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No.5676961 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
>moral philosopher
>eats meat
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The history of the world is the history of europe

No.5679067 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
First aryans spreading all over the world building the ancient world
Thens greeks and romans building the base of the clasical world
That europe as a whole would embrace it later to built the modern world
From the begining to the end
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No.5678258 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
>What do you have when you have one German? You have a fine man. If you have two Germans? You have a bund. But three Germans and you have a war.

No.5679964 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Did the Yugoslav partisans commit a fascist genocide? Around 100,000 alleged fascists were thrown into pits.

No.5679451 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
What's the feneral concensus on this book?

No.5674882 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
I’m going to post this every day until you remember it
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This is how the Cheddar Race of Britain actually looked like

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No.5679642 View ViewReplyOriginalReport
Where did the myth of the Blemmyes come from? They seemed to be reported by multiple civilisations, tribes of headless men

No.5663473 View ViewReplyLast 50OriginalReport
These battle flags the Japs used seem pretty rad. How come Europeans never did anything similar?

>inb4 regimental standards

I’m talking individual flags for each soldier, not a flag for each unit.
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