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modify delete 21010 - from Marta128 , 14 yrs (sweden) - 2023-06-24
History - "world war 1"

hi is anyone interested in WW1? I feel like a lot more people are interested in WW2 even tho WW1 impacted the world just as much if not even more.

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modify delete 21012 - Reply from Joe232 , 14 yrs (United States) - 2023-08-11

You are absolutely right!

modify delete 20975 - from Arthur173 , 13 yrs (Russia) - 2022-11-28
History - "Russian Empire"

Hi there I'm Arthur from Alabuga International school and want to know is someone interested in Russian Empire. The most important to know about it: the monarchy in Russian Empire was from 1721 to 1917, the Russian empire fall become when Bolsheviks came and then Soviet Union. I want to here your opinion about Russian Empire.

modify delete 20973 - from Anvar173 , 12 yrs (Russion) - 2022-11-28
History - "The Arab Caliphate"

The initial core of the caliphate was the Muslim community — the Ummah, created by the Prophet Muhammad at the beginning of the VII century in Hejaz (Western Arabia). Initially, this community was small and represented a proto-state formation of a super-religious nature, by analogy with the Mosaic state or the First Communities of Christ [source not specified 613 days]. As a result of Muslim conquests, a huge state was created, which included the Arabian Peninsula, Iraq, Iran, most of the Transcaucasia (in particular, the Armenian Highlands, the Caspian territories, the Colchis Lowland, as well as the districts of Tbilisi), Central Asia, Syria, Palestine, Egypt, North Africa, most of the Iberian Peninsula, Sindh.

The word caliphate (Arabic: خلليييييييي - Khalīfah — "heir", "representative") means both the title of the caliph and the vast state created after Muhammad by the Arab conquerors under the leadership of his "caliphs" (governors).

The era of the existence of the Arab Caliphate, together with several subsequent centuries of the heyday of general Islamic science and culture, are referred to in Western historiography as the Golden Age of Islam.

The Righteous Caliphate (632-661)
Main article: The Righteous Caliphate

The territory of the Caliphate in 632
After the death of the Prophet Muhammad in 632, a Righteous Caliphate was created. It was headed by four Righteous caliphs: Abu Bakr al-Siddiq, Umar ibn al-Khattab, Uthman ibn Affan and Ali ibn Abu Talib. During their rule, the Arabian Peninsula, the Levant (Sham), the Caucasus, part of North Africa from Egypt to Tunisia and the Iranian Highlands were included in the Caliphate.

modify delete 20972 - from Elena173 , 12 yrs (Russia) - 2022-11-28
History - "Cleopatra"

Cleopatra- was Queen of the Ptolemaic Kingdom of Egypt from 51 to 30 BC, and its last active ruler.[note 5] A member of the Ptolemaic dynasty, she was a descendant of its founder Ptolemy I Soter, a Macedonian Greek general and companion of Alexander the Great.[note 6] After the death of Cleopatra, Egypt became a province of the Roman Empire, marking the end of the second to last Hellenistic state and the age that had lasted since the reign of Alexander (336–323 BC).[note 7] Her native language was Koine Greek, and she was the only Ptolemaic ruler to learn the Egyptian language. What do you think about her? Do you know some interesting facts about ancient Egypt?

modify delete 20965 - from Arthur173 , 13 yrs (Russia) - 2022-11-25
History - "Question"

Hello I'm Arthur from Russia and i want to ask you a question.How do you rate contribution of your country in history events and separatly rate contribution in WWII?

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modify delete 20992 - Reply from REE KID46 , 13 yrs (USA) - 2023-02-09

First, all China did in WWII was get invaded by Japan and had to have someone save them (USA, France, USSR, England). The first place goes to USSR, which had the most deaths, and eventually captured Berlin. Second place goes to the USA, they donated a lot of weapons and sold loans to the allies, and later in the war, sent troops to help re-take France, Belgium, and the Netherlands, capturing west Germany. 3rd place to Britain, not too far behind the USA. The last place belongs to China and France, both of which got instantly crushed and of no use.

