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Daily reminder that pic-related is how ancient Greek men looked like.

>tfw no burly, manly, ancient Greek husbando who is both your mentor and dedicated romantic partner

Thanks a lot, Christcucks
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>average height for males in ancient greek was 162cm

when will they learn?
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>>1699902

NO; THEY DID NOT LOOK LIKE FAT HAIRY CROMAGNIDS.
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>>1699902
Looks too Turkoid, the ancient Greeks were originally of Aryan stock.

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Is he the final boss of Philosophy?
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yes but because time is a flat circle there is no final boss
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>>1699854

All circles are flat, silly.
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>>1699854
Time is just one dimension in 4D curved space-time

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>Many Nazis were astounded at the number of Polish children found to exhibit "Nordic" traits, but assumed that all such children were genuinely German children, who had been Polonized; Hans Frank summoned up such views when he declared, "When we see a blue-eyed child we are surprised that she is speaking Polish."

top kek. Were Nazis retarded?
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>>1699831
don't Poles have more "Aryans" than Germany does?
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>>1699831
>Were Nazis retarded?
yes
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>>1699831
>were nazis retarded
well they beleive theuniverse was created by a block of ice colliding with the sun and that earth was the inner lining of a sphere with the universe in the middle of said sphere.

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Why did Paul get cucked out of relevance by Peter?
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Paul is the most important person in the creation of Christianity. Yes, more important than Jesus.
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But, Paul is the creator of Christianity.
The character of Yeshua was appropriated by Paul of Tarsus, who proceeded to build a large fiction around him. It is most likely that almost everything Jesus says in the Bible is an invention that can be traced back to Paul, save for a tiny few phrases that might have a kernel of truth.

But in any case, Paul is the most important person of Christianity - he is its founder.
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>>1699842
>>1699874

This. Paul was the person who turned Christianity from an apocalyptic Jewish cult into the gentile-friendly religion that ended up taking over the world. He's responsible for turning Christianity into a religion. By comparison, Peter didn't do very much. For a person who didn't even know Jesus, Paul accomplished (and is regarded for) much more.

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Is there a greater meme than religion ?
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>>1699743
modern feminism
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language
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>>1699743
By definition, no.

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Is there any historical accounts of what Socrates was really like or even about his upbringing? Dialogues seem to be pointing at different directions with the Apology claiming that he started his "career" in philosophy after the experience with the Oracle and with Phaedo as a student under Anaxagoras.
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>>1699716
Are there*
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>>1699716
It's not even established he was an actual person in history, broski.
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Socrates is a historical countries

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So this building gets caught on fire and Hitler uses it as a pretext to get power in such a short amount of time and I'm expected to believe the Nazi's didn't do it?

HAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA
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So this city gets caught on fire and Nero uses it as a pretext to buy land in such a short amount of time and I'm expected to believe he didn't fiddle to it?

HAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA
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So this building gets caught on fire and Bush uses it as a pretext to get power in such a short amount of time and I'm expected to believe the CIA didn't do it?

HAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA
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So these buildings get slammed by planes and Bush uses it as a pretext to fuck over an Iraqi dictator in such a short amount of time, and I'm expected to believe the US government didn't do it?


HAHAAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHAHAHA

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Were Philistines Greek?
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>>1699438
everything that starts with ph is greek you dumbass
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>>1699438
Probably, either that or Cypriote, maybe a mix.

They were one of the many tribes of the sea peoples.

their burials resemble those in Cyprus and the Aegean rather than those of the Canaanites, their pottery is Mycenean.

Represntation of feathered helmets very close to theirs have been found in Cyprus and I think in Crete too.

Some scholars have associated them with the lost Pelasgi tribes of the Greek myths and early historians.

They were known by the Egyptians as Peleset and were...
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>>1699581
So phaggots are Greek?
If so, Γεια σας, Anon.

If not him then who was ? Lets discuss this. There obviously were a lot of great generals in history, but who do you consider the very best ?
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Here are some of his battles
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan_%C5%BDi%C5%BEka

Khalid ibn Walid was operating in a very old military tradition of tribal warriors wrecking established militaries thanks to their mobility and eagerness to die in battle. He was very effective at this game, maybe the best, but he didn't invent anything new.

Jan Zizka basically invented modern warfare. If artillery is the "God of War", as Stalin said, it is thanks to him.

And he did it defending a bunch of heretics in Bohemia against the entire military might of Latin Christendom.
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>>1699390

Are there any non muslim primary sources on him?

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Is there a linguist crazier than Edor Nyland ?
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I'm unfamiliar with that person, could you tell us why you think he's crazy?
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>>1699375
I've never seen anything as ridiculous as the shit he writes. Nyland doesn't speak Basque. (Let that sink in for a second.) Instead, he spends hours paging through "the best Basque dictionary" to find words that fit his mad-scientist theory that all languages come from Basque, each syllable in every word being derived from a part of some Basque word. That some of the "Basque" words he finds are obvious borrowings from Spanish (e.g., 'eboluzio' from 'evolución'), thus...
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>>1699404
we wuz kings n shieet atlantian brother we uzed to have colonies all ovah te world made space mishionz an shiet till dat step nigger came and distroyed all the civilization on dis world

Currently trying to replicate this with my beard. Is this just artistic or did they actually look like this? How? Any hair clothing styles from his you admire or wish would make a comeback?
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>>1699261
He probably just had a huge curly beard.
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>>1699300
Nobles had to have been oiling and perfuming themselves. Correct me if I'm wrong but Nobel's are the only ones depicted with such glorious face pubes. They had to have done something to it
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>>1699261
They mostly used fake beards anon, don't fucking bother.
I'm sure there are people with good enough beard genetics to pull it off, but if the originals didn't bother why would you?

