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/r/HistoryNetwork is a hub for all history-related subreddits. Find more history subreddits to explore in the sidebar, and submit your "bestof" history posts here.

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The Rules

  1. Exercise civility. No hate material or open hostility is acceptable. Those users found to be in violation of this rule will have their comments removed and will be warned. Any subsequent violations of this rule will result in a ban.

  2. When cross-posting to something in another sub, link directly to that comment/thread Please see our rules for our guidelines for posting content from outside of reddit.

  3. Tag your posts with the name of the original subreddit in brackets (ex. [AskHistorians]).

  4. Blogspam, joke answers, memes, pun threads, reaction .gifs, MFWs and anything of the sort are strictly forbidden.

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Recurring Features

Historical IAmA

Using experts on the subject to play the part, Historical IAmAs are an opportunity to learn about history through the "eyes" of those who made it.

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Need an advise

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2024/05/18
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New video up! And in this stunning, flooded and ochre filled mine, the further we go, the worse it gets (Part 1 of 2) :

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2024/05/18
19:00 UTC

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An indenture 1585

An indenture of August 26, 1585, between Thomas, Earl of Ormond, and Brien O'Kennedy of Ballehimickyn in Ormond, viz., that said Earl grants all the seignories, rents, duties, customs and services which Owen O'Kennedy, otherwise called O'Kennedy Don, late of Ballyartile in Ormond, had and enjoyed in Lower Ormond/to have and to hold to said Brien and his assigns during the will and pleasure of the Earl, paying one good beast at or before the feast of the Nativity. Brien to serve in his best armour and furniture of war whenever required.

Witnesses: Peter Shee, John Bryane, Patrick Bussher. August 26, 1585

For the last number of years I have been researching the Medieval and early modern history of the Baronies of Upper and Lower Ormond. It was great to actually physically hold this legal document from 1585 - 439 years old. It's a work in progress with an intended publication.

Source: Curtis, Calendar of the Ormond Deeds VI pp 20-1, National Library of Ireland Special Collections.

📸 @lorrhalore

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2024/05/18
07:54 UTC

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Story of the brilliant commander Hannibal, who crossed the Alps with his huge army.

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2024/05/16
20:19 UTC

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What Tactics Did the Ancient Chinese Use?

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2024/05/15
07:34 UTC

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If you've not seen it already, our complete series where we explore the remains of a vast colliery from the 1800s that is hidden in a wood is now available to watch (2 parts). Link to the playlist :

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2024/05/14
19:26 UTC

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My Waterloo Campaign Episode 11 - Musée Wellington (the best museum of the trip) The penultimate episode of this history & travel documentary series which chronicles my tour of sites associated with the Battle of Waterloo. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7EBSRHwBmg

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2024/05/14
18:20 UTC

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Thorstein Veblen's The Theory of the Leisure Class (1899) — An online reading group discussion on Sunday May 26, open to everyone

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2024/05/14
01:05 UTC

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If documentary filmmakers prize realism, then why are more and more directors turning to animation as a medium in historical documentary filmmaking?

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2024/05/13
19:44 UTC

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Spiš Castle, Slovakia - Learn about this majestic castle and how it was destroyed.

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2024/05/12
20:37 UTC

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519 AD: From Third World To First: The Founding of Wessex

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2024/05/12
09:29 UTC

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New video up, and in this concluding part of our explore of the colliery hidden deep inside the woods, we explore a large, mysterious structure, see the remains of miner's houses, explore pipework inside the dam and visit a massive, open shaft :

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2024/05/11
18:50 UTC

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Sugar Capitalism in Colonial Indonesia

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2024/05/11
08:29 UTC

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Shanghai Showdown: The January 28th Incident of 1932

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2024/05/10
13:15 UTC

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Seven Years' War - Story of the war in which Britain managed to control most of North America.

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2024/05/08
20:01 UTC

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A fragment of NATO defence history: What remains of the former "Sito 5" missile base in Peseggia, Scorzè, Venice province - Italy.

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2024/05/08
14:50 UTC

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My Waterloo Campaign Episode 10 - Mont-Saint-Jean - This history & travel documentary series chronicles my visit to the Waterloo battlefield. In this week's history vlog I go to see Mont-Saint-Jean, the location that was the field hospital for the allies.

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2024/05/07
17:49 UTC

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The most important ships of Portugal (1497 - 2024)

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2024/05/05
18:55 UTC

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Analyze the Information Below

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2024/05/04
01:02 UTC

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HELPP!! (For SGO Social Study)

I need to discuss this image that I believe it’s from the Armenian Genocide but I have no clue on how I should word it and I would love to read others point of view on the image to gather thoughts and ideas.

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2024/05/04
00:59 UTC

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HistoryMaps Presents: Visual History Calendar may 2024

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2024/05/03
19:29 UTC

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“We live and we die. We control nothing beyond that.”

A review of the 2024 historical miniseries “Shogun”, which examines the history involved, the culture of feudal Japan, the many elements the show gets right, and how much it refreshingly differers from modern pop culture in doing so.

https://americandreaming.substack.com/p/we-live-and-we-die-we-control-nothing

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2024/05/03
18:17 UTC

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Invasion of Europe on Normandy (D Day) WW2 - 1944

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2024/05/03
16:35 UTC

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Columbia Catacombs New Entrance Discovered | Exploring Secret Civil War Tunnels | 2nd Entrance

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2024/05/03
14:22 UTC

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Thing old

from yemen, bullding old to mre one - tow years

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2024/05/03
11:55 UTC

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