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2019-11-20 20:27:32 UTC


2019-11-21 19:21:56 UTC


2019-11-22 00:59:07 UTC


2019-11-22 22:09:03 UTC

*In Italian*
"Ahem... 'Fuck off'"

2019-11-22 22:09:13 UTC

"What? what do they mean fuck off?"

2019-11-22 22:09:37 UTC

"'We refuse to surrender to a nation we have defeated in Albania, fuck off.'"

2019-11-22 22:10:07 UTC

*In greek*
"Tell them if they don't understand what "Fuck off" means, they can come in and we'll show them"

2019-11-22 22:10:34 UTC

*In Italian*
"They say that if you don't understand what fuck off means, you can go in and they'll show you."

2019-11-22 22:10:41 UTC

"Bullshit, what the fuck is this?"

2019-11-22 22:11:02 UTC

*In Greek*
"We reserve the right to surrender to a German officer of significant rank!"

2019-11-22 22:12:44 UTC

*In Italian*
"Shit... where's Feldwebel Hans..."

2019-11-22 22:12:47 UTC


2019-11-22 22:13:03 UTC

*In Greek*
"I said a german officer of significant rank. Fuck off"

2019-11-22 22:13:23 UTC

*In Italian*
"He says he's not of significant rank."

2019-11-22 22:14:13 UTC

*In German*
"I'm the highest ranking German officer on this island. I don't know what they expect."

2019-11-22 22:14:46 UTC

*In Greek*
"Feldwebel Hans is the highest ranking German on the Island. He will accept your surrender."

2019-11-22 22:14:49 UTC


2019-11-22 22:18:22 UTC

Never mind

2019-11-22 22:18:26 UTC

Found the full version here

2019-11-23 02:32:06 UTC


2019-11-27 20:03:11 UTC

"That temple was under my protection, you bring war to your doorstep Oda."

2019-11-27 20:03:20 UTC

"I am the demon king of the 7th heaven, come and get me"

2019-11-27 23:00:11 UTC

i think my old typewriter is retarded or at least autistic. for some god unkown fucking reason, spinning the right colour thingy clockwise activates the spacebar. its kind of like giving your frontbumber a good kick turns on the car ignition. its not supposed to happen. so why the fuck does it do that. typewriter is a "Torpedo modell 6" serial number 853910

2019-11-28 06:23:23 UTC

Alexander the ahhhhhh close enough

2019-12-01 00:04:48 UTC

Chad women in history?

2019-12-01 00:04:50 UTC

Anna Komnene.

2019-12-01 00:05:42 UTC

Anna wrote the Alexiad in the mid-1140s or 1150s.[49] Anna cited her husband's unfinished work as the reason why she began the Alexiad.[50] Before his death in 1137, her husband, Nikephoros Bryennios the Younger, was working on a history, which was supposed to record the events before and during the reign of Alexios I.[50] His death left the history unfinished after recording the events of the reign of Emperor Nikephoros Botaneiates.[50] Ruth Macrides argues that while Bryennios' writing may have been a source of inspiration for the Alexiad, it is incorrect to suggest that the Alexiad was Bryennios' work edited by Anna (as Howard-Johnston has argued on tenuous grounds).[51]

In what is considered to be a sort-of statement on how she gathered her sources for the Alexiad, Anna wrote, “My material ... has been gathered from insignificant writings, absolutely devoid of literary pretensions, and from old soldiers who were serving in the army at the time that my father seized the Roman sceptre ... I based the truth of my history on them by examining their narratives and comparing them with what I had written, and what they told me with what I had often heard, from my father in particular and from my uncles … From all these materials the whole fabric of my history – my true history – has been woven.”[52] Beyond just eyewitness accounts from veterans or her male family members, scholars have also noted that Anna used the imperial archives, which allowed her access to official documents.[53]


2019-12-01 06:21:57 UTC

GWOT hours

2019-12-01 19:14:24 UTC

Anna Komnene

2019-12-02 02:33:56 UTC


2019-12-02 02:36:27 UTC

Is this a kangz joke @A Pesky Sæxon

2019-12-02 02:36:35 UTC


2019-12-02 02:40:24 UTC


2019-12-02 14:07:12 UTC


2019-12-05 08:01:48 UTC


eheheh 🇬🇧 <:tricks:642574564295049226>

2019-12-06 18:39:43 UTC

Were the Byzantine empire roman

2019-12-06 18:39:53 UTC

Or were the Roman empire byzantine?