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This vacation I found this in the ground (Europe). it is made of bronze. anyone have an idea what it is? I've seen a dodecahedron. the object is very rough and uneven finish. it seems very old. would it?
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>>1699156
Kinda want to put a knife blade through it.
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>>1699156
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you stick it up your urethra

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When and when not is censorship ethical
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On a public forum? Only to block spam (not rampant ideas) and criminal activity
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>>1699142
>a public forum

What's a public forum?
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We can't allow racism here

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You know what would make this board a lot better? If OP's had a *minimal* word limit, not just a maximum word limit. If that were done, we could weed out most of the OP's that have zero substance. Even better, it might drive away posters who have a short attention span. "And humanities" would be a lot less toxic if it didn't permit basic, obtuse, one line OP's like, "Is monogamy natural?" and "are emotions just chemicals"? Sure, this might negatively impact some fun threads about memeing, but even meme OP's would be better...
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>>1699093
No.
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>>1699093
>>>/r/askhistorians
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Stop posting this. You claim to want quality but this thread is completely off-topic.

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It's January 1st, 1939. A freak earthquake moves the entire landmass of great Britain towards France and connects their former coastlines . Miraculously nothing is damaged and no one is hurt.

WW2 starts. Does the UK surrender like France as soon as a German steps inside the country?
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>>1699015

Not "as soon as a german steps in", but those 24-28ish divisions they had on hand in 1940 aren't going to stop the Germans for long, who can pour almost 6 times as many troops into the kettle. There'd probably be one or two shortish battles, and that's that.

The real question becomes what happens to the Commonwealth as an institution, as places like Canada and Australia and South Africa are suddenly cut off from the occupied mother country.
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>>1699015
>Does the UK surrender like France as soon as a German steps inside the country?
Yep.
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>>1699015
>It's January 1st, 1939. A freak earthquake moves the entire landmass of great Britain towards France and connects their former coastlines . Miraculously nothing is damaged and no one is hurt.
>he thinks WW2 would actually start

If you get France and Great-Britain at such a proximity with each other, the true world war would be the war they'd wage between themselves.

Hey guys im a STEM major and am changing it now to a history major because thats easy and I like history to. What is the best specialization of history or funniest one to learn about?

I was thinking learning about earth history because that seems like it would be the best for getting a job. If I learn about the earth than maybe I can find where the gold and oil is at with math.
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>>1698759
>funniest one to learn about?
The Holocaust
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>>1698766
stop with the anit semantic comments in my thread pol faggot.
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>>1698802
I'm serious though.

Go Jewish history and get yourself some networking.

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Why does the universe obey scientific laws? Is it because of God's will? Is it just big coincidence?
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>>1698746

1. YOU MEAN THE WORLD, OR THE KOSMOS, NOT THE UNIVERSE; THE UNIVERSE IS THE TOTALITY, WHICH COMPRISES THE KOSMOS, AND THE CELESTIAL REALM.

2. THE KOSMOS DOES NOT OBEY SCIENTIFIC LAWS, BUT RATHER SCIENTIFIC PRINCIPLES DESCRIBE THE KOSMOS.

3. THE KOSMOS FUNCTIONS ACCORDING TO SET SYSTEMIC RULES BECAUSE OTHERWISE IT COULD NOT FUNCTION, NOR BE.

THE KOSMOS WAS CREATED BY SOFIA, AND USURPED BY IALDABAOTH.
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The universe doesn't obey scientific law. Scientific laws obey the universe.
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>>1698879
/lit/ misses you

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What was all the gold and silver taken from the americas spent on?
Did the random spanish villager benefited someway from the influx of treasure from the new world?
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It was spent on crashing economy with no survivors.
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It was spent on the American Revolutionary War.
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They spent most of it trying to force Catholicism on the rest of Europe.

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Explain kamikaze attacks. How do you convince someone to kill themselves as the last resort?
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> If you didn't do this, we kill you on spot.
Wow! So hard.
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It's easy to brainwash young men into things like honor and that it's ok to kill yourself for the greater good. Optional: you also convince them there's an afterlife.
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For the glory of the Emperor

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What went wrong?
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Russians mobilized faster than expected

German Troops were taken away from the right hook to deal with Russia at Tannenberg.

Germany somewhat stupidly believed that Britain wouldn't get involved at all, thinking they were only going to be fighting the French.

French and British troops were able to lay down defensive networks at the Marne fast enough to stop the advance.
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>>1698722
I was watching a documentary about this the other week.