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modify delete 20980 - Reply from Jintong75 , 16 yrs (Chinese) - 2022-12-30

I think China and the USSR share the first place of contribution in WW2.

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modify delete 20974 - Reply from Almaz173 , 12 yrs (Russia) - 2022-11-28

Poets Horace and Virgil, the philosopher Seneca, and the eminent orator and philosopher Cicero. Imperial Rome had a more regal appearance that demonstrated the state's might. The streets were widened, and magnificent structures like the Pantheon and the Great Circus (Coliseum) were constructed. There are baths and triumphal arches. Aqueducts were constructed as a system. Today, only two of them are still in use. improved dome and vault. The Romans were the first to create concrete, glazed windows, and urban sewer systems. the most effective network of roads in antiquity. Roman law gained widespread recognition, and the Romans are regarded as the creators of legal civilization.

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modify delete 20971 - Reply from Almaz173 , 12 yrs (Russia) - 2022-11-28

Establishment of institutes of learning. Prior to the Academy "House of Sciences" in Baghdad, 830 students first attended grammar schools in Basra, Kufa, and Baghdad. Cairo's first university opened its doors in 972, while Cordoba's 27 madrasahs had students studying astronomy, medicine, algebra, and philosophy in the 10th century. In the Moroccan city of Fes, a university was established in 859.
Travels. Arab explorers were among the most well-known in the Middle Ages, particularly Ibn Battuta of Tangier.
Islam. From Zanzibar in the south to the Volga Bulgaria in the north, from China and Indonesia in the east to Morocco in the west, this religion has expanded throughout a wide area.

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modify delete 20970 - Reply from Almaz173 , 12 yrs (Russia) - 2022-11-28

The four great innovations of ancient China—paper, the compass, gunpowder, and printing—are among the most important inventions of human civilisation, and they were all created in China (both woodcut and typesetting).

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modify delete 20968 - Reply from Almaz173 , 12 yrs (Russia) - 2022-11-28

According to a former essay by the Russian philosopher V.S. Solovyov, among all significant peoples, the idea of a national messianism emerges. This thought is only beneficial if it takes the form of Christian universalism, however. I.V. Kireevsky, P.Ya. Chaadaev, and N.Ya. Danilevsky all expressed the view in the 19th century that Russia will have a significant impact on European society and establish a high level of culture. In his Pushkin address from 1880, F.M. Dostoevsky put this notion forth and connected it to the nature of the Russian people.

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modify delete 20966 - Reply from Ella 187 , 15 yrs (Germany) - 2022-11-25

I mean, Germany started the Second World War and the First World War in cooperation with Austria so it’s not a very positive reassume for Germany. Now it’s very quiet around us I guess but I’m the past we were involved in many conflicts…

modify delete 20961 - from Bree58 , 25 yrs (America) - 2022-11-05
History - "Real Inventor of the Lightbulb"

Lewis Latimer! is the REAL person who invented the light bulb and NOT Thomas Edison. Yes, I said it, haha. Lewis Latimer invented the coils and a long lasting lightbulb back in 1800s. Yes, as you know it was already a harder time and struggle for black people back then and guess what?- Thomas Edison STOLE/mimicked the idea of the light bulb, then claiming he invented it. -Thanks 4 reading!

modify delete 20957 - from Anne30 (USA) - 2022-10-30
History - "Underrated Historical Figures"

Who do yall think is the most underrated historical figure?

