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Local History by Cyril Brangernen - Sun, 07 Jun 2015 19:16:48 EST ID:OE1PGRtd No.55687 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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/n/ has their long-running local news thread, so how about a local history thread, eh? what went down around where you currently live? I'll begin:

>First and Second Battles of Manassas
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/First_Battle_of_Bull_Run
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Battle_of_Bull_Run
not to mention
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Fredericksburg
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Ball%27s_Bluff
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Chantilly
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Antietam
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/43rd_Battalion,_Virginia_Cavalry


>Revolutionary War-era Mansions
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gunston_Hall
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Hannah Drimmletere - Mon, 08 Jun 2015 12:11:42 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.55697 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pennamite%E2%80%93Yankee_War

Local legend had Ben Franklin rounding up the Philadelphia militia while riding a donkey to give holy battle to the northern invaders. Have the book around here somewhere, will post proper bibliography if it can be found.
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Barnaby Fudgebury - Tue, 09 Jun 2015 22:53:39 EST ID:PyWETaty No.55715 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55687
this is a non-sourced story, but where I live there's a particularly out of place hill in the middle of town. Back in the wild days (this is the Pacific Northwest to give you an idea) there used to be a lot of cougars on that hill. The town hired one man to hunt and kill them all, which he accomplished in a few months or something. He liked to drink a lot, however, so after killing all the cougars and being unable to find works elsewhere, he drank himself to death. In the process of killing the cougars he also killed himself.

It's a little too storybook for me to believe entirely, but it's a local 'history' none-the-less. There's a statue of him and a cougar, looking up at the sky together, with a bottle of booze at his feet.
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Eugene Drodgenere - Wed, 10 Jun 2015 23:37:03 EST ID:OwfckAcu No.55719 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Stonewall Jackson and Robert e Lee are buried in my town
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Lydia Hushman - Thu, 11 Jun 2015 10:03:58 EST ID:hT3/Evlt No.55720 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55719
Two of America's greatest military minds.
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yellow king - Thu, 11 Jun 2015 11:59:44 EST ID:8j9M75NY No.55721 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bloody_Benders

The Bloody Benders were a family of serial killers who owned an inn and small general store in Labette County of southeastern Kansas from 1871 to 1873. The family consisted of John Bender, his wife Mrs. Bender (later referred to as Kate, Sr., since no one knew her given name), son John, Jr., and daughter Kate. While Bender mythology holds that John and Kate were brother and sister, contemporary newspapers reported that several of the Benders' neighbors have stated that they claimed to be married, possibly a common law marriage.

They are believed to have killed at least a dozen travelers before their crimes were discovered and the family fled, with their fate uncertain


The man with the Iron Heart by Fucking Fiddleway - Fri, 28 Nov 2014 12:05:51 EST ID:UzmJd1sp No.54391 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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well I just watched a goddamn terrifying documentary on Reinhard Heydrich, This guy must have been the most cool blooded son of bitch ever
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Martha Smallfuck - Thu, 28 May 2015 23:01:36 EST ID:OE1PGRtd No.55511 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54421
>Heydrich was an outstanding, talented organizator and leader, therefore national socialist leaders considered him, as a possible descendant of the Führer.
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Hedda Cuvingtot - Thu, 04 Jun 2015 13:02:10 EST ID:e381if77 No.55648 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54801
dis is the craziest shit i've heard in my life, there is no god
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Edwin Goppercheg - Thu, 04 Jun 2015 13:14:07 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.55649 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54801


The usual methodology behind death by firing squad, is no one shooter would know if the bullet that killed was his own. Indeed, there was often one rifle with no bullet in the chamber. There was always a chance that the shooter would avoid being the tool of state sponsored murder.

With the NKVD shit was completely different. Awakened in the middle of the night, taken into a dark dead end room and tapped once in the back of the head. A single gunman, a singular responsibility.

NKVD were some dark ass mofos.
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Jarvis Blipperfodge - Sat, 06 Jun 2015 10:54:02 EST ID:5xY4XCgX No.55667 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54391
I saw the same documentary a few months back.

yeah, he surely seems like possibly the most vicious nazi.

wikipedia quotes him as being

"Many historians regard him as the darkest figure within the Nazi elite; "
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Jarvis Blipperfodge - Sat, 06 Jun 2015 11:00:25 EST ID:5xY4XCgX No.55668 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54456
yeah browse around that website for a while...


history of bumism by Hamilton Crittingcheck - Tue, 14 Oct 2014 13:45:07 EST ID:KSNRNi/H No.54049 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I want to know from the start!!! tell me!!! learn me!!! hahaha I said duty butt this ass no tim to laugh-guine
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Bombastus !!HToBa9dh - Sun, 24 May 2015 14:50:28 EST ID:ccIKPGhE No.55452 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55451
Fuck. Not sure why I said Rome.

