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Old September 10th, 2017, 09:14 AM   #111

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Greece

UK

Italy

France

Germany

Austria

Spain

Portugal

China

Japan

US

Russia

India

Israel

Egypt

Iran

Iraq

Arabia

Turkey

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Old September 13th, 2017, 02:49 PM   #112

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Italy
Greece
Portugal
Spain
England
Romania
Saudi Arabia (Islam )
Egypt
India
Turkey
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North America
USA


Europe
UK
France
Germany(Prussia naturally)
Russia
Austria
Spain
Sweden
Burgundy/Netherlands
Italy
Greece
Czechia


Africa
Egypt
Ethiopia
Tunisia

Asia
Japan
China
India
Mongolia

Middle East
Iran
Iraq
Turkey
Israel/Palestine
Arabia
These aren't rankings BTW just listing what countries have been the most influential. I think an overwhelming percentage of the stuff we talk about on here happened in these 23 countries.

Influential countries IMO I didn't feel comfortable putting on this list. These ones are largely in order, didn't really plan it that way, wrote a list and upon reading it the order i'd written it in made sense to me for the most part anyway.

Americas
Mexico
Peru
Brazil

Europe
Portugal
Belguim(which kind of made it since it used to be part of the Netherlands)
Denmark
Luxembourg
Bulgaria
Serbia
Poland

Africa
Sudan(I know Sudan isn't a country anymore and it's split but South Sudan as an independent entity isn't a runner up not even close.)
South Africa
Morocco
Algeria
Ghana
Libya

Asia
Korea
Vietnam

Middle East(If you think it's a travesty Syria didn't qualify, while studying ancient history you will notice that most of the big historical events were happening either in Iraq or in the coastal part of the "Levant" rather than in today's borders of the nation of Syria. Even Selecus's Kingdom of Syria always had it's capitals/biggest city's in today's countries of Turkey and Iraq)
Lebanon

39 countries I think that have seen the overwhelming majority of important human events within their borders.
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Old September 13th, 2017, 04:22 PM   #114

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Iraq Mesopotamia Tigris/Euphrates
Egypt Nile
Pakistan Indus Harappa
China
Turkey
Greece
Lebanon/Syria Phoenicia
Italy
Portugal
Spain
England

My list with qualifications for some countries that made them on my list
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Old September 13th, 2017, 06:18 PM   #115

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In no particular order:

The United Kingdom

Italy/Rome

Greece

Egypt

The United States

Mongolia/China (linking these two together because of the Yuan Dynasty)

Iran

Iraq

France

Spain
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