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Why was Germany called "Germany" and not Prussia when lots of Germans were never part of Germany (i.e. Austria)?
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>>762262
Austrians are not Germans, that's why.
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>>762262
>and not Prussia
Because Prussia was just a kingdom within the German Empire like for example Bavaria, Prussia unified those states but she didn't annex them
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>>762269
Swallow your pride, Austria

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Personally, I gotta cop out in favor of Albert Camus, a philosopher still considered controversial even today (particularly due to his wishy washy stance on the post WWII Algerian independence movement).

Some his better known works are The Stranger and the Myth of Sisyphus, with a very common theme in his works being the incredible absurdity of life. As well as participating in the French resistance in German occupied France (directing their newspaper lel), he stood against totalitarianism all his life to the point of ending up in staunchly opposed to Jean Paul Sarte...
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>>762247
ending up staunchly opposed*
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>>762247
Marcus Aurelius. He made some mistakes, but the dude was largely successful, and his furthering of stoic philosophy has done a lot of good.
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None, because I don't live through other people.

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I'm going to buy this.
It's a Zulu War uniform replica.
Somehow cheaper then the 18th century uniforms of the British Empire.
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>>762044
This isn't really worthy of a thread, but ok that's nice anon, have a (You).
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>>762044
>>762044
>>762044

Buying this makes you racist, like Hitler.
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>>762044
Thks isn't really a history thread, but I like you so I'll make it one.

Why did the 1st British invasion fail so badly. Sure, Rorke's Drift was a good accomplishment but their main force was annihilated completely at that one battle I can't remember the name of.

>inb4 Anglo racial inferiority

None of that /pol/ shit here, real answers.

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Why is Roman cavalry never discussed? How good was it?
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>>761831

Depends on what time period you are refering to.

The Byzantine horse archers were good if not great, allthough still inferior to the their sassanid counterparts.
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>>761831
>Roman """"Cavalry""""
>Laughing_Asiatic_Entities.jpg
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In terms of earlier eras than the byzantine one (in which cavalry was the central part of the army) infantry was the primary component of the army.

IIRC the roman cavaly in the republic era was competent and tended to do well in battles allthough it was severly limited in size. Once the state started to expand however the role of cavalry was left more and more to the auxillaries as they had a greater experience and tradition of fighting on horseback. I wouldn't be suprised if the increased wealth of the state during its period of vast expansion following the second...
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I think this is most fit for this board.

Ok, so in our timeline most of our religions and cultural beliefs and lore derrive from 1000s of years of stargazing, and the legends surrounding the different constellations and the cycles of the sun.

Ok, so what of the Earth had rings like pic related.

How would this affect humans CULTURALLY?

We're going to assume humans still evolve, and that most cultures still exist like in our timeline.
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>>761592
I don't know but we'd probably have figured out earlier that the earth is round.
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We would probably have a lot of rings in our culture desu
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>>762148
We probably wouldn't have found out the rings are actually rings until very late in our history.

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How do I become a history erudite?
I have a high-school level knowledge on history.
Do I just read Wikipedia ?
I'm poorfag so I can't buy books but I got the internet.
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>>761498

Wikipedia - chase up the references (you can get loads of free history books on things like libgen) for more detail and then chase up the references in the references.

History blogs and magazines, podcasts, documentaries.

Books are the best way to go, but imbibing all of these things will help, and honestly, best thing to do is chase up what interests you, because you'll want to read/learn about it. Don't go looking for stuff you think you 'should' know, just go after what you find...
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>>761498
Go on wikipedia and find a topic. Next read the page and with your middle mouse button click on those blue links that interest you. When you are done reading the page look at your tabs. Reapeat the same with the next tab. If you are really interested in history you will never be free of tabs.
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This is how I did it
>be 5
>learn to read on my own
>tell grandma to stop buying fairytale books because its a load of nonsense and buy encyclopedies
>read all those encyclopedies

Does climate affect how a civilization or culture develops, and if so how much does it influence the development of a civilization or culture?
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I myself experienced it, the hot weather makes people feel too lazy or dizzy to do anything.
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>>761059
But cold countries like Russia and Finland are not too productive either
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I guarangoddamntee that a tribe in a desert is different because it is in a desert in the same way that a tribe in a jungle is different because it is in a jungle.

In the same way, we can infer that tribes would act different in different climates, and since climates can change (IE Sahara), we can infer civilizations can change

If for the least of all, lack of food relative to when the Sahara WASN'T a desert.

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I'm not sure where to put this, but since I've seen discussions about philosophy and psychology related topics here, I thought it would be appropriate.

Is gender a social construct?
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No. But people have redefined to to be.
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There is social constructed part and other part that isn't.
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I'd say that there is most certainly a real and tangible sex, but a certain role doesn't necessarily follow.

Though, by virtue of being culturally enforced, it shouldn't matter.

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Were europeans "in the right" for conquering the native peoples of the americas?

I think so. Though, "in the right" is a tough phrase to use. I just think it's natural human behavior and shouldn't necessarily be admonished.