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modify delete 20981 - Reply from Jintong75 , 16 yrs (China) - 2022-12-30

I think the answer must be Mao-Tse tung. Most of the evaluation around the world (even in China) describe him as a Autocratic tyrant who killed the democracy in China and bring death with hunger to China. Someone also compared him with Stalin. But the truth is he brought freedom, democracy and richness to Chinese people, First, China finished the industrial base in his age. And the level of democracy was the highest in Chinese history during his age, especially during the Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution. At that time, if the government of somewhere was corrupt, people there had the right and power to recall the corrupt officials or even organise a committee to replace the government. And the persecution to the intellectuals is a lie, though some professors had moved to the countryside but their living conditions were much better than the local people. Actually, Chinese people began to suffer from corrupt and bureaucrats since his death and his conservative enemies who wanted to slave Chinese people and gather money and power took over this country.

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modify delete 20960 - Reply from Ella180 , 15 yrs (Germany) - 2022-11-01

That’s a very interesting question. I thought about it a long time and I think that in the German history Count Stauffenberg is a very interesting and underrated character. He tried to do an assassination to kill Adolph Hitler. He failed and was killed by the nazis after it but I personally think that too few people know about him.

modify delete 20906 - from jade210 , 12 yrs (france) - 2021-12-17
History - "history"

hello I love the history of kings or the era of the pharaohs

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modify delete 20956 - Reply from Kalim 195 , 14 yrs (Canada) - 2022-10-27

I could a agree Ancient Egypt but the Greeks and ancient Chinese's are pretty good as well.

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modify delete 20951 - Reply from Eleanor 183 , 10 yrs (Canada ) - 2022-08-05

I love ancient Egypt

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modify delete 20925 - Reply from Iris168 , 10 yrs (Mexique) - 2022-03-14

Me too !

modify delete 20886 - from Kinlee143 (usa) - 2021-09-26
History - "hitler"

did yall know that hitler killed himself

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modify delete 20995 - Reply from Tacey221 (USA) - 2023-03-21

He also killed his dog

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modify delete 20959 - Reply from Ella 180 , 15 yrs (Germany) - 2022-11-01

I think that one interesting fact about this is that he married his girlfriend Eva Braun a few minutes before he killed himself and she also did suicide.

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modify delete 20958 - Reply from Anne30 (USA) - 2022-10-31

Yep. He also had only one ball

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modify delete 20903 - Reply from Nicole156 , 14 yrs (USA) - 2021-11-23

Yes, I knew! He killed himself because The Russian army was getting closer to reaching him. He was over a chance to flee but choose to kill himself and his wife. Hoped this helped!

modify delete 20884 - from Gaoyuan86 (ChA) - 2021-08-31
History - "make friends"

I know a lot about ancient Chinese history!  If you like, I can tell you a lot of interesting ancient Chinese history vividly!  Please contact me at yycicishi@sina.com

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modify delete 20943 - Reply from Emil173 , 8 yrs (Russia) - 2022-06-08

Hello.My name is Emil. I don't know about Chinese History. Please,share with me about this.

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modify delete 20902 - Reply from Eva190 , 9 yrs (Australia) - 2021-11-03


modify delete 20872 - from Yifei113 , 15 yrs (cn) - 2021-08-05
History - "i think there's a mistake in the introduction of Chinese history on this website"

According to this website,China was founded in Qin Dynasty.But as i know,the emperor of Qin is Ying Zheng.Before that,he was the prince of The vassal states of Qin,but The vassal states of Qin is belong to the Dynasty zhou.there're emperors in the Dynasty zhou,then,The Emperor of Zhou enfeoffed the vassals,The vassals managed their respective fiefs, and Zhou Tianzi unified the leadership of the vassals.Later, when the vassals had ambitions, they began to fight for power.From then on, the emperor gradually fell into disuse.But at this time, officially, the Zhou Royal Family still ruled the country,unti Ying Zheng usurped the throne and unified China.The Xia, Shang and Zhou Dynasties are clearly recorded in ancient documents. Among them, the Xia Dynasty was the first dynasty in Chinese History; the Shang Dynasty was established after Shang Tang Destroyed Xia; and the Zhou Dynasty was established after King Wu of Zhou conquered Zhou and destroyed Shang Dynasty.Before the Xia Dynasty, the famous Chinese historical records called forelock recorded that there was the period of Yellow Emperor Entei Chi You's occupation, and also the period of Yao, Shun and Yu after the unification of the tribes in China. Great Flood was credited with the abdication of the throne to Yu the Great, thus began the first dynasty of China —— The Xia Dynasty, in which Yu the Great's son usurped the throne, ended the abdication of the tribal alliance and adopted the hereditary system of the feudal throne.
so i think,China should start with the xia Dynasty(about2070~1600BC),not221BC

