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Why is the moon landing considered an achievement of all mankind when the project was researched, funded and performed solely by the USA?
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>>1554219
because it utilized scientists, scientific knowledge and technology from multiple nations.
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Literally not a single achievement or technological advancement in mankind was funded globally.
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>>1554219
Everyone was rooting for you.
(Except the Soviets)

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What made America have such harsh race relations?
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>>1553353

Its obsessed with race to being with. Thats where the problem roots.
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racism
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>>1553353
Importing blacks to do slave labor. Literally all of the racial problems America has wouldn't exist if there were never any blacks.

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>>1553227
>yfw the feudal meme struck another victim
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>>1553227
New Russia Party, Putin's political party is an example of contemporary neo-feudalism in practice.
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>>1553254
>neo-anything

Into the bin it travels

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Can we talk about language death? i.e. when a language loses its remaining speakers and becomes functionally (if not outright) extinct.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tuone_Udaina

>Dalmatian language
>an independent tongue that had descended from Latin along the Dalmatian coast of the Adriatic
>as the cities of the coast became more insular to protect themselves from the threats of the Slavs, Gepids etc. inland continue speaking Latin within the walls gradually shifting to a...
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Favorite dead language? Sanskrit or ancient Greek.

There's no inherent value in any language, but having a variety is beneficial.
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>>1538341
Manchu is pretty much dying. Only 10 native speakers remain.
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>>1538626
Jesus. Another thing destroyed by the fucking Han.

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ITT: Interesting historical figures

>pic very related
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>>1562178
>literal faggot
>Balkanaboo

What the fuck was wrong with this guy
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>>1562183
>had a pet lion
>went to cambridge
>life led to the creation of vampires
>his illegitimate daughter helped invent the first computer
>famous poetry
>handsome
>seduced some turk ruler
>lived in France, appreciating the beauty of the land
>friends...
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Francisco de Miranda, participated in nearly every damn revolution of the 18th century and traveled everywhere in Europe.

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Basically, all law literature is a theoretical mass of excuses for coercion by politicians. That's why it's full of inconsistencies that makes it so difficult to use to judge and act on, unlike physics or biology sciences.

Prove me wrong.

>protip
You can't.
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because you cant reduce the mind into units.

Do that, and then we can try things the autistic way/
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>>1562066
Dumping text about jurisprudence:

The juridical person in private law is conceived as a fact ruled by the legal order. A personality, then, is when the law recognizes the
pursuit of a common purpose by a collection of individuals, as if the pursuit was done by a single person. This emerges when personality is linked with a situation of fact recognized by the juridical norm, as a factor of individualization of the volitive being, and it does not imply that a sole statement defines the personality, because...
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>>1562066
Pretty much, ita just practical.

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So how similar was "boot camp" or training in ancient Rome to the modern idea of it? I always was curious about this. How long did they train them? Would they scream and mind fuck them? Has there been any real change in the basics of training soldiers in the western world?
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It was probably more like: Ypu are now this legionnaire's bitch and he has to teach you right or his Centurion will get on his ass. Oh and you fight in front because you're not as valuable
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Show me your war face /his/!
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Pretty sure that for most human history if you were a soldier your superiors could beat the fuck out of you, even rape or kill you for any reason they wanted.

Your reward for putting up with this is that if you sacked a city you got to pillage and rape civilians :D

I mean they were the greatest civilization for most of the recorded history so why no colonies, exploration or proactiveness on their part?

Europeans from Greeks to Romans to Germanics to Vikings (that even discovered America in the 10th century AD) to Portugese to Spaniards to Russians to French, Dutch and English, Europeans, it seems were always interested in knowing what is behind the next hill and the next hill while the Chinese were just content to stay this side of the hill and farm.

It makes even less sense if you consider that most colonies happened because...
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>>1561850
They're not as evil as the white man. The white man is the cancer of human history
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Vikings discovered a small piece of North America, get your facts right.
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>>1561850
u fokin wot m8
just because they did it to slanty-eyed bastards doesn't mean they never colonized anything

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The expansion of Vietnam.