This man was the Autistic Jesus of Ancient Greece
FIFM.
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James Fallertit - Fri, 29 May 2015 23:47:53 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.55536 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55439
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Jarvis Sonkincocke - Sat, 30 May 2015 01:15:26 EST ID:Ct1RIv3/ No.55547 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55536
kek
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Jarvis Sonkincocke - Sat, 30 May 2015 01:24:59 EST ID:Ct1RIv3/ No.55556 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55547
wow
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Hamilton Wendlebad - Sun, 31 May 2015 02:46:17 EST ID:OE1PGRtd No.55582 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55536
>tfw you realize diogenes of sinope was actually oscar the grouch


ISIS destroys 5000 year old Assyrian sculptures in Iraqi museum by Basil Choddleway - Thu, 26 Feb 2015 22:02:33 EST ID:Ino5DFs7 No.54810 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.liveleak.com/ll_embed?f=1431a010248e

It is not enough for Islamists to kill the innocent and seek the destruction of modern society, but they also feel the need to demolish history carved in stone. How does it make you feel watching this?
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Fanny Hickleben - Mon, 11 May 2015 03:57:31 EST ID:uP2qRK0l No.55380 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54810
So what? Art, like man and man made shit, is temporary. 5,000 years seems like a long time to an individual in the context of our lifetimes, but it isn't a damned thing compared to rock strata. We're insignificunt little fucks compared to the planet. It is neat that it survived that long, though.
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Fanny Hickleben - Mon, 11 May 2015 03:58:18 EST ID:uP2qRK0l No.55381 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55380
Meant to add this, nb for being too high to use the mouse properly.
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Barnaby Nopperwore - Thu, 21 May 2015 21:00:16 EST ID:OE1PGRtd No.55428 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55380
the whole point of this shit is that's it's fucking old compared to individuals. we're not talking about rock strata, this isn't /geology/ it's /his/.

go to hell.
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Fuck Pabberdale - Fri, 22 May 2015 00:27:07 EST ID:pwoOwDEk No.55431 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>54812
>a bunch of degenerate art
>a few church frescoes

most of the shit listed in that can be ignored by half of the political spectrum on that basis alone. The rest can be ignored by anyone who is not European.

Assyrio-Sumerian art is relevant to the histories of everyone who has an old world cultural heritage. The first men to write are now having their writings destroyed.
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Beatrice Sacklewill - Fri, 22 May 2015 07:33:09 EST ID:hT3/Evlt No.55433 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://youtu.be/c8R5BsoS4b8?t=54s

Nice little commentary from Star Trek TNG about why humans desire to hold onto antiquities from the past. Personally, I'm with the Noofians on this one and ISIS too


Books on Imperial Japan by Just some bro - Sun, 17 May 2015 01:52:12 EST ID:v9O7hdav No.55401 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looking on a few good books on Imperial and post-Imperial Japan.

More specifically, something that covers :

  1. Japan from 1900-1945 (covering economic, social and political issues, hopefully something that talks about the econmic factors that drove them to war),

2. What war time Japan was like economically, socially, politically, etc

3. Something about the Japanese occupation of China (including Manchuria and the more fucked up stuff that happened in Nanjing)

4. Something about post-imperial Japan, how US neocolonialsm affected Japan in the years after the war, etc.


If you could hit me up with some PDF's that would be chill af. Thanks for your time
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Phyllis Morryway - Wed, 20 May 2015 18:46:11 EST ID:lqiSC4QF No.55416 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55410
Libgen is GOD
http://libgen.org/search.php?req=Embracing+Defeat&lg_topic=libgen&open=0&view=simple&phrase=1&column=def
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Just some guy - Wed, 20 May 2015 23:33:35 EST ID:v9O7hdav No.55418 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55416

Thank you very much!

Now for my next retarded question, how do I actually get to the pdf from here? Nothing seems to be working
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Barnaby Grimwill - Thu, 21 May 2015 05:33:56 EST ID:7fEX/sqh No.55419 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55418
You want the mirror that says [1] and a download manager that allows continuing failed downloads as Libgen can be very spotty at times.
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David Blopperbot - Thu, 21 May 2015 12:04:08 EST ID:6nKr2p8x No.55420 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55416
Check out the other things the other has written, they are relevant to this topic.
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Emma Cillynot - Thu, 21 May 2015 17:32:43 EST ID:0q5LsAtE No.55421 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55401
A History of Central Banking by Stephen Mitford Goodson has a chapter on Japan's banking system and the reforms it went through in the first half of the 20th century, and how it clashed with the Anglo-American system.