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modify delete 20873 - Reply from Yifei113 , 15 yrs (cn) - 2021-08-05

oh,sorry,not“forelock”,it is Records of the Historian,written by the great historian of Dynasty Han,Sima Qian.Sima Qian (90~145 BC) , Xia Yang (today's southern Hancheng in China) people, a saying Longmen (today's Shanxi Hejin) people. The great historians, litterateurs and thinkers of the Western Han Dynasty in China. Sima Tan's son, Ren Taishi Ling, was sentenced to court for Defending Li Ling's surrender, and later Ren Zhongshu Ling. Strive to continue to complete the history books, by posterity as Shiqian, Sima Qian, the father of history. In his early years, Sima Qian studied under Kong Anguo and Dong Zhongshu, traveling widely to learn customs and gather stories. I was sent to the southwest. Yuan Feng three years (108 BC) he held the post of Taishi Ling(太史令), inherited the father, writing history. He created China's first biographical general history, Shiji (formerly Records of the Grand Historian) , with his historical knowledge of "studying the relationship between heaven and man, passing through the past and the present, and becoming a family's opinion" . Widely regarded as a model of Chinese history, the book records a history of more than 3,000 years from the legendary Yellow Emperor period to the first year of the Yuanshou reign of Emperor Wudi of the Han Dynasty, the first of the "twenty-five histories" , by Lu Xun as "the historian's Swan Song, without rhyme from the LISAO(离骚). "( in baidu).

modify delete 20853 - from Berniece142 , 28 yrs (USA) - 2021-05-20
History - "Multiculturalism Study"

Hello! I already wrote earlier that I taught literature to students. Then, I was strongly interested in several areas, including I am interested in studying anthropology, especially about multiculturalism. I would love to know more about this area. If you are a student and study multiculturalism, then I hope for your help. Tell me, could you share examples of your assignments?

modify delete 20833 - from Oneli134 , 13 yrs (Sri Lanka) - 2021-04-15
History - "History is fun!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!1"

Hello! I absolutely love history. It's my favorite subject. History is full of laughter, passion, and drama. I love learning about greek and roman history.I'm interested in learning more about it too. I would also like to make friends with someone who loves history too. I mean who doesn't like history

modify delete 20813 - from Solomon210 , 14 yrs (Uganda) - 2021-03-03
History - "African history"

Hi guys am Solomon,And I really know a lot about African History and cultures You can ask me if interested

modify delete 20809 - from Amadi231 , 14 yrs (Sri Lanka) - 2021-02-25
History - "History"

Hello, Any one interest about ancient civilizations.

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modify delete 20969 - Reply from Arthur 173 , 13 yrs (Russia) - 2022-11-28

Does Roman Empire counts as ancient civilization if yes, I am interested in it because of political structure in it. Additionally Roman Empire imperators and their history and mystical circumstances their death.

modify delete 20772 - from Arevik252 (Armenia) - 2021-01-31
History - "History of Armenia"

Believe it or not, the History of a country named Armenia is fascinating.

They say modern Armenians have the least genetic distance to the Armenians from the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Urartian, classical and medieval ages. Urartian (Biainili) age in Armenia started in the 9th century BC when the Armenian urban settlements were united into a kingdom.

Armenia's alphabet is unique, it covers many secrets, all representing natural phenomena.

Armenian illuminated manuscripts cover Armenia's history, tell of their ancestors, keep their memory alive.

Armenia had several dynasties, each of which has had its unique influence on modern Armenia.

