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The Great Famine (1315-1317)

The Great Famine of 1315–1317 (sometimes the period of 1315–1322 is given) is the first in a series of large-scale disasters of the late...

Imperialism and the Conquest and Colonization of Africa by Europeans

Imperialism, or the extension of one nation-state’s domination or control over territory outside its own boundaries, peaked in the 19th century as European powers...

How People Preserved Food Throughout History

1) Curing: The earliest form of food preservation in history is perhaps the curing of various foods, particularly meat. The process involves the dehydration of liquids...

How do the Castles in Game of Thrones Compare to Real life European Castles?

European castles have stood for long periods of time and they differ in design to the castles made during the medieval period. Most of the...

The Great Famine in Ireland (1845-1849)

Before the “Great Famine” As a result of the English colonization of the XII — XVIII centuries and repressive anti-Catholic laws of the indigenous Irish...

What Did Peasants do for Entertainment in the Middle Ages?

Ever wondered what peasants did for entertainment in the Middle Ages? Most villages at the time had a gathering place in the center of town. People...

List of Dictatorships by Death Toll – The Top 10 Biggest Mass Killings in History

10. North Korean Crimes against humanity 1948-present North Korea continues to be one of the most repressive governments in the world with the world's lowest...

10 Common Medieval Soldier Types

1) Spearmen: As their name suggests, these types of infantry used spears most commonly combined with a shield, and were the most numerous medieval soilders...

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