As first post said, Russians mobilized much faster than the Schlieffen plan was hoped for. Also, General Moltke altered Schlieffen's original plan which Schlieffen warned would leave the right flank exposed.
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>>1698864
Schlieffen's last words to Moltke were "don't forget to strengthen the right flank."

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Mughal art and architecture is basically Persian culture am I correct?

So .. India was Iranianised in a sense?

What architecture existed before Mughals
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>>1698658
"Persianized" is the correct term:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persianization

Mughal Empire was "Persianate":
https//en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Persianate_society
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>>1698658
>Mughal art and architecture is basically Persian culture am I correct?
Mughal architecture basically developed out of adding Central Asian (ie Timurid) elements onto earlier Islamic Indian architecture like that of the Delhi Sultanate or Malwa, which itself was derived from eastern Iranian (Ghurid and Ghaznavid) architecture. So while it had Persianate origins Islamic Indian architecture had a fairly unique development and looked pretty different to that of Persia itself. Mughal painting...
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>>1699152
By far the most famous Delhi Sultanate architecture at the Qutb Complex, dating from the 13th and 14th centuries.

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How was it living in a medieval monastery? How much did it resemble an autarchic commune?
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it was pretty ballin i loved it
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Why didn't everyone live in monastaries and support themselves farming like the monks did? The bible basically says you're supposed to live like monks
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They sometimes had these walled in rooms in them where a hermit lived until he died. There was only a hole to feed him and probably empty his chamber pot.

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Why don't Italians speak Latin? Which romance language is closest to Latin?
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>>1698583
>Which romance language is closest to Latin?
Italian
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>>1698583
>Why don't Italians speak Latin?
Because languages evolve and split dumbass

>Which romance language is closest to Latin?

Romanian has the closest grammer vut pronunciation wise it's Italian
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>>1698589
Why would it split if its spoken in the same area?

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What would the world look like if the Central Powers won?
I am bulgarian myself, so greetings central bros!
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The German war goal for Europe was "Mitteleuropa" which was a conglomeration of Eastern European states under German political and cultural influence which included the Ukraine, Livonia, Lithuania, Belarus, Romania and the Crimea and Poland, the purpose of those states was essentially trade and cutting of England from transcontinental trade to secure German dominion over Europe
Belgium would have probably ended up as a puppet and Luxembourg would have become part of the Empire while France would have experienced a similar fate to Germany and be forced to pay reperations...
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>>1698528
>Germany can just annex the oldest country in Europe
>and get away with it

What?

But the non-meme answer aside is that the germans formulated their ambitions in the September program, which follow what >>1698567 has had to say East-ward, and would've sought to vassalize Belgium and capture from France a corridor from Metz to Calais (and demilitarization and the like).
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>>1698528
Their would be more constitutional monarchies and less democracies in the world. French butthurt would reach truly unthinkable levels.

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How "unified" was the Roman Empire?
Was it something comparable to modern national state?
Or more like several semi-independent realms paying tribute to the city Rome?
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I think they didn't care much besides getting their due taxes. Governors of provinces and other officials did exploit their positions to enrich themselves. Varus was doing so in Syria before getting posted in Germania where he shat the whole joint up trying to keep on enriching himself.

They didn't have rights to raise legions as far as I know.
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>>1698474
so in what way was the roman Empire different from the feudal system?
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>>1698479
Republican checks and balances. That shit didn't really change much even with the imperator.

What are some notable assassinations in history. Im making an adult coloring book with said theme. For example franz Ferdinand.
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>>1698442
The killing of your mothers vagina comited by me last night
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>>1698442
Lenin shoting the czars familly. But like in a propaganda way.
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JFK, Julius Cesar, Trosky in Coyoacan, Jesus hahaha I don't there's lots of them

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Hey /his/, what's a good resource for learning about American history? I'm an American, and recently I've suspected that a lot about what I know about the founding fathers or our nation is based on memes and old memories from childhood history classes which proved themselves to be wildly innacurrate.
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>>1698431
How good are your critical thinking skills/how much exposure have you had to historiography?
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maybe you could start by not calling everything a "meme" like every other retarded child on this site does nowadays
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>>1698800
"Meme" is actually a technical term by famed scientist Richard Dawkins.

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Its known that The americans got ravaged by illnesses brought by the europeans, but what about Japan?
Were they affected by the arrival of the Europeans and their diseases?
If yes - how severe?
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Notice how the Americas are completely isolated from the rest of the world, while there's a direct land route from Europe all the way through to China, which is just a skip and a hop away from Japan.
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Japan traded with China and had already been exposed to old world diseases for centuries
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>>1698260

There was a famous cholera outbreak in 1858

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Why were the 1960s in the USA such a turbulent time? JFK assassinated, Vietnam War, Hippies, Civil Rights Movement, Martin Luther King Assassinated, race riots etc etc
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>>1698184
Democrats in power. Not even kidding.
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Cold War
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>>1698184
Cold war

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Tell me about some books written by people that lived in nazi Germany and Soviet Union that analyze communism and fascism in their country
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Well, ...Mein Kampf.
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>>1698263
Mein Kampf was written before NSDAP came to power.
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>>1698283
I meant he writes about communist influences.


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