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I have a problem.

Posted October 29th, 2017 at 04:37 PM by CrazyDinaric
Updated October 29th, 2017 at 04:41 PM by CrazyDinaric

As you can see from my location, I'm from Croatia. I have to admit that I'm somehow ashamed of my Slavic descent.

I have been spending some time reading posts on the forum called Skadi forum, about Germanic superiority over Slavs, even over ancient cultures like the Romans, Greeks, Egyptians etc. They were saying that the reason behind the Roman and Greek success is that the ruling class was comprised of people with blonde hair and blue eyes ruling over the tan skinned population....
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The Limits of Might: Liam Lynch and the End/Start of Conflict (Part I), 1921-2

Posted October 28th, 2017 at 11:57 AM by Ascendant (…ireann Ascendant: An Irish History Blog)
Updated March 18th, 2018 at 11:05 AM by Ascendant

Article on Liam Lynch, from the start of the Truce and his attempts to both preserve the unity of the IRA and advance the anti-Treaty position, despite opposition within and without.

The Limits of Might: Liam Lynch and the End/Start of Conflict (Part I), 1921-2

At the IRA Convention of the 26th March 1922, held in the Mansion House, Dublin, Lynch was noted as looking "concerned and somewhat perturbed at this turn of events."

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The Dramatic Fall of Robespierre

Posted October 24th, 2017 at 09:04 AM by Eryl Enki

The Dramatic Fall of Robespierre

By Enki/Quetzalcoatl

Robespierre had been absent from public life for more than one month when he appeared again at the Convention on the 8 Thermidor*. Upon his return, Robespierre attacked those who he thought had discredited the revolution. He railed against 'certain individuals', but did not mention any names. This was a monumental mistake, since many of his listeners were alarmed, whether they were...
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Review: Britain's Lost Masterpieces: Season 2 - Episodes 1 & 2

Posted October 21st, 2017 at 03:03 AM by HistoricalGeek

Review: Britainís Lost Masterpieces: Season 2: Episode 1: Glasgow.

So, this time Bendor is joined by Emma Dabiri. I would complain about the lack of Jacky but honestly? I love that we got to see more of Emma.

As before Bendor is joyful to watch although slightly overshadowed by his co-star.

Emma is naturally vibrant and just a real joy to watch.

A must-watch for Art History fans.

Rating: 10/10.

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Was Alexander as Great as they Say? (Controversial)

Posted October 20th, 2017 at 05:24 AM by NBSHistory

A series I created on Alexander the Great. I in no way believe him to not have been "great" I simply was displaying the many overlooked flaws in his character. Received some backlash, but if you watched all three parts I believe I make a valid point!

I am unsure if it simply because I was taught mostly on his flaws during my studies, but it seems to me this point of view is very surprising to the community here!
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