2019-12-06 18:39:56 UTC

He screams

2019-12-06 18:40:02 UTC

<:aaaaAAAAAAAAA:550456611328622606> <:aaaaAAAAAAAAA:550456611328622606> <:aaaaAAAAAAAAA:550456611328622606> <:aaaaAAAAAAAAA:550456611328622606>

2019-12-06 18:40:06 UTC

For he does not know

2019-12-06 18:58:09 UTC

Romans predate byzantines so it would be logical that byzantine empire was roman

2019-12-06 18:58:29 UTC

Shut up im trying to make a history joke <:sadtard:556699705153945620>

2019-12-06 19:31:30 UTC


2019-12-07 02:44:01 UTC

The Byzantines were Roman.

2019-12-07 02:44:16 UTC

We call them Byzantines so we can separate Antiquity Rome and Medieval Rome.

2019-12-07 02:45:41 UTC

They called themselves Roman, and were, in all purposes, Roman. Simply because they spoke Greek doesn't negate that. Because being a Roman is universal, it is an idea, not just a city or a people. Rome is an idea my boy.

2019-12-07 07:37:12 UTC

.img he screams for he does not know

2019-12-07 07:37:13 UTC

2019-12-07 07:37:17 UTC

I do know ofc

2019-12-07 07:37:22 UTC

But I wanted to make a shit reference

2019-12-07 15:10:52 UTC

78 years ago to this day, December 7th, 1941—a date which will live in infamy—the United States of America was suddenly and deliberately attacked by naval and air forces of the Empire of Japan.
The United States was at peace with that nation and, at the solicitation of Japan, was still in conversation with its government and its emperor looking toward the maintenance of peace in the Pacific.
Indeed, one hour after Japanese air squadrons had commenced bombing in the American island of Oahu, the Japanese ambassador to the United States and his colleague delivered to our Secretary of State a formal reply to a recent American message. And while this reply stated that it seemed useless to continue the existing diplomatic negotiations, it contained no threat or hint of war or of armed attack.
It will be recorded that the distance of Hawaii from Japan makes it obvious that the attack was deliberately planned many days or even weeks ago. During the intervening time, the Japanese government has deliberately sought to deceive the United States by false statements and expressions of hope for continued peace.

2019-12-07 21:03:00 UTC


2019-12-08 18:22:53 UTC

a great channel

2019-12-15 17:10:02 UTC


2019-12-15 22:32:31 UTC


Why the hell should I be afraid of some Turk?


2019-12-15 22:44:46 UTC

Remember,no kebab

2019-12-21 10:44:06 UTC

>The buildup and offensive from China occurred concurrently with the 13-day Cuban Missile Crisis (16–28 October 1962) that saw the United States and the Soviet Union confronting each other, and India did not receive assistance from either of these world powers until the Cuban Missile Crisis was resolved.

2019-12-21 10:44:10 UTC

I wonder. . .

2019-12-23 15:19:41 UTC

Bruh, billy the kidd and the regulators were some bad motherfuckers

2019-12-23 15:21:41 UTC

>corrupt sheriff enforces some nigger cattle rancher who is trying to monopolize the region's cattle supply
>sheriff shoots billy's boss and murders him for other cattle rancher
>all the ranch hands swear revenge and become deputies to kick the sheriff's ass
>sheriff goes 'wtf im losing' and writes the governor to get them un-deputized
>the regulators don't give a shit and go about justice anyway and blow that nigger full of holes