I'm in a native american studies class at uni right now and I'm getting a little tired of the victimization complex these natives have, especially the super biased prof.
>muh laura ingalls wilder
>muh genocide
>muh...
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Nice meme.
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>>760233
First off you need to be a bit more specific on which area. French are arguably innocent, Brits were cunts, and the Spanish were actually pretty good. Americans are their own things and not really Europeans, and almost 100% cunts to them

It can't really be justified, but only accepted. Unfortunately some peoples just get trampled over by more dominant cultures/civilizations, it's happened before. The Indians who did get it good integrated and became a part of society.
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>>760233
While there is a probably too much victimization of the natives, I think it's mostly backlash against the prevailing way the history books typically treated Natives before the 50's, as backwards savages killing all the good honest white settlers, with any hope in the next century maybe we'll see a more even tone given to events that doesn't marginalize Native Americans, but doesn't demonize the European settlers either, after all the story of the America's is the same as everywhere else,...
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>tfw Belisarius will never tell that cunt Justinian to go fuck himself and birth a new Rome from the ashes of the old with a bloody conquest of Italy
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>>760092

Imperium Romanum 2 had a great little scenario on this exact hypothetical.
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>>760140
Total War: Attila has a DLC about it as well.
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>tfw Belisarius could've been a god tier Western Emperor ruling a united and restored Roman Empire alongside his bro Justinian if it wasn't for that slut Theodora

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I'm trying to write a novel, or a short story, in Medieval Russia (and Ukraine). Do they have legendary epics, such as Roland, St. George, and the dragons, etc? What about legendary creatures such as elves, dwarves, goblins, dog-headed men, werewolves? Who were their main theologians? What was their cosmology like? Did they believe in the Ptolemaic universe? Is it true that Orthodox theology rejects Aristotle and is more Platonic? Was there a dialectic relationship between Christianity and Paganism as there was in the Christian West (Christmas tree, some Pagan gods becoming...
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Why do you want to write about something you don't know?
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>>759764
/thread
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>>759764
Write about what you're interested in.

>>759749
Read some books on the subjects, don't get random info from anons.

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Why is God always talked about in such patriarchal terms?

It is clear God is a female. A male could never have given birth to the Universe.
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>>759074
Abraxas is a futa though.
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>>759074
if you look at how god acts he's very much like a stern father who doesn't like you talking shit to him
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>>759097
> if you look at how god acts
He doesn't acts anymore. If he is stern father he is completely apathetic to our lives now and doesn't care.

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/his/ I'm at a dilemma. It turns out that I have Nazi collaborators (now dead) in my family, and much of my family is unaware of this. My mother's grandfather was part of a provisional government in Nazi occupied territory during the war, and fled when Russians took it back. An international committee cited him as a war criminal complicit in the holocaust. He escaped justice by fleeing the country, bringing his family as refugees to where I live today.

I've been learning more of my family's life, and talking to my Grandmother and reading her journal...
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>>759070
Post on /pol/ and be hailed as a hero
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>>759081
I did. They encouraged me to embrace my nazi heritage, which I don't feel right being proud of
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>>759090
then don't, embrace is, yes, it's your past but you dont have to be proud of it. Wasn't your fault your great grandpa killed Jewish kids, bro.

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One of the topics I find most interesting in history is the appearance of these Christian 'heresies' (i.e. deviations from supposedly orthodox thought) since the very beginning.

The Carpocratians, the Borborites/Barbeloites, Valentinians, the Marcionites, the Paulicians, the Bogomils, the Cathars and you could make stretch and even include the various gnostics and even Manicheans into these.

What makes these so fascinating to read about is that we know so very little about them since all their books were their destroyed, and most of what we have are polemics...
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> churchcucks will not worship this
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>>758514

The Cathars seemed like an interesting bunch. Rights for women, no marriage, vegetarianism. Too bad they viewed the world as evil.
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>>758514
We tend to get the worst aspects of them promoted or even exagerated because the church would not want to portray them in a positive light.

If you look at the stuff that comes out of the Nog Hamadi Library the Gnostics saw the material world as no more 'evil' than the Christians. It was more like a neo-platonic view. The material world is in imitation of the divine, salvation comes through knowledge of the perfect divine realm, allowing complete union with the divine. It's also somewhat similar...
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>Church says that breaking away from it would mislead the faithful
>Martin Luther said that it will actually make people closer since the truth will naturally guide them towards god
>instead makes a bunch of sects that get increasingly nonsensical
>years later Europe shifts more and more to outright atheism

But surely nothing in scripture says that disregarding authority would distance you from god, Oh Wait!
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Or maybe

>people are released from authority and view the world without Catholic preconceptions
>without church indoctrination they gradually come to realize that there is no god
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>>757920
which funny enough is also pretty much shown in the garden of Eden story
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There's nothing in scripture about having a pope vested with the luxuries of royalty and golden idols conducting bizarre rituals using the mummies of saints either.

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