always barbarous — cringing in misfortune and insolent in prosperity.
>Essai sur les Moeurs et l'Esprit des Nations (1753), Introduction, XLII: Des Juifs depuis Saül
Where did the Yamato and others come from /his/?
My guess is they came from here:
>b-but they're Korean
Koreans look completely different to Japanese most of the time, Japanese gene pool is definitely from somewhere else
So far I got:
Yamato - Wu, eventually some Baekje refugees
Izumo - Shilla??
Kumaso/ Hi - Emishi???
Chikushi - Gaya???
Kenu - ???
Koshi - ???
Never understood why the Wa claimed Taibo and Shaokang as their ancestors. The dearth of archaeological,genetic and linguistic evidence makes it highly unlikely that Japonic originated in southern Jiangsu.
>Yayoi most likely came from Korea.
If toponym glosses are to be trusted then Jin/Sam Han may have been populated by Japonic speakers.
Genetic affinity of Koreans/Japanese(especially southwestern Korea).
Koreanic loanwords,shared mythology,technological diffusion...
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Japan's rice is extremely similar to Southern Chinese rice.
Japanese archies compared DNA/skull with early South Chinese peoples, its very similar
How was ammunition for guns worn since firearms were introduced and why was it worn in that particular way? Certainly a 15th century handgonner must have had a different way of carrying things into battle than someone in the 17th century, but why?
The guys in pic related have this bandoleer get-up but the guy in the video has a satchel on his hip. Why? The bandoleer looks a lot smoother as well.
Before paper cartridges were invented you had what you see in your picture, which was called the 12 Apostles as there were usually 12. Each one contained a measured amount of powder for one shot, and would be poured into the musket. A measured amount was needed for the musket to perform as expected.
Before even that a soldier may just have a single flask full of powder, and he would pour from that the amount he thought correct. It often wasn't correct, which led to the developed of the 12 Apostles. That...
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>people that did nothing wrong
How did Hitler treat the native Slavic minorities in Germany?
Post some truly Pyrrhic victories