Meh by Nicholas Foblingkock - Thu, 23 Apr 2015 20:43:30 EST ID:W6+qFF3z No.55272 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I have just one question. If I'm in a gen ed history class, and my professor didn't specify NOT to use it, am I going to get an automatic F on my research paper for using Wikipedia?
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Eugene Wegglepine - Thu, 23 Apr 2015 22:18:55 EST ID:DLmt4NiI No.55278 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55272
Can't really answer your question but NBC is bringing back boxing to primetime! Maybe that cat can compete. Wtf did he expect you to use Encarta 98? Fuck outta here
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Rebecca Sebberville - Fri, 24 Apr 2015 16:30:07 EST ID:J4c2zVfM No.55290 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55274
It's much better to cite a bad source than no citation at all. so you'll probably be fine.
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Sidney Pockhall - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 09:23:25 EST ID:vE/P4+mz No.55294 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55278
>NBC is bringing back boxing to primetime
hmm
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that guy - Wed, 20 May 2015 08:42:40 EST ID:wCizwvvi No.55414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55272
You reall going.to put you're collage paper in the hamds of wiki fuck me.its written up by dipshits like me who only know.half the stpry
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Graham Bommerderk - Wed, 20 May 2015 12:11:42 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.55415 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Wiki is considered the best and most up to date resource in some fields, taxonomy for example.

However I find it particularly bad for an objective understanding of history. I've read wiki pages over and over, and noticed the changes as years pass by. One can see the active effect of trolls on any contemporary controversy.


not trying to derail by 42 Years at Bernie's - Tue, 07 Apr 2015 03:13:41 EST ID:DLmt4NiI No.55092 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Can anyone explain why Emperor Hirohito got to live?
I once saw a picture of a group of Nazis in a cinema seeing footage of concentration camps for the first time. 2/3 of them being physically sick, not sure if the description were true but it was definitely Nazis in a theater looking very distressed. Has anyone else seen it? It was on Stumbleupon. Lost it in an HD crash.

Pic related: Gun fight with Nazis in streets of France
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Caroline Clusslekudge - Sun, 10 May 2015 03:56:36 EST ID:OE1PGRtd No.55375 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55210
Dioxin is more toxic than the kind of radioactive contaminants still hanging around Hiroshima.
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Bombastus !!HToBa9dh - Sun, 10 May 2015 15:22:27 EST ID:Gdv9y8tD No.55376 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55374
Oh. Lol. I missed a crucial part of the conversation, lmfao.


Nb for rampant retardation
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Jack Manningdale - Sun, 10 May 2015 19:19:15 EST ID:l+smvDFt No.55377 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55375

You mean like the dioxin the US dumped on Vietnam?
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Emma Criffingbanks - Sun, 10 May 2015 22:13:48 EST ID:8hSk1rC9 No.55378 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55377
No, he's clearly referring to one of the other well-known incidents of Dioxin being used in a populated region.
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Jack Hunningman - Tue, 12 May 2015 18:36:17 EST ID:OE1PGRtd No.55386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55377
That's the dioxin I was referring to, yeah


Ice Road Truckers by !!HToBa9dh - Sat, 09 May 2015 21:46:34 EST ID:1HMVEmd+ No.55361 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Who's looking forward to the rest of the series!? Can't wait for the next season
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Eugene Mashwater - Sat, 09 May 2015 22:29:05 EST ID:3jUgjvJn No.55362 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Please God don't let this show outlive me.
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Hugh Blollyshit - Sat, 09 May 2015 23:14:23 EST ID:AUWYOJJw No.55364 Ignore Report Quick Reply
excellent troll thread OP,
well either that or i'm dumb.
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Emma Criffingbanks - Mon, 11 May 2015 16:19:41 EST ID:8hSk1rC9 No.55383 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Just a reminding you that these recordings will remain a part of recorded human history so long as every server they reside in isn't lost at once, while every copy of the first time a man walked on another world was overwritten a decade later, because NASA couldn't afford that many tapes.
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Ebenezer Sevingkun - Mon, 11 May 2015 19:23:08 EST ID:VONHvkUR No.55384 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55361
Is that an ice road hooker?
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James Gavingsore - Tue, 12 May 2015 12:17:08 EST ID:jbHswyRv No.55385 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55384
Looks like Faye Reagan...........