Different Armenian kingdoms were forced to fight Rome, Persia, Arabs. Armenians had to endure the Turkish invasions, the Mongol invasions, the Tatar invasions.

Armenia had been in the way during the Roman-Persian wars, Turkish-Persian wars, Russian-Persian wars, Russian-Turkish wars.

Armenia's capital, Yerevan, was originally known as Erebuni and built by the Armenian king of Biainili (782 BC).

Even though Armenians were under the rule of different foreign kings after the fall of the Armenian kingdom of Artashessians, they still fought and gained a new kingdom.

Some people say it's incredible that Armenians still exist. From a certain point of view, it is incredible.

The many wars that took place in the territory of Armenia, the Turkish, then later Tatar (i.e. Azerbaijani) invasions to Armenia took the lives of millions of Armenians.

After the Turkish invasions, when they fell under Turkish rule, the only way to protect themselves was to fight in self-defense battles.

After the internationalization of the Armenian Question (liberation of Western Armenia and its reunion with Eastern Armenia), Armenians were exposed to mass murders.

In the 1890s', around 300,000 Armenians were slaughtered, 200,000 Armenians escaped to Russia, 150-200,000 Armenians escaped to other countries. The 1,500 Armenian civilians from Van (20,000 Armenians were killed there) tried to escape to Persia but were attacked on the way, and only 30 Armenians survived.

After the Armenian Question was once again raised in 1912-1914, the mass slaughter of Armenians in 1915 followed.

The massacres were implemented by the decision of the Committee of Union and Progress, and the central government gave the instructions of how the killings would be carried out to the provincial governors and army commanders.

About 1,5 million Armenians were raped, tortured, and murdered, the rest scattered around the world. To this day, they can't return to their ancestral lands and homes.

In 1918-1920, Turkish-Tatar invasions in the provinces of Utiq and Northern Artsakh of Armenia took the lives of thousands of Armenians.

Chicherin stated in his letter to Lenin that the lands were originally Armenian, but Tatars (i.e. Azerbaijanis) settled there after massacring the indigenous population.

They settled on those lands and then continued into the mountainous region of the province of Artsakh of Armenia.

Only in March 1920, 40,000 Armenians were murdered in Shushi alone (a city built in the late 17th century by Armenians to protect the Armenian population).

In 1988-1990, millions of Armenians were deported from different cities in Azerbaijan (Sumgayit, Baku, Kirovabad (known as Gyanja, but originally Gandzak), Shamkhor, Shamakhi, Mingechaur, Khanlar, Getabek, Dashkesan, Shaqi, Maraga). Many were raped, tortured, and murdered. In 1991, thousands of Armenians in Mountainous Artsakh (known as Nagorno-Karabakh) were murdered or deported.

However, it seems the history of Armenia is coming to an end. Lately, Azerbaijan's president, Ilham Aliev, promised to destroy them [Armenians] completely.

Doesn't sound so fascinating anymore.

More details can be provided if needed.

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modify delete 20868 - Reply from Don78 (US) - 2021-07-17

Hello ! I read your article about the Armenians. You write well and had a great brief history of them. They have had a long and difficult history, and like any peoples and culture, will not "disappear". Even though some countries like Turkey and even the Russians would love the Armenian culture to disappear as they try to take our the lands occupied by the Armenians - they will survive and their culture will adapt and absorb their new history. Armenia is as adaptable as the Jewish culture in history.

modify delete 20738 - from irene159 , 17 yrs (kenya) - 2020-12-24

HELLO everyone.. Am african...Africa is a very invisible continent to so many people even when writing am not sure if anybody would care to know about this beautiful continent.Africa holds a very diverse culture different countries with colourful ...i can also share about different wonders of the world,how we fought colonization ...Africa has a very interesting history which am ready to share it to the world am not choosy so i would love to learn any interesting history from any country

This is my email or hangouts (irenekariuki32@gmail.com

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modify delete 20769 - Reply from Kelli G233 , 20 yrs (USA) - 2021-01-28

