The Wikipedia article is so confusing. It's like it's an pseudo-historical term invented by 19th century Nationalists, with no relevance at all towards historical sources. Can someone tell me about it briefly? Is there any decent English-language book with this topic?
Was it genocide, /his/?
>europe didn't conquer the world because of the industrial revolution
Is the whole idea of spooks a spook?
How long did it take the Spaniards to realize they weren't in India?
Why did it fail? Was it too harsh for Germany?
What happened to the majestic Auroch
Has converting to Islam ever been acceptable in Western society? It seems it was pretty frowned upon in the pre-20th century era, and then in the pre-9/11 era it had negative connotations with groups like the nation of Islam, and then after 9/11 it became even more suspicious for a Westerner to convert. Was this always the case? Are there any examples of prominent Europeans who converted to the faith of Mohammad?
Adolf Hitler admired Islam, and many people in the 1800s had a romantic view of it. But otherwise no. The reason Islam never really "took off" in the West, is because we have a very long history of conflict that continues into the present day.
>measuring the success of a country based on its architectural aesthetic
Who the fuck succeeds him?
Is there a non-bs version of pic-related? I really like the way it's organized and written.
In relation to the Cold War during the eighties, how could one connect the Chernobyl Disaster with the Nuclear Arms Race, if there even is a way?
>The reactor construction was pretty usual.
No, the reactor construction was absolutely not usual. Chernobyl reactors were a special design using graphite modulators, and geared toward creating weapons grade plutonium. The meltdown could not have happened with a usual nuclear reactor of the era.
ITT: people who did nothing wrong
Can we get a historical r8 thread? Post your husbando, others rate
Having both been a Catholic formerly and having spoken to a great number of actually devout Christcucks on IBs, I can say that without a doubt, Christians are the most cowardly and pathetic individuals that ever sullied the name of the human race.
To make it short: most - all, actually - have told me that everything God does must be 'good', even if it were bad by any kind of human standard. A kind of doublethink, with one on Cripplechan actually proceeding to tell that even if God decided to brutally kill newborns and infants on a whim, it would be morally 'good'....
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