2019-12-23 15:22:01 UTC

fug we should watch young guns sometime

2019-12-23 17:03:44 UTC

yeah okay. billy the kid was the killdozer of the wild west

2019-12-23 17:05:52 UTC

> The monopoly cuck used to work with the smaller rancher before they split over differences
> Billy's boss never was able to update his will before he was murdered, so his will stated that the monopoly nigger would own his entire estate if he died
> and the lawyer said it was a clear case of murder for monetary gain and refused to honor the contents of the will
> so the governor issued a notice of confiscation and said that not only did he inherit everything, but he was also entitled to take whatever he wanted from the regulators due to economic disruption
> During the war of Lincoln, 60+ regulators formed a perimeter around the lawyer, as the lawyer still held the will and as long as he had it, the state cattle rancher dude couldn't take possession of his shit
> so the regulators were able to successfully repel the lawmen, but were unable to stand up against the US cavalry
> The cavalry brought in fucking cannons and chainguns and blew the fuck out of the town and lawyers house
> eventually setting the house on fire and murdering the lawyer

2019-12-25 00:02:14 UTC


2019-12-25 00:02:45 UTC

And yeah Billy the kid did nothing wrong

2019-12-25 00:03:16 UTC

"everyone in town gets a pardon. . . EXCEPT FOR THE PRICK WITH THE WINCHESTER"

2019-12-25 02:23:29 UTC

William expected to receive the submission of the surviving English leaders after his victory, but instead Edgar the Ætheling was proclaimed king by the Witenagemot, with the support of Earls Edwin and Morcar, Stigand, the Archbishop of Canterbury, and Ealdred, the Archbishop of York. William therefore advanced on London, marching around the coast of Kent. He defeated an English force that attacked him at Southwark but was unable to storm London Bridge, forcing him to reach the capital by a more circuitous route.

William moved up the Thames valley to cross the river at Wallingford, where he received the submission of Stigand. He then travelled north-east along the Chilterns, before advancing towards London from the north-west, fighting further engagements against forces from the city. The English leaders surrendered to William at Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire. William was acclaimed King of England and crowned by Ealdred on 25 December 1066, in Westminster Abbey.

Despite the submission of the English nobles, resistance continued for several years. There were rebellions in Exeter in late 1067, an invasion by Harold's sons in mid-1068, and an uprising in Northumbria in 1068. In 1069 William faced more troubles from Northumbrian rebels, an invading Danish fleet, and rebellions in the south and west of England. He ruthlessly put down the various risings, culminating in the Harrying of the North in late 1069 and early 1070 that devastated parts of northern England. A further rebellion in 1070 by Hereward the Wake was also defeated by the king, at Ely.

Though legitimized, William needed to kill the Saxons before they rose up again. He was lucky to win Hastings, even more when nobody united their armies properly to crush him.

Hereward the Woke, crushing Normies since 1069


2019-12-27 03:07:09 UTC

I forgot about this, dead soviet's wife buys a tank, drives it, and takes multiple towns. Pretty badass, wish I had a gf that'd do that for me.

2019-12-27 03:32:18 UTC

.img spurdo

2019-12-27 03:32:19 UTC

2019-12-27 03:32:33 UTC

blyadd :DDDDDD

2020-01-01 17:17:10 UTC


2020-01-01 17:19:11 UTC


2020-01-01 17:20:32 UTC

and now your son is a trangender drag queen

2020-01-01 17:20:35 UTC

was it worth it nigel

2020-01-01 17:22:04 UTC

The Nazis entered this war under the rather childish delusion that they were going to bomb everyone else, and nobody was going to bomb them. At Rotterdam, London, Warsaw and half a hundred other places, they put their rather naive theory into operation. They sowed the wind, and now they are going to reap the whirlwind.

2020-01-01 17:23:01 UTC

they probably should have put up better AA defenses

2020-01-01 17:25:25 UTC

but then britain was being a retard

2020-01-01 17:25:33 UTC

and america was too

2020-01-01 17:25:42 UTC


2020-01-01 17:25:47 UTC

america was aware that Germany as getting fucked over

2020-01-01 17:25:51 UTC

they felt bad

2020-01-01 17:26:01 UTC

but they didn't step in once to help

2020-01-01 17:26:13 UTC

because france would've started complaining

2020-01-01 17:26:32 UTC

more like America didn't give a shit

2020-01-01 17:26:48 UTC

as in "why should we care its a European problem"

2020-01-01 17:26:56 UTC

uh, no

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