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Hayden Chakra

Avid historian, book reader, antique enthusiast, coffee obsessed.

The War Between England and Scotland and The Battle of Flodden 1513 AD

This is a tricky story, so everything is explained in the video bellow, enjoy,

Alexander The Great and The Siege of Tyre 332 BC – The City Impossible to Conquer

While Alexander was on his conquest he took a turn to conquer or free Egypt. But along the way there were other obstacles that...

What Was The Viking Diet That Made Them So Strong And Powerful ?

Vikings were known to be incredibly strong and resistant people. Part of the reason for their strength is because most of them were hunters...

(VIDEO): Learn About the Battle of Hastings In the Most Entertaining Way

In this article you are going to gain a visual presentation of the battle of Hastings, but before you get there, we want to...

How Could Medieval Calvary Forces be Compared to the Ones in World War One?

Cavalry (from French cavalerie, cf. cheval 'horse') or horsemen were soldiers or warriors who fought mounted on horseback. The Cavalry was historically the most mobile...

7 Best Medieval Games Ever Made

Here we shall explain the 7 best medieval games that are available and give you a chance to visit the medieval world and have...

The Battle of the Golden Spurs 1302 AD – Crushing Defeat for the Nobility

This famous battle is a start of a big so called "revolution" against the king and feudal system. The cities wanted to react for their...

Frederick I of Prussia – The First King in Prussia

About Fredrick I of Prussia He was born in Konigsberg as a third son, this dynasty had a wast reach, he had a first cousin...

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Looking back at what Peter achieved we can see that he left a serious mark on the map and also contributed largely to the modernization of Russia.

How King Louis the Great Made France Into the Leading Power in Europe

Known as the “Sun King,” Louis XIV centralized power in the French monarchy and reigned over a period of great prosperity in which France became a dominant force in Europe.

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...