How was it that Vietnam was able to push south and obliterate indigenous Cham and Khmer Kingdoms?
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>>1561817

It's not obliteration if it takes you 800 years to expand an area smaller than britain.
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>>1561817
Superior Chinese genes
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>>1561817
Nanyue having anything to do with Vietnam

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Was this guy the answer of Italian to French's Voltaire ?
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>>1561514
No, he's "It's just a prank, bro" of Renaissance.
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>>1561514
How can he be an answer to Voltaire when he lived centuries before?
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>>1561520
Both looks smug as fuck.

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if communism didn't happen, could Russia have developed like America? Where there's these huge diverse states with amazing cities dotted around the whole country
I mean, it's very different from america, but it's also this huge vast land that's very diverse.
Right now the only 2 places that matter are Moscow and Saint Pete. There's literally no reason to go east
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>could a country with 900 years at that time of totalitariam rule develop like the country founded on freedom

lots of regions will also try to break off im sure
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>>1561279
Only 2 places that matter today in America are NY and LA.
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>>1561397
well I think they are all quite diverse. I really like america, from chicago, to boston, new york, LA, texas. I love them all and I get a different feel. drivng through america was awesome, and in Russia it's a bit depressing that outside of moscow it's just a huge nothing. We have good scenary and resources but the tyrants are swallowing all the money.
>>1561390
if we switched to an American style, would we develop similarly? would we have the resources to?

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i remember playing some RTS games back in my childhood and there were these drummer units that were supposed to boost up the morale

was this actually a thing in real wars?
what did their music sound like? i can't find anything on youtube
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>>1561259
I might be wrong but I belive that it did, much like the eagle and colours did. However in musket warfare instrumental sounds were more often used to signal commands
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>>1561259
Not sure, but the drums and trumpets were used to give orders, like charge, or (specific) march, etc.
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>>1561259
Yes, although morale had nothing to do with it. They existed to quickly relay orders via musical cues.

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ITT: Your /his/ is triggered

>Hitler lost World War 2 because he invaded Russia and it was colder than Germany and that's the main reason Russia sucked
>Ireland sided with Nazis
>The war started when Germany invaded France

All things stated by my old History teacher.
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>Take tour in old castle to see cool old stuff.
>Knights had to be hoisted by Crane onto their horse.
>A sword could weigh as much as 15 kg.
>When a knight was knocked down he could not get up due to the Weight of his armor.
>All said by the tour guide.
>Triggered af.

Or

>Visit wewelsburg.
>Fake or blatant forgeries...
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>>1561292
>fake forgeries
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>stalin was evil

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What are the survival rate of soldiers during the 18th century?
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More die to disease and hunger than battle apparently, but i always find it hard to fully believe that. I find it hard to believe any soldier would stay in an army which was dropping like flies, nor would it be able to effectively function.
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>>1561074
>but i always find it hard to fully believe that.

Too bad?
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>>1561086
WW1 was pretty much the first major war where combat killed more people than disease

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Do Indians/South Asians have anything to be proud of? What achievements are distinctly 'Indian'?

The only 'history' they have surrounds relations with foreign people and appropriating other culture's histories as their own (Arabs Brits Greeks)
Do they truly deserve to remain an underclass in history or is there actually some substance to the we wuz kangs narrative?

I'm a Ukrainian-American but I've never heard of Indians contributing to history at all
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>>1561059
They invented the number system we use
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>>1561059
They invented the race we are
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>>1561059
>arabs

Wut?

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Why could not Alexander the Great conquer India? I hear d he was the greatest conqueror in history. Why couldn't he take control of a few back water kingdoms?
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This.

Also, why didn't he conquer germany? They were just a bunch of backwater tribes
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>>1561026
Why didn't he conquer America? Those fucks didn't even have civilization back then.