Hi, I am SUPER interested to hear about some African history! What countries would you say you are the most educated about? Throw me a shocking fact.

modify delete 20707 - from Louie 0 , 11 yrs (Indonesia) - 2020-10-28
History - "About History"

Hi Guys. I can help you with History. I know about Roman Empire, Holy Roman Empire, East Roman Empire, Qin dynasty, Egypt Empire, China Empire, Tutankhamun, Indonesian History, Russian History, French Revolution, French Empire, British Empire, History of USA, World war 2, Vietnam war, and more again. So ask me

modify delete 20690 - from Jacqueline137 , 15 yrs (United States) - 2020-09-06
History - "Kowloon Walled City"

I am researching Kowloon Walled City for a possible story that I'm working on. If anybody knows a lot about the city or can recommend any books on it, then feel free to reply to this post! (P.S. sorry if this is the wrong forum)

modify delete 20678 - from Oneli134 , 13 yrs (Sri Lanka) - 2020-08-20
History - "History"

I love to learn history at school and i can't wait until history. I also like my teacher be cause she's very funny

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modify delete 20704 - Reply from Léna160 (France) - 2020-10-17

Me too, I love history, and my teacher is very nice !

modify delete 20671 - from 嘉苗21 , 16 yrs (China) - 2020-07-25
History - "Hello(。ò ∀ ó。)"

Hello everyone, my name is Jiamao. I am very interested in World War II. If you tell me your national history, I will also tell you some Chinese history. My email address is 3128515465@qq.com

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modify delete 20871 - Reply from Fakelove 198 , 15 yrs (India ) - 2021-08-04

I am really excited to be your friend
Can you tell me about chinese history

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modify delete 20689 - Reply from Jacqueline137 , 15 yrs (United States) - 2020-09-05

Oh and we also have a few states that were basically started by cults.

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modify delete 20687 - Reply from Jacqueline137 , 15 yrs (United States) - 2020-09-05

Well, despite my country's relatively young age (especially compared to that of China), we have quite an eventful history. Putting aside major, national events like the American Revolution, the Civil War, and the two World Wars, the individual states have interesting histories, too. For example, my home state (Florida) was settled by the Spanish in 1513. They established the first permanent city in America, known as St. Augustine, which still stands today. The French also settled the western part, and the state fell into British hands in 1763, eventually becoming a U.S. state in 1845. Florida is still home to a large, vibrant Hispanic community.

modify delete 20653 - from Nuvini250 , 12 yrs (Sri Lanka) - 2020-07-08
History - "Hello....."

Hi I'm Nuvini and I love History📚📚

modify delete 20651 - from Merly191 , 33 yrs (Perú) - 2020-06-26
History - "Ayuda en mi inglés"

Hola soy Merly, mi lengua nativa es el español , si te gustaría conocer de Perú escribeme, mi inglés es básico y me gustaría mejorarlo, gracias.

modify delete 20649 - from Louie2 , 11 yrs (Indonesia) - 2020-06-24
History - "History"

I can help you History, i am a smart people in history you can call me MR.Smart

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modify delete 20885 - Reply from Kinlee143 , 10 yrs (usa) - 2021-09-26

i am madame intillect of the northeast hemesphire {im not good at spelling thogh} i know a lot about history MR.smart {usa presidents specificcley}.

modify delete 20644 - from Louie124 , 11 yrs (Indonesia) - 2020-06-18
History - "History"

Hi Guys. My name is Louie, I will help your homework. I will tell you about History: Who know Indonesia, Indonesia have an Borobudur Temple, Yogyakarta and Nasional Monument, Jakarta, Raja Ampat, Papua. Vietnam: A beautiful Ha Long Bay. Sydney, Australia: A beautiful Opera House. All over USA: Disney land, Liberty Statue, Golden Gate Bridge in San Fransisco. All over France: Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower, Versailles Palace. China: China Great Wall. Japan: Bambo Forest. You can ask me if you don't understand

