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In 1519, Hernan Cortes ordered his troops to burn their ships so there was no going back. What other badass leadership moments occurred in the past? • r/history
In 1519, Hernan Cortes ordered his troops to burn their ships so there was no going back. What other badass leadership moments occurred in the past? • r/history
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I’ve also read that when one of his men laughed he killed him on the spot. No doubt seems like a risky ploy but most likely was successful in... [ ]
Is there any consensus among historians about the comparative importance of technological change and administrative change in warfare from the 18th to 19th century? • r/history
Is there any consensus among historians about the comparative importance of technological change and administrative change in warfare from the 18th to 19th century? • r/history
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Is there any consensus among historians about the comparative importance of technological change and administrative change in warfare from the 18th to 19th century? • r/history (click to see stats)

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I was talking with my friend about the progression of warfare in the 18th century to the 19th century and we wondered if technological change had... [ ]
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An attempt to reconstruct the image of dictator Lucius Cornelius Sulla based on a bust from Munich. [424x425]
An attempt to reconstruct the image of dictator Lucius Cornelius Sulla based on a bust from Munich. [424x425]
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https://www.imperiumromanum.edu.pl/en/curiosities/reconstruction-of-image-of-dictator-sulla/ IMPERIUM ROMANUM - Polish website about Ancient Rome [ ]
Are there any cultural/social behaviours left from the Peloponnesian war in modern day Greece? • r/history
Are there any cultural/social behaviours left from the Peloponnesian war in modern day Greece? • r/history
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It's hard to explain, but are still any stigmas or rivalries left between towns or groups of people that have their origin in the Peloponnesian... [ ]
What were the best and worst consequences of the medieval Catholic churches massive power in Europe? • r/history
What were the best and worst consequences of the medieval Catholic churches massive power in Europe? • r/history
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Just wondering, as far as I can find it was mostly negative (crusades, taxes, etc.) but the only real upside I can think off is that it made... [ ]
History books read like a lesson on what to do or not to do as an empire. But what should a simple person learn if he just want to live a good life without torture, hunger and violence? • r/history
History books read like a lesson on what to do or not to do as an empire. But what should a simple person learn if he just want to live a good life without torture, hunger and violence? • r/history
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History books read like a lesson on what to do or not to do as an empire. But what should a simple person learn if he just want to live a good life without torture, hunger and violence? • r/history (click to see stats)

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I guess there are some rules that hold true over the centuries. Something like "Try to get rich.", "Don't live in the capital.", "Go for... [ ]
In American Civil War battles did infantry lines really keep marching through fire - while their comrades dropped dead around them - like the movies portray. • r/history
In American Civil War battles did infantry lines really keep marching through fire - while their comrades dropped dead around them - like the movies portray. • r/history
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In American Civil War battles did infantry lines really keep marching through fire - while their comrades dropped dead around them - like the movies portray. • r/history (click to see stats)

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I was watching Free State of Jones, and the opening scene was of a Confederate infantry line marching forward while taking heavy fire and... [ ]
Back in the days before literacy became common did people at least recognize the characters of the Latin alphabet? • r/history
Back in the days before literacy became common did people at least recognize the characters of the Latin alphabet? • r/history
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Would your average illiterate peasant be able to distinguish A from B from C etc.? Or did the various letters and/or numbers appear as... [ ]
Besides the famous tank generals Rommel Manstein and Guderian, who were some of the prominent nazi (and soviet) infantry/artillery generals • r/history
Besides the famous tank generals Rommel Manstein and Guderian, who were some of the prominent nazi (and soviet) infantry/artillery generals • r/history
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Besides the famous tank generals Rommel Manstein and Guderian, who were some of the prominent nazi (and soviet) infantry/artillery generals • r/history (click to see stats)

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Leeb brautsctihch and student are some nazi ones I know. Obviously Zhukov konev voronov and the likes on the USSR. But I got in the this game wc4... [ ]
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The Hanging Gardens of Babylon were the fabled gardens which adorned the capital of the Neo-Babylonian Empire, built by its greatest king Nebuchadnezzar II (r. 605-562 BCE). One of the Seven Wonders of... [ ]
Before purchasing this Egyptian cartonnage drawing, i would like to know your opinion on what it would be worth. • r/ancientegypt
Before purchasing this Egyptian cartonnage drawing, i would like to know your opinion on what it would be worth. • r/ancientegypt
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Before purchasing this Egyptian cartonnage drawing, i would like to know your opinion on what it would be worth. • r/ancientegypt (click to see stats)

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https://i.imgur.com/u4wsaOf.jpg "Ancient Egypt, Late Period, c. 664 – 30 BC. Gorgeous framed group of Egyptian cartonnage pieces. Vibrantly... [ ]