What if the United States had won the War of 1812?
How would that affected the European theater?
The British military was only comitted to a secondary theater in Europe (Spain)
The only way for the Napoleonic Wars to end differently would be a change of outcome in the 1812 Russian campaign where Napoleon lost his invincible army to frost, disease and starvation.
What's the difference between moral nihilism, amorality and immorality?
Post successful leaders.
What do you guys think happened in the Fuhrerbunker during the ending months of the war in Europe?
what did people who support hitler think was going to happen?
pic related realised how fucked he was eventually
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What about the Quran is miraculous? Is there anything in its contents that is truly outside human capability to have produced?
The book is keeping patriarchy and wifes freedom under chains and kicks and this is a major miracle.
What do you guys think of Kurdistan? How would the Middle East look today if they were given a country like was promised after the First World War. What will the future hold for them?
Well now they can easily carve their own state from the carcass of ISIL because no one would really stop them. They'd deserve it at that point. And they'd fight to the absolute death holding on to whatever country they found.
I think the middle east will be a shithole no matter what happens
>many religious dichotomies nibble at the heels of any army
>insanely large wealth gaps between countries due to luck with oil
>isreal randomly being awarded somebody elses land
>the cold war funneled hundreds of thousands of weapons into the region
You could make everybody in the region forget their religion and national history and it'd still be a bloodbath.
If most cowboys were black,native american, and Mexican then when did the image of cowboys start to become "white washed"
Why does everyone seem so intent on destroying pieces of history now? Whether it's the Middle East, Europe or America everyone seems intent on destroying artifacts of the past. Is it just the time we live in or have other nations and cultures done similar removals as they evolved?
Nope. This is a more realistic depiction of the buddha than those stone faced po faced asian men seen in thai stone craft.
Would Britain still be an industrial nation if it wasn't for her?
Just how Slavic were eastern Germany and Austria during the Middle Ages?
Wouldn't Adolf Hitler have many Slavic ancestors?
Opposite of the "late bloomer" thread that's up. Post leaders who started off promising, then fucked it all up big time.
Pic related. From what I've read about him, he was doing pretty well from 1968-1971 before he visited China and North Korea and decided to base his ideology off of them.
how did the entire Inca Empire get conquered by less than two hundred Spaniards?
I know they had muskets and steel weapons, but the Inca outnumbered them hundreds to one and probably had more troops than the Spanish had ammunition.
Those 200 spaniards didn't do it alone, they allied with natives who had a bone to pick with their Inca oppressors and hoped to topple them with Spanish help. Little did they know Spanish oppression would just replace Inca oppression and make everyhing even worse for them.
Not sure how accurate this documentary I watched was, but from the sound of things it was a quick scuffle in a city that involved the spaniards capturing the sapa inca. This led to a massive civil war, and chaos erupting while the spaniards seized Cuzco unopposed.
Spain then imposes rule after getting word of success.
ITT: Make a somewhat believable alternate history where your home country dominates as much of the world as it could possibly do
Harald Hardade wins at Stamford Bridge and seize England before the Normans.
Pretty much the ONE shot at power we had.