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Why Egypt Overtook Sumer

Posted Yesterday at 01:40 PM by Shotgunhistory

This is a bit of comparative History, where I explore why Sumer Was Overshadowed by Egypt.
I would love to get any opinions and comments
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Some translations

Posted Yesterday at 06:00 AM by brushhippie

I got some of the documents translated..I will post the bulk of the text...basically another of the corospondences he received..they were discussing back and forth the path they should take in reclaiming their country...there were some differences in opinion what they should ask for in their "demands" I guess you would call it..they were wanting the land they lost in ww1 returned as per the treaty of 1914..apparently he was in favor of kicking the current residents out which did not sit...
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Daughter of a WWII CBI Veteran

Posted December 8th, 2017 at 10:29 AM by KMZgirl

I have been researching the service of my father, John Houston Kimzey, ever since the night before his death, on October, 22, 2007. I opened his old trunk of mementos. Much information was learned that night, but many questions remain even now, 10 years later. After hiring a professional research company, those questions are still unanswered. The search for his main unit overseas continues.
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Pop culture and Egyptology

Posted December 8th, 2017 at 05:47 AM by Shotgunhistory
Updated December 8th, 2017 at 05:50 AM by Shotgunhistory

Made this video, which will be the first in a series on Ancient Egypt.

I realized that Ancient Egypt is still very much a part of our cultural fabric and that even if you think that you are ignorant, you know more than you think. Its Amazing!
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III - Minor casualties and two defeats

Posted December 2nd, 2017 at 10:29 PM by Josefa (Napoleon as a matchmaker)
Updated December 3rd, 2017 at 08:20 AM by Josefa

It may be unfair towards Messieurs Duroc, Rapp and Talleyrand to refer to them as "minor casualties" in Napoleons's war on bachelorhood. But as there's by far less information on their marriages, except that they didn't turn out to be happy, I'll cut these stories short.

Click the image to open in full size. - Géraud (or Gérard) Christophe Michel Duroc may have been the closest thing to an actual friend that Napoleon...
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