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American History: Civil War Alternate History

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September 19, 2014 • History Club

What is alternate history? Here are the key points we discussed at today’s History Club meeting. We went over the basic definition of Alternate History and used it to define key theories for an alternate ending to the American Civil War. Keep in mind that this isn’t everything we talked about. For other historical enthusiasts, please… Read More ›

The Writing Bulletin »

The Dark Truth Behind Five “Good” Men

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An Edit: Thank you very much to Sean Munger for correcting an inaccurate statement of mine on Ronald Reagan. You can read his comment below the post for more information. Before I begin, realize that this is a list containing baggage belonging to some of the most famous and cherished people in history. I have… Read More ›

History Club »

American History: Civil War Alternate History

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What is alternate history? Here are the key points we discussed at today’s History Club meeting. We went over the basic definition of Alternate History and used it to define key theories for an alternate ending to the American Civil War. Keep in mind that this isn’t everything we talked about. For other historical enthusiasts, please… Read More ›

History Essentials: Complete Series »

50 Interesting Facts: A Week of World War II

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In the last six or so posts, I’ve researched and discussed the major battles that most people have heard of or at least have some sort of knowledge about, whether they be in France, Britain, Italy, Germany, Japan, or Russia. However, to end it off, instead of a summary of the war or some long… Read More ›

History of America »

The History of America in Less than 100 Posts: The Birth of Culture

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America, a country born from independence and known for liberty, generosity and freedom. The land of opportunity, to live the American dream. Where all men are created equal, and everyone is given a chance. This is the history of a country, which has grown into a world power. From Columbus to Clinton, this series will… Read More ›

Essays »

Austria-Hungary: The Forgotten Empire

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If you read any modern textbook about the Austro-Hungarian Empire, most of them will describe this country as weak and decrepit, that it was doomed to fall. It was once said by Winston Churchill that ‘’History is written by the victors’’ In this case it is especially true. This established viewpoint has little merit, and… Read More ›

Quotes »

20 Quotes on Change

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Here are some quotes on change. If you have a quote of your own you’d like to share, feel free to leave it in the comments below. Enjoy. 1. Be the change that you wish to see in the world. -Mahatma Gandhi, Indian politcian 2. Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The… Read More ›

Short Stories »

Short Story: Nyrin

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Skaulten was a land of conflict. Conflict ran in the waters of its rivers, grew in the cells of its wheat, and dwelled in the minds of its people. Its history was muddied by the blood shed between its two ethnicities: the Skaul and the Aulien. Originally, the Skaul were the people of the plains,… Read More ›

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