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WW2/Cold war
Followed by the Napoleonic wars and the late Victorian era.
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WW2/Cold war
Followed by the Napoleonic wars and the late Victorian era.
I second this.
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I like the Edwardian era :beard:

Also the Middle Ages, mainly because they had the best artwork :woo:
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The History of Thought.:ninja:

Also, moments where history repeats itself.:beard:
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Current/Kim and Kourtney.

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The whole cinema revolution in the last 70s/early 80s. It was the time where sequels were born, blockbuster we know of today were created and a whole host of teen angst films. Wish I could have seen the original buzz/reaction for Jaws, Star Wars, Indiana Jones ect.
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Current/Kim and Kourtney.
:noway: :rolleyes:

(there's nothing in your spoiler either)
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USA containment of communism has always interested me , 1950-1975
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The one where we owned Africa.
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:noway: :rolleyes:

(there's nothing in your spoiler either)
It is deliberate and meant as postmodern irony in an empty Tate gallery kind of subversive rhetoric way. lol.
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It is deliberate and meant as postmodern irony in an empty Tate gallery kind of subversive rhetoric way. lol.
This is TSR, not the V&A.:sly:
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This is TSR, not the V&A.:sly:
Ya man. But one day they will be history.
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Also the Middle Ages, mainly because they had the best artwork :woo:
you and my parent would get on


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20th century stuff, military history, afghanistan war
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Elizabethan Era.
Middle Ages.
Stone/Iron/Bronze Age.
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Easter Rising, War of Independence, Irish Civil War.

Classical and medieval India.
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Easter Rising, War of Independence, Irish Civil War.

Classical and medieval India.
im currently doing that for A level history at the moment Irish history from 1798-1923 and It's more interesting than what i expected it to be
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im currently doing that for A level history at the moment Irish history from 1798-1923 and It's more interesting than what i expected it to be
Excellent! Lots and lots to take in, many things going on. I have a backlog of books to work my way through - hoping to be able to do it in the summer once my thesis and viva is out the way
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