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Why does Germany allow these abominations to exist?

Ein Volk, Ein Reich!
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>>7119975
Why should they do that? The EU already has submissive slaves in the form of the French.
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>>7120008
bc french arent subhuman
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>>7118166
10/10 tour
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>>7120019
They are literally animals though.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tarrare
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Germany should balkanized, Along with all other european countries and all the countries on the planet. Prosperity and healthy civilizations only come to be under highly decentralized contexts.

crassus
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>dude just wait for them to run out of arrows lmao
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Crassus this guy advising us to march straight into the desert doesn't look very legit, I think we should go back to Armenia and pick up reinforcements before we invade.
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>>7119314
>CRAAAAAAASUUUUUUUS
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>>7119314
Who?
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>>7119314

why is a child slave the most expensive kind of slave you can get
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Because you get an entire lifetime of work out of them and they're a blank slate to train into anything you want.
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They're not, they usually went two for one, unless it's a young girl. Your most expensive slaves are healthy dudes with skills: blacksmiths, translators, stone masons..
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I imagine some great bidding wars happening over young blonde girls, a lot of Roman aristocratics wouldve paid good money for a hot gaulic pleasure slave.
Besides that though your most valuable slaves are going to be skilled adults, some of the best artisans and teachers of the ancient world were slaves as young men.
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you all forgot about gladiators, the prize fighters of their era, and most of them were slaves
they traded them around all the time, in groups, for other slaves
they would go for millions in todays money, the price of 60+ regular slaves
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Future value. Also less depreciation

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why allies betrayed poland?
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>>7119470
>Germany begins to amass massive amounts of troops on border
>massive radio activity
>multiple german breaches of polish airspace
a hurrr buh germans mobilized a large part a der miwitawy an made plans to kiw off pole civiwians in one day, make a sense right????
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>>7119417
Poland also actively sabotaged any attempt at early anti-German sanctions and Repercussions.
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>>7119236
Because Russia was in possession of all of Poland's territory and refused to play ball. It didn't help that the two biggest war hawks towards Russia (Churchill and Paton) were voted out and killed respectively. This left the pro Russians without opposition so they decided to fuck up and lose the peace.
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>>7119236
Because the allies weren't really in any position to strong-arm the Soviets and their gains in the East.
All refusing them would achieve is cause a diplomatic break-down prior to the war's end.
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>>7119470
>for which no evidence exists

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why do late roman aestethics look so primitive?
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>>7116048
That's a big shield.
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>>7111711
cringe
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didn't the world get colder for some centuries?
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>>7115956
the climate changed as well, start wearing trousers
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>>7119921
>>7118508
Christ, imagine how apocalyptic it all must’ve felt. The guns gangraping in the north, barbarians invading all over, the empire collapsing, the climate collapsing, China in the middle of the most destructive civil war of its existence. I wish I could’ve lived then, just to see hell with my own eyes

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Patreon early-access for the new Historia Civilis vid
https://youtu.be/Sj2UksH_nSI
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>>7118253
>the patricians kept winning
Wow its almost like the whole system was rigged or something
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>>7118259
Not really it's kind of hard to explain but Romans had to acquire Dignitas and Auctoritas for themselves in order to best their peers. The best way to describe it would be prestige. For a Roman it helped to have ancestors who achieved the consulship and various other offices. Caesar is a good example his family was down in the dumps so he used Marius, who was related to him by marriage, instead to achieve some Dignitas for himself and it worked like a charm. On the topic of consular tribunes the tribunes of the plebs were mad and humiliated that the plebs kept voting for the patrician candidates rather than the plebeian candidates who happened to be tribunes of the plebs. It really damaged their egos. Honestly the office of Tribune of the Plebs is a poorly described mess. It was a necessary office but damn it caused a whole lot of unnecessary damage due to it's overly broad powers.
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>la benis
dropped
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>>7110959
Why is he so cringe?
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>>7112855
>high-budget historical drama show
And yet they still look like such shit/presented so badly that I'm perfectly fine with literal flash animations as an alternative.

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Come on, /his/! Keep the book general going!
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>>7119722
There are several works of fiction suggested, but each are notable for american history.
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>>7117982
Alexander was a mummies boy whose mum killed Philip II because Philip was going to make another son his heir. Alex proved Philip right by destroying everything Philip had made with three words "to the strongest"
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>>7119749
I guarantee an american made that
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Currently reading the biography of Wilhelm II by Lamar Cecil. Just now starting the chapter on the reign of Friedrich III. Thoughts?
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>>7119926
Wtf? Why? Why do Europeans think we do everything?

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How did Republican Spain function? What was life like?
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>>7118038
I read it a while back but don’t remember much apart from the military stuff.
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>>7115664
Spain change of GDP (above)
Spain GDP (below)

Thr big changes are the war 1936-39, the end of economical isolation 1960, and the entrance in the EU 1986
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>>7119289
And the 2008 recession, of course
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>>7116084
it looks like soft fabric good luck
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>>7115664
Picture a trash can. Now picture said trash can but on fire.
That is how they functioned.

Is there any period and place with superior aesthethics than the West during the late 1800s and early 1900s?

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Did the Persians (or Iranians at large) have any major contributions or achievements pre-Islamic conquest? Off the top of my head the only ones that come to mind were they developed cement for building construction and roadways at the same time Romans did and the largest single-span archway (free-standing). Anything else they did?
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>>7119941
>roadways at the same time Romans did and the largest single-span archway (free-standing).
Actually they did that a long time before the Romans did. Did the Romans even have a postal service?
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>>7119946
>passports
Wait really?
>>7119973
I did forget about the royal road but wasn't the Roman roads more advanced then the Achaemenid Persian ones?
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>>7119982
>I did forget about the royal road but wasn't the Roman roads more advanced then the Achaemenid Persian ones?
It seems the Achaemenid ones were more advanced and grander, but considering Roman Legionaires were experts at building roads quickly, perhaps the Roman way was easier or had some kind of innovation.
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>>7119992
>more advanced
In what way? And source?
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>>7120000
>In what way?
Larger, utilized in a more advanced way. It's possible that the Achaemenid only revamped, reconstructed, and connected the roads of the Ancient Middle East, but even then, it was an unheard of idea on a big scale.