Introduced Species by Cedric Niggerdale - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 22:51:19 EST ID:XGsXTwp6 No.55302 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looking at the american list, can I really believe these all were introduced via ship and survived on its own?
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Isabella Bimblefuck - Wed, 06 May 2015 11:03:33 EST ID:hT3/Evlt No.55343 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://www.smithsonianmag.com/science-nature/a-plague-of-pigs-in-texas-73769069/?no-ist
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Eliza Clagglestetch - Sat, 09 May 2015 23:33:06 EST ID:46Ivwr3B No.55367 Ignore Report Quick Reply
The English market commanded a better price. The English demand for grain and beef meant to maximize profits, landlords would sell all their produce to Britain. Never mind that the Irish are hungrier than the English, the Irish don't own land or currency, their lives worth less to the British crown than a sack of grain.


The Irish depended on the potatoes, because it was the sole plant that was not profitable to export, therefore potatoes that were grown in Ireland, stayed in Ireland.

The famine was a bumper year for other crops in Ireland. Ireland was the breadbasket of the UK.
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Bombastus !!HToBa9dh - Sat, 09 May 2015 23:40:25 EST ID:1HMVEmd+ No.55369 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55304
People have made it their full time jobs to go out hunting for these animals and bringing them by the pound to government areas in return for ransoms.

An introduced species is only invasive when it starts to hurt the economy/ ecosystem. Economy aside, the ecosystem being harmed is a very "so what" situation. As bad as it sounds, not all species were supposed to still be alive. Of course, we shouldn't purposely eradicate species like Passenger Pigeons or Dodos... But there's a line.
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Albert Clummledock - Sun, 10 May 2015 22:47:52 EST ID:EYQ6O056 No.55379 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55342
Holodomor as caused by capitalism , ops , I mean collectivism lol
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Hamilton Bummlelune - Mon, 11 May 2015 10:06:35 EST ID:J+AReqHU No.55382 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55379
idgi


Pearl Harbor by Oliver Sindlewill - Wed, 04 Mar 2015 18:11:29 EST ID:/+tLisk/ No.54859 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Something always bothered me about pearl harbor and now I finally figured it out..

Why didn't they occupy it with their surprise attack? strategic position, relatively low resistance (I would guess)

Why did they retreat after the attack?
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Jack Fablingtud - Fri, 24 Apr 2015 12:16:23 EST ID:LV4IRemj No.55289 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55284

Funny enough, Japan did eventually invade India, but it was already too late. And couldn't they get the oil from the dutch east indies?
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Martin Pommerhood - Thu, 30 Apr 2015 04:53:57 EST ID:5hZVu2Yj No.55328 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55276

If they managed to get a large enough force there. This is rather doubtful given the Burmese Jungle and the almost complete lack of roads in Northern Burma. The forces they historically committed there were about as large a force as they could have reasonably supplied and even then they often suffered serious supply problems do to the poor terrain and climate.
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Charles Chellernore - Sat, 09 May 2015 22:29:43 EST ID:jCQuqv7n No.55363 Ignore Report Quick Reply
I think maybe we knew about it.

But the extent of the attack perhaps we underestimated, they destroyed enough of our fleet where they were able to survive for many more months than they would have otherwise. They controlled such a large area because of this, but perhaps their greed got the best of them because they spread themselves over too many small Philippinean islands, the biggest landmass they ever had was Thailand, and they knew this.
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Bombastus !!HToBa9dh - Sat, 09 May 2015 23:23:36 EST ID:1HMVEmd+ No.55365 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>55271
Without colonialism, we have:
Current Haiti, current India, etc etc etc. Past the discovery and utility of electricty, it is the closest for of an Aristocracy as you can get.

Granted, it'd be nice if they could ease off colonialism slowly unlike countries just forcing off their technologically/culturally/socially superior rulers within 5 years. India and South Africa could've REALLY benefited from a slow release on Imperialism so they don't end up in shitty squalors like they are now.

Trivia time! Guess the country. Pic relevant.
Protip:It's all of them
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Bombastus !!HToBa9dh - Sat, 09 May 2015 23:32:06 EST ID:1HMVEmd+ No.55366 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55289
Keep in mind that the Sino Campaign had a death rate of around 1:10 for the Japanese: Enemy. They were used to pile-driving the fuck out of any fellow slant-eyes but knew that round-eyed forces were to be reckoned with (Commonwealth and Americans stationed there were annoying as fuck for them).
Losses in the Burma Campaign had the Shogunate (fuck, i love that word) change plans and head Eastwards to conquer the area that is more easily taken over and would put them in prime control of the Pacific. It also cut off any possibility of Australian advantage and they were the more technological advanced commonwealth country.
Besides, the Gurkhas aren't people to take lightly


Soviet Union/Communist history by Stalin !!CiKG+S93 - Mon, 20 Aug 2012 14:10:53 EST ID:rNjfnbhH No.45709 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Inspired by Manetho the Historian's threads. With this I hope to cover the Russian Revolution, struggles in the party, the history of the Soviet Union, and brief sections on the Comintern and other international communist shit.

