is it just me /his/ or are history lessons nowadays pro-islam biased?
I'm talking about krautschool history primarily.
/pol/'s "Merkel's NWO agenda" please fuck off,
I wanna know whether others also notice this
More like we are removing the old bias against Islam that used to plague historical discussion for centuries, and still does in some places.
Also, nice biased propaganda image. It really drives home your post.
awww shit know what time it is? thats right, Ask someone who almost majored in roman/byzantine history anything. Ill do my best to answer!
How common was Anal Birth in the Roman Republic? Did it get more or less prevalent during the Empire?
Can I get an explanation on who built the pyramids? Anywhere I look is clickbait conspiracy theories
Why is there so little historical contact between China and the Indian states?
What are some good contemporary philosophical works? (Contemporary as in, within the last 10-20 years)
I'm only acquainted with old shit.
How does Plato's theory of forms address subjects such as religion, particularly the Greek pantheon of gods during that period?
I only ask because I really want to discuss this question, but haven't had the chance to read Plato's dialogues.
Uh, hard to say. With respect to the existence of a god or of gods, there's a discussion in the Republic wherein Socrates offers something like his views, and the Timaeus where the title character offers a "likely story" (literally "likely myth") that offers an account of a godlike being called the demiurge (literally "craftsman" or "worker for the people") who makes the universe by using the forms as his models.
That doesn't really quite get at some of the perplexities...
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Gaul was taken, North Africa was taken, southern Great Britain was taken, Southern Europe was taken, even swaths if the middle east were.
All these places were powerful in their own right, but Germania was not. What gives?
It is much easier to conquer through empty land such as Hispania, North Africa, Anatolia, and the Levant, or already inhabited places such as Greece, Southern Gaul, and Italia than it is to conquer uncivilized forest.
They did manage to conquer Gaul, Illyria, and Britain, so idk.
I've got a Spanish report due on philosophers. I've got to have 5, but I don't know of any mainstream or even semi-popular Spaniard thinkers.
I'm not asking for too much, just send names and a breakdown of their beliefs
uhhh, spanish is vague, can't you use some people who just lived in that area?
Just try to stretch out the criteria of the word "spanish"
I suppose you can use people from the new world as well.
Google is your friend, I would help but I don't know much about those guys.
It was a Byzantine symbol that was adopted in the middle ages by various Muslim armies.
Countries that use the symbol now just stole it from the Ottoman flag.
Was Stalingrad the closest thing to hell on earth humanity has experienced?
Siege of Leningrad was pretty shit because of the starvation. Also the first day of Iwo Jima was probably pretty fucking crazy because of how small of an island it was and the frequency of casualties over a short period of time
Are there many historical examples of women serving in ground combat roles?
Soviet women serving as snipers is common knowledge, though how much of it is propaganda?
It was more common than normal
When you are being invaded, and the rifle allows you to kill a man from 100 yards away, and you are on your home turf, then women are useful soldiers. Soviet women did not join the rank and file on the march to Berlin, but did engage with the enemy during the blitz.
Is Islam incompatible with western liberal democracy?
What can be done, if anything to reform Islam and open it up to liberty and representative government?
Why did scutums have the horisontal handle?
The vertical one is much better.
Probably because with a horizontal handle you can fit your whole forearm on it to brace against a hit. If you have a vertical handle youve only got your wrist. Much more liable to break something.
So while googling norse shit I ran into this and wanted to know what it said.
I've looked through runes for a fucking hour now and can't find anything even remotely close to what's inscribed here.
Anyone have any idea what it says if it's even legit runes?