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Discussion/QuestionSilly Questions Saturday, April 14, 2018 (self.history)
submitted 6 days ago by AutoModerator[M] - announcement
Am I alone in finding the Edwardian Era (roughly 1901-1914) in both Europe, and the USA, fascinating? (self.history)
submitted 19 hours ago by Felix_Jaeger
Discussion/QuestionRecommendations for books for a concise history of Germany? (self.history)
submitted 13 minutes ago by PraiseSunStudyMusic
Discussion/QuestionSatoshi Nakamoto is the "famous" inventor of Bitcoin and yet, it is not know for certain who he/she actually is. Which are some examples of real "known" people who's identity was NEVER revealed but we know they existed and had a relevant impact in history? (self.history)
submitted 1 day ago by One_Cold_Turkey
Discussion/QuestionWhy didn't the Russians use the 'retreat and freeze' tactics in World War One that worked so effectively in both the Napoleonic Wars and World War 2 (self.history)
submitted 4 hours ago by corbiy
Discussion/QuestionFor those who have visited Babylon, or Iraq... (self.history)
submitted 21 hours ago by tracer1952
Discussion/QuestionWhat is the biggest criminal conspiracy in the history of the world? (self.history)
submitted 8 hours ago by TreeRol
Discussion/QuestionWhat are some writings from the library of Alexandria or the library of Baghdad believed to have been lost? (self.history)
submitted 11 hours ago by ShelteredTortoise
Discussion/QuestionMajor milestone in human history. (self.history)
submitted 1 hour ago by IR-Indigo
Discussion/QuestionHow common is it for countries to "fight to the death" like Nazi Germany? (self.history)
submitted 23 hours ago by GrapeMeHyena
Discussion/QuestionHow did the lion become such a widespread symbol of nobility? (self.history)
submitted 3 hours ago by mr_impastabowl
Discussion/QuestionHistory as a Hobby (self.history)
submitted 17 hours ago by Dcg50c
Discussion/QuestionHow come the french population was so numerous for so long, then seemingly stagnated? (self.history)
submitted 6 hours ago by Landmedlagbyggas
Discussion/QuestionSuggestions for Historical Re-enactment TV Series? (self.history)
submitted 2 hours ago by DefaultAnthony
Discussion/QuestionHow easy was it to get a sword in medieval Europe after the fall of the Western Roman Empire? (self.history)
submitted 21 hours ago by SegavsCapcom
Discussion/QuestionWhat were the 10 most politically significant battles of the medieval era between 1066-1487? (self.history)
submitted 3 hours ago * by flyingscosman4472
News articleHans Asperger aided and supported Nazi programme, study says (theguardian.com)
submitted 1 hour ago by marquis_of_chaos
Discussion/QuestionWWII veteran's stories (self.history)
submitted 1 day ago by kgv99335
Discussion/QuestionWhat are some of the oldest recorded wars in human history? (self.history)
submitted 19 hours ago by NerdyKeith
Discussion/QuestionWhat are some good sources to learn about Hussite Wars and that general time? (self.history)
submitted 18 hours ago by Gay_for_Ackles
Discussion/QuestionWhat did Germany plan to do with France in WW1? (self.history)
submitted 19 hours ago by escargotcultist
Are there any good arguments to be made that Shah Jahan is more influential than Niccolo Machiavelli? (self.history)
submitted 17 hours ago by BortWosniak
Discussion/QuestionIdeas for a history club? (self.history)
submitted 1 day ago by Orlaiththeirishchild
Discussion/QuestionWhat did the communist countries teach their citizens about capitalist countries and thermonuclear war? (self.history)
submitted 13 hours ago by samtheknight10
Discussion/Question20th century young people progressive movement. (self.history)
submitted 11 hours ago by berberderder
Discussion/QuestionWhat did the allies do with captured Hitler youth? (self.history)
submitted 2 days ago * by YUNGBRICCNOLACCIN
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