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Can be anything.
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I find Ireland fascinating, mainly the late 19th century and 20th century :love:
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Spanish Civil War
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Ancient Religion.
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For me, the Cold War/Vietnam.
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Italian risorgimento or Vietnam-USA.
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Modern French history & Nazi/Facist Europe :sexface:
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Ancient Egypt and Mughal Empire
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Nazi Germany and the world wars. The romans are cool too.
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Modern American/British history... WW2 and after basically.
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The roman empire. :pierre:
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Well for me it's Romans, and the classical period of Greece, closely followed by the European conficts in the mid 20th centruy; such as the league of nations and Hitler's foreign policy.
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Gave up History before GCSE cause I couldn't stand another two years of WW1/WW2. When I was little I loved learning about the Tudors... thought it sounded so amazing!! At one point I knew all the Kings and Queens of England from 1066-Modern Day and I could tell you their basic life story!! Loved it all,, shame about having to do WW1/WW2 over and over again once I reached secondary school!! XX
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Nazi Europe and Scottish History from 1700-present day. Also, modern British and American History.
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umm... classical civ.
to bad i have to endure irish history and nationalism in the 19th centuray..... just 3 more months then my university!
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Enlightenment Europe, post-1871 Germany, Victorian UK, the classical empires, Russia in the age of Peter the Great and pre-Islamic Iran.
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Ancient History like Ancient Egypt and the Mughal Empire is what I find interesting. We're doing Cold war currently in school and I don't really find modern history interesting.
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(Original post by letsdothetimewarpagain)
I find Ireland fascinating, mainly the late 19th century and 20th century Image
Can I borrow your brain please?
Suppose it's the unnecessary detail our Irish History section goes into that makes me dilsike it. What with being Irish and all...
I pretty much like/love every other topic, Fascist Europe and WWII especially.
Oh, liez. Not the agricultural revolution. Dear god no.
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The ancient Egyptians :yep:
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The Tudors, especially Elizabeth I.
She was one awesome lady!
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