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modify delete 20645 - Reply from Joel124 , 6 yrs (Indonesia) - 2020-06-18

WOW. Louie, you so smart. Are you visit it?

modify delete 20617 - from Judith238 (Perú) - 2020-04-23
History - "Saludos desde Perú"

Hola les saluda Judith, si desean aprender sobre la historia maravillosa de Perú, conversemos. Mi idioma nativo es el español y quiero aprender el idioma inglés a nivel básico. Gracias.

modify delete 20603 - from Tianyu61 , 13 yrs (China) - 2020-04-06
History - "History of World War Ⅱ"

I am interested in WW2,I need help with the history of German and Brazil during 1930s,please help me.Thanks a lot

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modify delete 20620 - Reply from Léa90 , 20 yrs (France) - 2020-04-27

Hi my name is Léa, I'm french and I study history in university. This semester I had a classes about the situation in Germany ( after WW1 et before WW2 ) so if you want I can help you :).

modify delete 20602 - from Anastasia17 (Russia) - 2020-04-04
History - "Help"

Hello, I am a history student from Russia. Now I am writing a paper for which I need school history textbooks from France, England and Spain. Can you tell me where I can find them?

modify delete 20601 - from Jess173 (United Kingdom ) - 2020-04-04
History - "Elizabethan England"

Any one know anything on Elizabethan England? I’m currently researching the time period and would appreciate any help
Thanks Jess :)

modify delete 20567 - from olaf236 , 15 yrs (Poland) - 2020-01-06
History - "Looking for interesting stories about medieval scotland"

So,like I said in the Title I'm looking for interesting stories about Medieval Scotland. I'll be glad if someone will send me a links to a lot of stoires about living in Scotland at middle age. Thanks for all the repplies

modify delete 20483 - from kato0 , 22 yrs (Uganda) - 2019-08-14
History - "COLD WAR"

any one interested in the coldwar...the tensions between the capitalists and communists...the rise of the satellites..the GNSS...i hope am the right person...

modify delete 20437 - from David10 (United States) - 2019-06-02
History - "Everlasting Flower: A History of Korea"

I am reading a book by Keith Pratt called "Everlasting Flower: A History of Korea and am looking for people that would like to discuss the book or the history of Korea. I will also be studying Japan, China, and Mongolia.

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modify delete 20442 - Reply from Shin39 , 30 yrs (korea) - 2019-06-14

Hi? nice to meet.

I have never seen an introduction to the history of Korean history.

I do not have enough time to read all of this book,
If you have a page or theme that you want to cover, I might be able to talk with you.

modify delete 20430 - from Julia64 , 13 yrs (Poland) - 2019-05-28
History - "Do you need help with History?"

Hello! I am good at history and I will be happy to help someone, especially Poland and Spain, but I will be happy to explore my knowledge on a different topic. If anyone needs my help, write to me.

It's best to write on private, because I'm not always present here.

modify delete 20422 - from Anna19 (Russia) - 2019-05-11
History - "Help with final paper"

Hi! My name is Anna and I need your help :)
I am writing a study about the position of theological faculties in the Third Reich.
Unfortunately, I don’t have enough money to go to Germany myself and work in German libraries and archives. But I believe in miracles! :) Therefore, if you study in Germany and know the history of your university well, if you can share books and articles on this topic, please write me an email (annamordzilovich@gmail.com). You are my only hope! I'll be glad any help! Thank you in advance, I hope for your understanding :)

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modify delete 20573 - Reply from Don16 (USA) - 2020-01-22

Good topic. In Hitler Germany, Hitler presented himself as equal to ad greater than Christ. I read a book called Hitler's Pope about the rise of Pope Pius XII. During the Naz, with Pius as Pope, the Catholic Church was well aware of Jewish persecution in Germany, but did nothing to raise the issue to public attention. The reason is that the Catholic Church reached an agreement with the Nazis to protect the Church's own interests and degree of freedom with Germany. Mnany groups in the West were aware of the Nazi oppression of teh Jews, but remained silent to protect their own economic interests in Germany - including the Jewish people involved in Hollywood and the Entertainment business.

modify delete 20416 - from Beth148 , 19 yrs (Australia ) - 2019-04-11
History - "History"

Is anyone else interested in the history of Nikola Tesla?

