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What would you say are the most interesting periods of history to learn about?
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age of dicscovery in my opinion
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I love the medieval history of Spain, England and France from around 1000-1599 AD
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Byzantine Empire. End of discussion.
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Meiji Japan How a nation can modernise that quickly with success is remarkable.
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Islamic history is very interesting and would certainly help people better understand todays situation
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The transition of the Roman Republic to the Empire. It includes some of the biggest and most interesting characters in history.

Roma Victor!
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Ottoman Empire
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Britain during the enlightenment era.
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Fall of the Western Roman Empire. It's pretty amazing when you look at the time period between 376 AD and 576 AD. Did you know the Eastern Empire re-conquered Italy?
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Ottoman Empire
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I find the Nazis to be very interesting.... Watching a documentary about the holocaust recently... It really is just mind blowing how evil and how very organised it all was.
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Russia from the Tsars to Stalin's death is fascinating
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I love the medieval history of Spain, England and France from around 1000-1599 AD
!00% agree! I love the Plantagenets so much!
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Early Islamic conquests/Golden age.
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The Cretaceous period
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!00% agree! I love the Plantagenets so much!
They're fascinating aren't they?

Are you watching the new series called "The White Queen" about Edward IV and his struggles to beat Lord Warwick?
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Are you watching the new series called "The White Queen" about Edward IV and his struggles to beat Lord Warwick?
I know that you weren't asking me, but someone else asked me that question recently as I've recently been researching a lot about Richard III and his life before becoming king. Sadly, I haven't yet got round to watching it, but BBC iPlayer is my friend. :woo:
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(Original post by Platinum Mech)
I know that you weren't asking me, but someone else asked me that question recently as I've recently been researching a lot about Richard III and his life before becoming king. Sadly, I haven't yet got round to watching it, but BBC iPlayer is my friend. :woo:
You should definitely watch it, it's amazing, although it can be a bit confusing to follow for anyone who knows nothing about the basic history timeline and characters!
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What would you say are the most interesting periods of history to learn about?
World war 1 & 2 OH and Rome hails Ceaser
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