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Found 12 overgrown metallic boats pulled up on the side of a canal in Bretagne, France, with possible bullet holes. Help identify, guess age, material. • r/MilitaryHistory
Found 12 overgrown metallic boats pulled up on the side of a canal in Bretagne, France, with possible bullet holes. Help identify, guess age, material. • r/MilitaryHistory
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Found 12 overgrown metallic boats pulled up on the side of a canal in Bretagne, France, with possible bullet holes. Help identify, guess age, material. • r/MilitaryHistory (click to see stats)

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This summer I went on a little cruise in the canals between Nantes and Brest in Bretagne, France. Walking along the canal I saw the prows of a row... [ ]
Can we agree that the Viet Cong (and NVA), circa 1960-1974, were at the top, or very near the top, of the list of "Best Guerrilla Fighters of all Time." • r/MilitaryHistory
Can we agree that the Viet Cong (and NVA), circa 1960-1974, were at the top, or very near the top, of the list of "Best Guerrilla Fighters of all Time." • r/MilitaryHistory
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Can we agree that the Viet Cong (and NVA), circa 1960-1974, were at the top, or very near the top, of the list of "Best Guerrilla Fighters of all Time." • r/MilitaryHistory (click to see stats)

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You read of their accomplishments in fighting the U.S. to a standstill (for the most part), and then you think about all other conflicts where the... [ ]
From the perspective of the day to day life of an enlisted solider. Were more hardships faced by soldiers in the American Civil War or during World War 1? • r/history
From the perspective of the day to day life of an enlisted solider. Were more hardships faced by soldiers in the American Civil War or during World War 1? • r/history
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From the perspective of the day to day life of an enlisted solider. Were more hardships faced by soldiers in the American Civil War or during World War 1? • r/history (click to see stats)

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The daily dreariness of life in the trenches of WW1 are pretty well documented however would an average enlisted soldier deal with more hardships... [ ]
The saying goes, you die twice: once when you physically die, and a second time when your name is uttered for the last time. Using this logic, who is the "oldest person still alive"? • r/history
The saying goes, you die twice: once when you physically die, and a second time when your name is uttered for the last time. Using this logic, who is the "oldest person still alive"? • r/history
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The saying goes, you die twice: once when you physically die, and a second time when your name is uttered for the last time. Using this logic, who is the "oldest person still alive"? • r/history (click to see stats)

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I am wondering about what person, in oldest recorded history, do we have a known written name for and some additional tidbit of information... [ ]
Out of all of the numerous monarchs of the world throughout history, which one was, rightfully so, the most loved and appreciated by both peasants and nobility alike? Why? • r/history
Out of all of the numerous monarchs of the world throughout history, which one was, rightfully so, the most loved and appreciated by both peasants and nobility alike? Why? • r/history
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Out of all of the numerous monarchs of the world throughout history, which one was, rightfully so, the most loved and appreciated by both peasants and nobility alike? Why? • r/history (click to see stats)

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The title says enough: Out of all of the numerous monarchs of the world throughout history, which one was, rightfully so, the most loved and... [ ]
Is Ron Chernow’s “Hamilton” overly sympathetic to Hamilton, or otherwise grossly inaccurate? • r/history
Is Ron Chernow’s “Hamilton” overly sympathetic to Hamilton, or otherwise grossly inaccurate? • r/history
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Is Ron Chernow’s “Hamilton” overly sympathetic to Hamilton, or otherwise grossly inaccurate? • r/history (click to see stats)

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I have only read the abridged version of the book, And I’ve never seen the musical, but I have heard criticism from one historian/journalist... [ ]