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Certain Agendas Ruin Historical Documentaries

Posted February 16th, 2018 at 03:10 PM by Radrook

What bothers me in any historical portrayal, be it an attempt at fiction or a documentary, is an obvious agenda. For example, portraying of a certain historically prominent character which has been generally accepted as belonging to one race suddenly appearing as a totally different one.

This was done in a documentary of Attila the Hun, where Attila was portrayed as a Northern European when all the historical documents describe him clearly as Eastern Asiatic.

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Vampires Of Hungary: The Holy Roman Empire- First Look

Posted February 16th, 2018 at 10:05 AM by Djenkins

Hi All, I'm currently working on my first comic series 'Vampires Of Hungary: The Holy Roman Empire'. It will be a vmapire hroro coemdy set in Hungary in 1416 and focusing on Barbara De Cilli- check out some images here-
https://www.facebook.com/davidjenkin...10?pnref=story and https://www.facebook.com/davidjenkin...99?pnref=story)
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The Nations of Exshire

Posted February 13th, 2018 at 05:00 PM by PoochieMoo (The Exshire Chronicles)

The backbone of any fantasy world are the countries! I currently have 10 countries in the world of Exshire. These countries are The Kingdom of Ferrin, the Arinate Empire, Athain, The Federation of Eterith, The Sultanate of Zafari, Aran, Ilryia, The Kingdom of Dragonia, Blackspire Mountains, and Leafthorn.

The Kingdom of Ferrin - A large nation that stretches in a diagonal line from the western tip of the continent to the dry plains in the center. They are large, wealthy, and have...
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Our Semmingly Nearby Moon

Posted February 10th, 2018 at 01:18 PM by Radrook

The moon seems nearby when viewed on a clear night. Yet at its closest it is 225,623 miles away and 252,088 miles at its farthest giving it an average distance of 238,855 miles. So the difference between being farthest and nearest is 13,233 miles or approx a little more than four times the distance from the USA East Coast to its West coast.

Which means that when the moon is farthest away, at 252,088 miles, you can almost fit 32 Earths within that distance. When it's closest...
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Liam Lynch, Ernie O'Malley and the politics of the Civil War, 1922

Posted February 10th, 2018 at 08:18 AM by Ascendant (Éireann Ascendant: An Irish History Blog)

Article on the working relationship between Liam Lynch and Ernie O'Malley during the Civil War, and their efforts towards victory in the face of the Free State's might, the IRA's mishaps and their own frequent disagreements.

The Treachery of Peace: Liam Lynch, Ernie O’Malley and the Politics of the Civil War, 1922 (Part V)

When O'Malley returned to Dublin in July 1922, after helping to cut a swathe through the countryside, he had been tasked by his Chief of Staff, Lynch,...
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