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Is world peace possible?
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NOT WHILE iM AROUND
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World piece will only be achieved when everyone that matter got a bigger interest in preserving the peace than breaking it.
I would say there is a possibility, as everyone are getting onto the world market whenever they like it or not.
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>>920832
I think the only thing that will cause "world peace" is if we find some alien species to hate on instead of each other

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Why did the Holy Roman Empire have such weak central government?
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Germans.
They ruin everything even Empire building.
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>>920679
That figure is giving me a strong central government right now
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Because it wasn't Holy, it wasn't Roman, and it most certainly wasn't an Empire.

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Have the Germanic folk achieved a greater effect on today's world than that of the Italics?
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Hard to say since the present culture, civilization, technology and so forth is based on the past and didn't appear in a vacuum.
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I would argue so. Certainly, Roman culture has lived on in the Latin countries, with Catholicism and Latin-derived languages, with much of the world being shaped by Spain and France.
However, I would say that the Germanic victory over Rome shaped most of the countries divisions today, and that, perhaps with Anglos at the helm, have been the most world-shaping. For example with a Germanic folks hegemony, we speak English on an international message board.
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>>919035
Anglos are only partially Germanic though, roughly 30% if I recall correctly.

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Was religion the sole factor for the Crusades? Where there, by any chance, other reasons to seize this Holy Land?
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>>919859
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mLBws-4kzG8
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not really, people going on crusades took a gigantic risk of fucking up abroad (ie.dying) or getting fucked at home (losing their lands in the case of nobles, getting cuck't in the case of your average peasant/foot soldier)

all for a strip of land in the near east
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>>919859
I believe people fail to underestimate the 'boredom' factor. While life in that time wasn't "bad" at all, it was certainly boring in the sense that most people did not travel very far. Thus they jumped at the opportunity to see the Holy Land, an exotic place to them.

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Why did the eastern Roman Empire last so much longer than the western Roman empire?
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Because Rome fell victim to overspending, stretched military commitments, and increased incursions by semi-nomadic groups which were steadily pushed into Western Europe by stronger groups in Central Asia. People tend to forgot that there was mass westward migration in Eurasia between the First and Eighth Centuries. The Eastern Roman Empire (also known as the Byzantine Empire) maintained its stability and control over its capital while different semi-nomadic groups sacked or took control over Rome.

You have to remember that the Western and Eastern Roman Empires were bureaucratically...
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Western Europeans love to be cucked by foreign invaders. So much so, modern Western Europeans are trying to make it their national pass-time.
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>>918970
Don't talk about slavs like that

Tell me why his ontological argument is faulty, otherwise I'm going to start identifying as a deist, because it seems pretty solid to me.
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>>919351
Do you mean the ontological argument of Aquinas, or the meme one? The meme one begs the question, the one formed by Aquinas requires sophisticated reasoning and is basically iron-clad from certain sets of axioms.
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>>919365
I posted a picture of Descartes, not Anselm or Aquinas. Aquinas' is shit and falls apart quickly. Descartes', however, seems solid.
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>>919384
Never read Descartes. How does "I think, therefore I am" lead to "God exists," may I ask?

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I've been trying to get a Genealogy General to start on ever since this board was created. Figured I'd try again since I haven't in a few months.

ITT Discuss:
Genealogy, Historical Records Related to Genealogy, Brick Walls, and Historical Photographs

Have a brick wall? Post it!

Have some cool family stories or photos? Share them!

Want to get started in Genealogy?

Ask your parents/grandparents the basic questions, even if you think they don't know ask anyway, you might be surprised or be lead to someone who can help you....
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>>918810
bump for interest
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Ive always been interested in my families genealogy, only thing i really know is that my ancestors were kicked out of germany basically for not supporting WW1 and moved to 'Merica. My other side of my family I have no clue about
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Here are a few pictures from a book written by a family member of mine.
Starting with the oldest entry first. Sorry for the image size

>his Monarch wasn't called King of Kings

Wew lads
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>>918814
>Iran
>Persia
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>>918814
Persia got kucked by Islam
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>>918814
>his Monarch wasn't called Emperor
Reminder that you are not a real empire without an emperor

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What's the history behind hipsters? Die they always exist?