Macedonian phalanx would have totally rolfstomped them dood.
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Thirded

Also, what stopped Alexander from conquering America? Literally just backwater tribes
Imagine the United Hellenic States of Greek America, the world that could have been

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Why did the Pope stop calling crusades? Like why not against Andalusia or the Ottoman Empire?
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>>1560763
they did call crusades&christian coalitions many many times against the ottoman empire though
in fact most crusades were called against turks.

for example byzantines were actually helped by crusaders many times against the turkish empires/states. against the ottomans they were helped by crısaders in 1396 and 1444 which pushed back the capture of constantinople more than 50 years.

just as similarly the germans/hungarians got help from christian allies against the growing ottoman threat. one of...
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>>1560763
What do you think OP.
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>Pointless
>Nobody really gave a fuck what the pope thought after the high middle ages

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Ancient art in modern style

Post 'em
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>>1560748
wouldnt this be modern art in ancient style?
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>>1560748
>Modern style
Cancer
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>>1560748
ancient art transferred into digital media

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How do I into Hobbes?
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>>1560489
Start with Calvin.
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>>1560489
Start with the Baal cycle. It has the leviathan's prequel: lotan
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>>1560489
Get a toy tiger for your son.

Without any use of either
A. Some rendition of "because Christianity is here now"
or
B. "Because we're right and you're wrong"
Explain to me why the various flavors of European paganism was wrong for their respective societies.
>inb4 ad hominem attacks "gb2Skyrim"
I am a practicing Christian, I'm wondering if secularly, there's anything wrong with them.

Feel free to get into the details, but if it say addresses a particular aspect of Celtic heathenry not present in Hellenic,...
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Because Pagans were free people and society needs a cucks to function.
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>>1560291
Because organised monotheisms are far more effective unifying forces
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>>1560306
So, a dose of globalism essentially?

What makes polytheistic religions hard to unit under provided they're practiced the same over a large area?

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Who were some people in history that no one listened to but turned out to be right?
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>>1560286
Joseph de Maistre. He warned Alexander I. that if the Russian tzar by being a fool liberated the serfs and got them educated, entire Russia would become a giant slaughterhouse glorifying total terror and the royal family would end up killed. 100 years later it fucking happened.
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That guy who told surgeons to wash hands.
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>>1560286

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Got these for $27, rate my purchase /his/. Also, what should I read first?
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Not sure why it uploaded sideways, that's unfortunate. If you don't want to crane your neck, left-to-right top to bottom,

1. The Nicomachean Ethics, Aristotle
2. Nietzsche, Beyond Good&Evil (I have never read Nietzsche and this is all they had so I just grabbed it)
3. Meditations on First Philosophy, Descartes
4. Bismarck and the German Empire, Erich Eyck
5. Frederick The Great, Nancy Mitford
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$27 ain't shit, so probably a good purchase
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Okay fuck it one last bump for what I should read first, no responses I'm just going with descartes because it's the shortest.

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Emperor Basil II 'the Bulgar-Slayer' is my husbando!

He was literally bara: described as stocky and burly and broad, and he had a beard.

I want to kiss him! :3
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>>1560221
>husbando
>bara
>kiss him

Go back to your containment board
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>>1560232
>liking roasties

Beta as fuck, as well as tasteless.
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go back to being cucked by your dad you cunt.

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Apparently interest (receiving or paying) is completely banned in Islam. Not usury (exorbitant interest) but interest altogether. How can a society even run like that? Muhammad was a merchant, how did he not know how vital interest is? This makes no sense
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>>1560171
From what I remember, banks use what's purchased as collateral on the loans, so when you take a loan, you set a time to pay it off by or they take what you bought with it.
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>>1560171
Ironically, Islamic economies quickly became the closest thing to capitalism until the 18th century or so, what with the all trade ventures, entrepreneurship, enormous markets, economic philosophy, powerful financial instruments and practices etc.
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>>1560171

Usury was banned in Medieval Christian Europe for a time too.

