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Why did Poland stay Catholic despite being surrounded by Protestant/Orthodox states? Was it simply a case of >muh national identity or was it something more?
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It made significant headway amog the szlachta initially. Something like 25% of nobles in the Sejm at one point. But the Kings remained Catholic and so when the Counter-Reformation go along by the late 16th Century they promoted the new orthodoxy and suppressed protestantism or at least discouraged it to the point that a lot of nobles converted back to the cathlolic church
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>>976093
Autism.
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>>976231
>It made significant headway amog the szlachta initially. Something like 25% of nobles in the Sejm at one point.
Is "it" Protestantism?

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Are horse archers literally without weaknesses ?
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Yeah, literally
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They're shit at defending against direct combat. Good luck protecting a city when horse archers is all you have.
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Tell me about the masonic persecutions of Christians in Mexico during the mid '20s /his/.
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>>975366
honestly it was pretty rude
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>>975366
Based Cristeros
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>>975366
There were none?

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What was it about this place that saw so many enormous empires form out of nowhere and so quickly? Every other century there's some power that ends up controlling everything between the Oxus and the Nile while a similar outcome only happened maybe once or twice in Europe and maybe once every five hundred years in China.
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Money
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>>975289
Why did money carry the various Persian, Turkic, or Semitic empires in this area so far compared to other places?
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The desert is ours. It is my home. Invaders come here, but they do not leave. They do not understand the desert; they do not understand how it gives life, and how it kills. So they die, and we grow stronger. The dead, now, the dead cannot pass on their newfound wisdom...so invaders keep coming, keep trying to take our lands and our wealth. But then, wealth flows through this land. And if our people have one thing, it is the love of wealth. It is sweeter than water, it is more powerful than the sword, for any sword can be turned aside with a gold coin. Gold will buy a thousand...
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Do any of you listen to this podcast? What do you think of it?
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NOT
THIS
THREAD
AGAIN
JUST STOP IT
SAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAGE
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>>975022
He's not a historian.
[spoiler] Memes aside he's actually pretty entertaining to listen to, great presenting voice. His podcasts provide good introductions to the topics he discusses. I love his WWI series. Great for listening to on the road. He's not always accurate or might not represent the topic properly sometimes but its not a lecture or anything, just entertainment. [/spoiler]
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>>975034
I'm sorry. Didn't know this was a common thread. What is the general opinion of past threads?

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Is a individuals value influenced greatly by his/her employment and wealth?
Does being NEET make you a less valuable person?
How have attitudes to work changed over the years?
What is the philosophy on work?
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Pic not related btw
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>>974423

Sedentary hedonism makes you worthless.

Overcoming is where it's at

A NEET can hypothetically seek to overcome himself, but this is rarely the case.

A career can be an avenue or self-affirmation, or even a mundane job, but the mileage varies.
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>>974519
you would overcome to find yourself in a mundane job that you resent in the end

Is there any point in looking for a job you enjoy or is that a fool's errand?

Remarkable stories during World War 2

“In June 1944, a young soldier surrendered to American paratroopers in the Allied invasion of Normandy. At first his captors thought that he was Japanese, but he was in fact Korean. His name was Yang Kyoungjong. In 1938, at the age of eighteen, Yang had been forcibly conscripted by the Japanese into their Kwantung Army in Manchuria. A year later, he was captured by the Red Army after the Battle of Khalkhin Gol and sent to a labour camp. The Soviet military authorities, at a moment of crisis in 1942, drafted him along with thousands...
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>>973959
http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1606384/?ref_=nv_sr_1
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What about the Finnish green beret who died in 'Nam and served in the waffen SS? I forgot his name
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>>974019
Larry Thorne

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lauri_T%C3%B6rni

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Tell me about the history of Prussia. So far I only know this:
>Teutonic Order settles in Königsberg as vassals
>slowly invade the Region surrounding them, which is Polish
>get defeated eventually
>Poles partition Prussia, it's essentially a Polish vassal
>German nobility rises to power in Western Prussia
>all those Friedrichs eventually conquer all of it
What am I missing?...
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>>973159
you got so many points wrong that I'm not gonna even bother explaining
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>>973159
>slowly invading the region around them, which was Polish
It was Baltic, and it was a very quick invasion
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>>973215
>It was Baltic
It was Polish. The place has always been Polish, always. This is why it belongs to the Polish people. You're just trying to undermine the Polish claim on the land because you're a Nazi sympathizer. No, it does not belong to the Germans, and it never has. Fuck you.

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Was his betrayal justified?
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He betrayed a bunch of guys that betrayed another bunch of guys because they refused to betray the Indians and allow the first bunch of guy to continue expanding into their land.
It was at least not the worst thing you may do.
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>>972302

Well desu, he was betraying the betrayers who the British Empire betrayed through fucking them over with high taxes and no representation in Parliament... So no, it wasn't justified.