I've heard once upon a time a young Julius Ceasar was considered a hipster because he wore his toga too loose on purpose.
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>>918108
It's a beatnik and bebop jazz term from the 50s/60s that originally meant something else but now just means "poser".
Corrections?
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As long as there are middle class people who strive for "sincerity" or "authenticity" by fooling around with retro-aesthetics and some mild non-conformity there will be hipsters
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Its just one of the latter iteration of the culture-counterculture / mainstream-underground parallel currents thats been defining post WW2 Western civilziation.

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Tell me about the history of Asian Russia, /his/.

Somehow I have a hard time believing the finnic/mongol people of Siberia and Sakha had a fine time getting along with the slavic people of European Russia.
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>>918045
desu I always consider Siberia to be a frozen wasteland with a few native Mongoloids and lots of fur
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>>918045
They weren't. In fact, Russian colonialism was characterized by settling only along the major roadways and inside big settlements, with going out of them only to collect the tribute. Partly it was due to Russian customary xenophobia but partly it was due to vicious resistance natives maintained. Here's one example:

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>The Chukchi were generally ignored for the next 50 years because they were warlike and had few furs. Fighting flared...
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ITT: Examples of history repeating itself.
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>>918525
Afghanistan, aka the grave of empires
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Just Germany being germany.
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>>918540
What's repeating apart from people disagreeing?

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Hey you!

Post in this thread, then using the name you get, find any history about that name and post it here! If you can't find anything for the full name, try using juts the surname!

The most interesting post wins!

GO!
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>>918266
Rolling
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Okay.
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>>918270
welp just a facebook name

Let's talk WWII memoirs or journals/diaries or otherwise first hand accounts, any nationality or type of experience (military, civilian, prisoner, etc).

Some talking points:

Did you have to read any first-hand WWII accounts in school? Are there any you think should be taught in schools but typically aren't?

What are some first-hand accounts that have stuck with you? Any you didn't care for?

What are your thoughts on the censorship or editing of first-hand accounts, such as the initial censorship of Anne Frank's diary? Is it harmful to censor or edit these accounts--particularly if the person died during the war--or is it ever acceptable?
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Isn't that picture on the cover of German troops storming Norway?
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>>916957
Yep! Makes for a dramatic cover though.
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Well i always got the Memoirs of my grandgranddad from ww1 and the time before it and the accounts of my granddad from ww2 till 44, to read. Too bad he quit writing in 43. On the topic of editing, if it is a firsthand/memoir then editi g by someone else than the author especially with an agenda behind it, is absolutely disgusting

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>Artaxerxes III Ochus of Persia /ˌɑːrtəˈzɜːrksiːz/ c. 425 BC – 338 BC; (Old Persian: ARATAXASHASSA Artaxšaçā)[2] was the Great King of Persia and the eleventh king of the Achaemenid Empire, as well as the first Pharaoh of the 31st dynasty of Egypt.
>He was the son and successor of Artaxerxes II and was succeeded by his son, Arses of Persia (also known as Artaxerxes IV). His reign coincided with the reign of Philip II in Macedon and Nectanebo II in Egypt.

From what I understand, he was generally viewed as a highly energetic and effective king, able to return the Persian Empire back to a more stable state, saw a lot of success in restoring the prestige and power of the Persians as the world's greatest power; this includes regaining lost territory from both the Spartans and Athenians, recovering the Ionian Greek colonies and most of coastal Asia Minor and reconquering Egypt.

Aterxerxes III was also able to crush several rebellions which were backed by large mercenary bands of Greek soldiers at Cyprus and Sidon. But more relevant to anything else here, he was able to weaken and curb the power of the western satraps/governors and reduce their household and provincial standing armies so reduce the possibility of rebellion. And he was able to once warned about Philip II's threat, checked his advances in Greece until his assassination.

How much different would it have been if the hyper-competent Atarxerxes III, who was a noted soldier and experienced general; had faced Philip II or Alexander instead of his weak successor, Darius III?
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>>916744
Bump
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>>916744
Interested anon bumping
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>>919455
Thanks

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By functioning, I mean

>Free healthcare
>Very good healthcare to the extent that people from France, Germany and UK were flying over for operations and procedures.
>Free education
>Brilliant "arts thinkers" and science programmes so advance, they sold rocket technology to both the Russians and Americans
>Free housing
>Comfy and roomy homes easily capable of withstanding the...
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>>918260
Take this to /pol/, Myron
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>>918269

It's a legitimate question for the board.

I'm patently biased but the premise is still legit.
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>>918260
It fell apart.

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