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Why did republics go out of fashion or how did monarchies make such a strong comeback with Middle Ages, was it the influence of Roman Empire?
It seems there were considerably many republics around the Mediterranean in the Iron Age and rule by elected councils was all the rage
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>>1560161
Monarchies naturally emerged from the barbarian chiefdoms.
The Italian peninsula was more used to urban life and civilization so republics and other classic forms of government flourished.
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monarchies are generally produced from less advanced societies (PRODUCED. they don't necessarily have to move on, but that is where they come from) because it is less complicated and more efficient (especially in war) than a complicated democracy/republic. hence why rome had consuls and wartime dictators.
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>>1560161
I feel like Christianity would have something to do with. Stuff like Charlemagne and other European kings being blessed by the pope. A single monarch could probably act out gods will better then a group of people who have checks and balances against each other.

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Anyone else think their values and opinions are stupid memes? fairness was something i believed in, i would get extremely angry if i thought a certain situation wasn't fair, then i realized fairness in an inherently unfair world is unfair, most of my beliefs and values are memes that could easily be shattered. Anyone else here know this feel?
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No. Fairness isn't unfair in an unfair world, it's defined as fair. So being fair is fair, and it's good.
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What a dumb thread. I wish /his/ was just history, most humanities threads are just adolescent nonsense like this.
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>>1561330
What a dumb post. I wish /his/ was just me, most other posters are just adolescent and nonsensical like this.

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how did people use to banter each other in ancient times? how was the humor? what would people laugh at? tell me about memes of ancient times
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>>1560006

We know about a lot of Roman banter through their graffiti.

http://www.pompeiana.org/Resources/Ancient/Graffiti%20from%20Pompeii.htm
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http://www.pompeiana.org/Resources/Ancient/Graffiti%20from%20Pompeii.htm

http://www.sacred-texts.com/cla/proc/shp/shp12.htm
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>>1560014
>>1560021
ebin :-DDDD

600-grit very fine content edition
Go to wikipedia and hit random article until you find historical content

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sheffield_Iris
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tadibast_III
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Alexander_Martin
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pimpinone
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Llu%C3%ADs_de_Requesens

Good shit.
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https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/French_legislative_election,_1848_(Senegal)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_The_Man_from_U.N.C.L.E._episodes
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Malaysia%E2%80%93Ukraine_relations

History, historical culture, and geopolitics? I don't know if the last one counts (or if it even deserves an article).

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Was iron age the most aesthetic age?
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>>1559894
Undoubtedly yes.
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>>1559894
>iron age

That's not how you spell "Bronze Age".
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>>1559894
Maybe in the immediate outgrowth of the Greek Bronze Age. In most places everyone began to encase themselves more and more in armour in ages after.

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How have the commonwealth countries contributed militarily in the 20th century? Are there any individual roles they play exceptionally well? For example the Australians in the jungle fighting of WW2 and Vietnam or the reputation of Gurkhas in hand-to-hand combat?
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>>1559528
A huge chunk of the WW2 ASW vessels, corvettes and the like, came out of Canada. I'm not really sure why.
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During WW2, Canada was the "Aerodrome of Democracy," a term coined by FDR, as it trained a shitload of the Commonwealth pilots. The country also loaned money to Britain for the war effort, provided disproportionate strategic resources like nickel and zinc, and was perhaps a bit too eager in terms of volunteers for either World War.

Malta held out as an island fortress in the Mediterranean despite Axis attempts in WW2.

India was well represented in the Ottoman campaign during WW1.

That's about all I got.

>>1559565
Because...
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>>1559528
Australia
Ww1: Hamel and Beersheba, Fromelles, Pozieres, the well known fuckfight of Gallipoli
Ww2: Tobruk, El Alamein, first defeat of the Jap army at Kokoda
Korea: Kapyong, Maryang San
Malayan Emergency
Vietnam: Long Tan, Coral-Balmoral, SASR legendary in the jungle
Somalia
Rwanda


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