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Not to make this autistic but I'm curious to see if people have anything related to the U.S. military between 1870-1914 before the Great War. WWII is obvious a beaten horse, and modern military while interesting, has been done a million times and it's a meme. But I rarely see anything related to the U.S. military between the 1870s before the Great War.
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>That time the army adopted a rifle specifically because it couldn't accept stripper clips and it ended up getting dabbed on by the Spanish Mauser
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https://youtu.be/LpFh_9BEyOM
Irish American ballad about losers enlisting in the post Civil War army
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>>7119871
What's wrong the Krag?
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Besides the Spanish-American War, it was just a lot of minor colonial spats, mostly related to maintaining the U.S.'s sphere of influence in East Asia and Latin America.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Banana_Wars
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Second_Occupation_of_Cuba
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Negro_Rebellion
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sugar_Intervention
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_occupation_of_Nicaragua
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_occupation_of_Veracruz
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_occupation_of_Haiti
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_States_occupation_of_the_Dominican_Republic_(1916–24)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mexican_Border_War_(1910–1919)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/History_of_Honduras#The_rise_of_US_influence_in_Honduras_(1899%E2%80%931919)

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Philippine–American_War
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Boxer_Rebellion

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>>7119715
Here's the Philippines Campaign Medal.

How come humanity can land on the moon but can't figure out what the other half of humanity wants?
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>>7111151
True but u said it like its a bad thing
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Stop putting pussy on a pedestal and focus on yourself. You will be much happier in life.
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>>7118392
She kinky?
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>>7111094
>humanity can land on the moon
Lol
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This is why I'm fine with preferring guys

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Post interesting Islamic architecture.
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This is why nobody likes /pol/.
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>>7109302
I don't like Islam but I accept that they have some beautiful and interesting buildings.
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>>7114881
Are you proud to be a nigger?
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>>7117367
It's a shame because this was a good thread until someone decided to ruin it with their autism.
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>>7110582
>But most people don't call them as christian architecture
Because "most people" aka whites have an at least basic understanding of the difference between those, unless he/she is some hipster taking art history classes or actually cares about history no average American could tell you ANY differences between Persian and Moroccan culture, its all just sandnigger to them.

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There's the original 1800's gold rush miner, and then the much later 1900's gold rush miner. My field of research is particularly regarding War Production Board Order L-208 which immediately stopped all resoursing of mining operations and rerouted said resources to war efforts. This order put almost all placer and lode gold mines out of business, and the claims went un-worked for some time.

After the war some claims got up and going again for sure, but many did not, with only about 10% of mining operations resuming after the war, which then themselves slowly closed doors. This leaves an enormous amount of gold in the California and Oregon areas completely ripe for the pickings, especially with modern technology which can get our machinery into much more complex situations than ever before.

Rewinding back to WWII it is my field of research to categorize which benefactors purched which claims, or has made new claims where old ones were such as to bookmark land for completely unregulated gold removal. If you thing gold miners are above corruption...buddy, they invented corruption.

Just trying to follow the golden rule: what was the cause of WWII? Did a private investor see a potential trillion dollar industry just chillaxin' in CA's creeks and streams?
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Now, in 1952 there was an acceleration from almost 2% of what placer mining had been to well over what it ever had been before, and in a single season most of CA's placer mines were exhausted, producing 3.7 million plus troy ounces of gold in a single year. If my suspicion is correct and that a small number of individuals were behind this upsurge in mining during the spring of 1952 then a select few people became obscenely rich.

Marching forward to the present day we have Alaska. Alaska's been farmed for gold since the 1700's, and probably by the Russians before that. America's most important current event in the mining industry was just approved this year of 2019 to begin construction in Alaska on a number of dams, one measuring over 400 vertical feet, to execute Pebble Project: the largest American gold mine ever.
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>>7118206

WW2 was caused ultimately by the Treaty of Versailles & the Nazi Party's use of it on the Atlantic Front & by Japanese expansionism in the Pacific Front, not by greedy businessmen.
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>>7118958
The official narative has over a hundred million people dying to pay for the life of some religious buttface no one had ever heard of before, but hey...yeah. no need to look closely. you're right
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>>7119968
>The official narative has over a hundred million people dying to pay for the life of some religious buttface

Welcome to humanity, we are even shittier than your /x/ tier fantasies, which is why you subconsciously dive into those fantasies in the first place.

It's 1939, Dirlewanger injects himself with bullshark testosterone, breaks into Hitler's bedroom and rapes him to death. He goes on the radio and declares himself Reich Chancellor and head of the Armed Forces.

How does history change?
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>>7117998
Redpill me some /lit/ on this guy.
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>>7118120
raping people isn't celibate
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>>7118137
Seconding.
I really want to read more about him. He's literally the absolutest madman who ever lived
I'm convinced that if he took over, everything that came under German occupation, would immediately burn to the ground and be raped and massacred. Hell, even germany itself, this nigga was fucking Nero pumped up to 11, he could burn Berlin for shits and giggles if he had the power to do so.
I'm actually morbidly curious to know how the world would react to such atrocities, I mean, sure sandniggers burn and rape for the shock factor every other day, but it'd be much different now and happening somewhere relevant instead of some backwater village
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>>7118137
none I know of in English
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>>7118007
nice


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