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A view from the left wing : some arguments for russo-centrism.

Posted August 24th, 2014 at 06:27 AM by General Winter

Engels on the national question.

Perhaps Engels was the one of the founders of Marxism,who wrote on the national question more than others and laid the basics of the Marxist theory of the national question.And it is important to remember these basics,because nothing thrusts people away from Marxism in Russia, as a vulgarization of the national question on behalf of Marxism.

Alas, most of people are not conversant with the works of Engels on the national question, including...
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Sugar, Silver, Coal, and the Making of the Modern World Economy

Posted August 23rd, 2014 at 04:47 PM by spellbanisher
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Commodities provide a window into world history, as they are traded across borders and produced over multiple regions. The transregional division of labor is usually determined by differential environmental factors and political power. In the last thousand years, commodities production has typically been divided between raw goods providing countries that feature the ecological conditions as well as the social structures to supply cheap raw materials, and countries or regions where...
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King Arthur, the nomad warrior

Posted August 23rd, 2014 at 06:25 AM by AlpinLuke
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The figure of King Arthur has left an enormous legacy, but a very little [someone could say no] historical trace.

Actually to identify this leader of the Roman British Great Britain after that the Eagles left the isle is a very difficult exercise which has made many researchers busy during the centuries.

No one can have the presumption to be able to solve such a "mystery", if not with clear evidences. Evidences that so far are missing.

If we want...
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Aryan Invasion - is it true?

Posted August 23rd, 2014 at 04:01 AM by Santakanna

Hi all this is my first post. I am always interested in early Human history and his migration to occupy new lands. Aryan Invasion Theory has always puzzled me.
A.I.T. has created unbelievable number of controversies because of the very basis of discussion has no firm foundation. This is because of wrong ideas about races, originating the discussions from the time of Indus Valley Civilization or the spread of I.E languages and giving importance to trivial factors such as presence of...
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Who commanded an imperial legionary cohort?

Posted August 19th, 2014 at 06:24 PM by Salah

The ancient Roman army has been one of my hobbies for most of my life. But there are some aspects of it that will never make sense to me - one, is why the legionary cohort (apparently) did not have a commander.

The late Consular-early Imperial Roman legion had ten cohorts, each of these divided into six centuries. The Imperial legion was commanded by a legate, whose staff included six tribunes and a veteran centurion to serve as 'camp prefect'. The legion's first cohort was usually...
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