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modify delete 20736 - Reply from Tildenlee58 , 18 yrs (United States) - 2020-12-16

Ah, the man who managed to change the face of human technology. The one who harnessed the power of electricity. I myself believe he was one of the greatest minds in our history. While he may have been an odd figure in public his true talent came evident when absorbed in his work in the lab.

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modify delete 20735 - Reply from Maya101 , 17 yrs (Germany) - 2020-12-14

Maybe this response is very late, but yes! From what I heard he was extremely intelligent and really interesting!

modify delete 20414 - from Clovis202 (France métropole) - 2019-04-06
History - "Îles de polynesie. Micronésie. Mélanésie. Sous levent..Aidez moi !!!"

Besoin d informations sur les tiki pierre. Tiki bois. Ivii Pô o. La sculpture sur bois dans les îles du Pacifique ainsi qu en Nelle caledonie. Nelle Zélande

modify delete 20409 - from Erica114 (United States) - 2019-03-31
History - "Culture Swap"

Hi, If any of you want to exchange parcels filled with stuff that is from your country, than email me. I would be happy to send something to anyone, and you can request what you want. I dont care where you are from (except if your from the US, because that’s where I’m from). My email:

modify delete 20383 - from jiraprapapond120 , 16 yrs (thailand) - 2019-02-24
History - "hi, nice to meet you"

hello, My name is Meiji . nice to meet you

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modify delete 20810 - Reply from Amadi231 , 14 yrs (Sri Lanka) - 2021-02-25

Hi, nice to meet you too. Do u interest about history?

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modify delete 20632 - Reply from Kaylene74 , 12 yrs (singapore) - 2020-05-13

hi.nice to meet all of you.i hope we can be friends

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modify delete 20417 - Reply from Aaron145 , 23 yrs (Malaysia) - 2019-04-13

Hello,nice to meet you too..

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modify delete 20400 - Reply from Noann172 , 15 yrs (France) - 2019-03-20

Hi ! I'm Noann ! Do you like history too ?

modify delete 20371 - from Luke184 (Malaysia) - 2019-02-11
History - "The Second World War"

Does anyone study or like to look at WW2 if you do please reply. I am Very interested in the Australian and British military. I am so interested I even made some Lego troops based of WW2 soldiers.


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modify delete 20979 - Reply from Ariana194 , 9 yrs (United Kingdom) - 2022-12-16

Hi I'm Ariana in my school a main topic is world war 2 I know a lot of facts about rationing the blackout and many more!

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modify delete 20571 - Reply from Joey215 (United States) - 2020-01-11

Do Americans count?

modify delete 20367 - from Valerie89 , 14 yrs (USA) - 2019-02-09
History - "Anyone interested in a chat?"

Heyo! I have always been fascinated by the regency era, along with anything from the Middle Ages, and the 15-1800s. In fact.. just the other day, I turned to my mom asking, “Would you be mad if I bought myself a wax seal kit?” She supported it entirely, but then she brought up the fact that I hardly ever write letters due to the fact that I don’t particularly have anyone to write to, lol. I’m madly in love with historical/classical literature, my current read being “The Scarlet Pimpernel” by Baroness Orczy. I got so sad when I scrolled through the ‘Favorite Sport’ list and did not find Fencing to be an option. Alas, I was forced to choose my second favorite, figure skating. Is it odd that a slot on my bucket list is reserved for slapping someone across the face with a pair of leather gloves and challenging them to a duel? 😂 Anyways, if you are interested in a chat, please feel free to message me!

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