He's still a villain and will always be one, even to other Westerners besides Britbongistanis
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>>972302
>He's still a villain and will always be one, even to other Westerners
"Other Westerner" here.

We don't even know who this guy is.

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How did the scandinavian countries reached their renowed welfare state?
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Norway: oil money
Sweden: weapon money
Finland: soviet money
No idea on danish or iceland. Danish might be beastility porn.
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>>972015
>Finland
>scandinavian

No you slant eyed mongol
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>>972015
Denmark is basically: Oil money, but not as much money as Norway

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hey if I wanted /his/ on the "middle east" where would I start?
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muh babylon
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>>971664
Not much history in that part of the world, desu.
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fertile crescent

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What do you think, how much guilt do the individual countries bear for both world wars?

From my uneducated view I would say Austria-Hungary is primarily responsible for WW1 together with Germany. The ultimatum to Serbia was exorbitant. I wonder whether AH even expected Serbia to comply and wanted to humiliate and extort them or they aimed for a war from the beginning. I favor the latter because of the blank cheque. This is also why I see Germany as primarily responsible. Without Germany's support the ultimatum would have never been made. It was obvious that Russia would intervene and a large war would erupt. Germany repeatedly declined a diplomatic solution to the July Crisis and displayed a lust for war. Britain seemed to be the most peaceful ones, pushing for a diplomatic solution, recognizing from the beginning what was about to unfold and then aiding the less guilty side to overcome the war.

Then comes the Treaty of Versailles. USA aimed for Europe to flourish, France wanted to weaken Germany as much as possible. I wonder which one of them were right. Would a more lenient outcome towards Germany have prevented a second WW or should it have been harsher? Or did it not matter?

Anyway, Germany is the primary culprit of WW2. The treaty seems to be frequently used as an excuse but it does not justify war. I wonder how much the treaty helped the NSDAP to gain power. Since noone stopped them, WW2 was inevitable with their militaristic policies.


And from there on it all went downhill.

Europe lost its leading position, many lives were lost, ressources wasted, industry destroyed, socialism thrived, which led to the downfall of the continent.

So what do you guys think about all this? Which nations bear how much guilt for the WWs? What should have been done differently; how could the WWs have been prevented? And would Europe have maintained its leading position if the WWs did not occur or was its downfall inevitable? Would socialism have thrived even without the WWs?
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First of all, humanity wouldn't even had had to go through two fucking world wars if it wasn't for the fucking Hwan Empire fucking everything up and setting humanity back literally 50,000 years.

Second, the British were the main culprit of WWI. They tried to keep Germany from becoming too powerful and threatening their empire.
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>>969114
>Second, the British were the main culprit of WWI. They tried to keep Germany from becoming too powerful and threatening their empire.
Yeah, British attacked Germany... wait.

British realised their geopolitical strategy meant to alienate potential competitors for continental hegemony. They've achieved this by making 3 of 5 major continental powers to ally with them in one way or another(and competing for influence within Ottoman Empire/Turkey) and from now on they didn't...
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>>969114

You make it sound like Britain cynically launched a preemptive invasion of Germany.

It's as if Britain's guarantee of Belgian neutrality was little more than a perfidious trap to ensnare the poor, innocent German soldiers going for a leisurely stroll through Flanders on their way to do some summertime sightseeing in Paris.

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Why are people who live naked primitive lives always happier than cityfolk?
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They don't. People just say they do.
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>Good morning clothescuck, enjoy sweating in your office all day in the suit Mr Shekelstein forces you to wear.
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because they are healthy and in our natural habitat which we evolve in for millions of years, however it isn't very nice during times of scarcity, there is a reason we switched to agriculture, nature can deal you a good hand sometimes and a shitty hand another

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-30500591

we need to control nature to avoid the bad times and we need to control ourselvees during the good times, you are an environmentalist cuck so you probably think controlling nature is inherently evil, but trees aren't sapient beings so suck a stick

Who is your favourite warrior woman, /his/?
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This madwoman petitioned to the President to create an all-female rifle unit to go to WW1.
A crack shot, famous throughout the continental United States.
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>>977448
Joan of Arc
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>>977448

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>be in philosophy course
>professor talking about ethics in art
>"consider a man who's only sexual activity is imagining raping fictional women. this is immoral even though his victims are fictional."
>our attitudes toward imagined characters or events are morally praiseworthy or blameworthy because they reflect the imagining person's character

containing my psychopathy to simple daydreams of school shootings is just as bad...
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>>973716
>"what we imagine shapes what we do, it is likely the rapist would treat real women as he treats his imagined women"

CITATION FUCKING NEEDED

WHAT A BUNCH OF HORSESHIT
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>>973716
>just as bad
No one said just as bad, he said immoral.
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>>973724
not immoral

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