1/?

1860's-80's-Nihilist movement dominates Russian revolutionary factions, interests held in the peasant masses but largely comprised of students and the children of the aristocracy, series of assassinations leading to the killing of the Tsar in 1881, Piotr Kropotkin notes in is autobiography they had a tendency to wear all black and discuss German philosophy (not important, just interesting)

Narodnikism appears around this time, main ideology of the Nihilists.

1892-famine in the Volga region and across all of the grain producing regions of Russia, Russian Government neglects to address it and hundreds of thousands to millions die, mass anger at the government leads to various Marxist, socialist, agrarian, and anarchist movements springing up.

-1893 Due to a mass exodus of Russian political exiles to countries like France, Switzerland, and Britain, a number of revolutionary organizations abroad spring up (for you anarchists, this is where Kropotkin really comes into play), in Switzerland a group called the Emancipation of Labour is founded by a group of Russian Marxists, including Vladimir Lenin

-1898 Russian Social Democratic Labour Party founded, bringing together Marxist and other left wing revolutionary factions into one party, similar to other early European Social Democratic parties, including the revolutionary groupings founded abroad.
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Rebecca Sashsture - Fri, 16 Jan 2015 10:44:05 EST ID:YIeqrGhq No.54633 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>54625
If Stalin were alive, this is likely what would have happened to OP.
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Molly Dullerfock - Tue, 17 Feb 2015 01:48:09 EST ID:tzOM4VnZ No.54772 Ignore Report Quick Reply
This thread is top-notch, easily the best I've seen on /his/. While I'm guessing OP won't be coming back, may as well keep it going in his honor.
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Clara Puddleworth - Fri, 24 Apr 2015 17:23:12 EST ID:BZYhocHd No.55291 Ignore Report Quick Reply
bump
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Ernest Niggerway - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 16:38:42 EST ID:d+uFavn1 No.55295 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>45709
Holy shit this thread is older than my kid
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Martin Pommerhood - Thu, 30 Apr 2015 04:48:30 EST ID:5hZVu2Yj No.55327 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55295
Congratulations now I need you to report to the nearest Party Headquarters, we would like to ask you some questions.


History of doggies. by Cyril Fuckingcocke - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 17:37:52 EST ID:eyu4T5du No.55296 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Did humans make dogs, or did dogs make themselves?
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Caroline Farringway - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 18:30:29 EST ID:J4c2zVfM No.55299 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://news.sciencemag.org/archaeology/2015/04/feature-solving-mystery-dog-domestication
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Barnaby Perryworth - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 18:45:33 EST ID:28lwhIxG No.55300 Ignore Report Quick Reply
http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2011/03/taming-wild-animals/ratliff-text

This is a wonderful article about the domestication of dogs. Once you start selecting the wild dogs that are most accepting of human presence, you start getting different fur patterns and other traits we associate with domesticated dogs.
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Rebecca Danningmine - Sat, 25 Apr 2015 19:33:03 EST ID:gS7J47zZ No.55301 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55297
>European
Pretty sure every culture did that. Well, ones that had dogs at least.
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Wesley Worthingfield - Mon, 27 Apr 2015 20:34:13 EST ID:LV4IRemj No.55312 Ignore Report Quick Reply
We share a common hormone, oxytocin. This is supposed to be released when mother and child bond.

What we did was we selected for juvenile traits. We bred them to love us like young puppies love their mothers. That's why dogs look so distinctive compared to wolves. They are big babies.

Dogs already had the necessary genes for bonding, they just weren't expressed in the phenotype as adults. Selective selection is very good at taking something which is already there and amplifying it.

Giving dogs intelligence comparable to a human is a completely different ball game, because nowhere in their genetic history or life cycle do they ever have this capability. It would have to be either explicitly coded/spliced, or brought about over an incredible number of generations.
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Shitting Drevingdock - Sun, 03 May 2015 13:20:02 EST ID:duvARJoW No.55338 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>55296
>Did humans make dogs, or did dogs make themselves?

When a mommy doggy and a daddy doggy love each other very much...


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