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r/RussianEmpire
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All about the Russian Empire, and the Russian Monarchy. Photo archive, numismatics, articles, video chronicle, statistics and texts of those years our about the Nation. Всё о Россійской имперіи. ​Фотоархивъ​, нумизматика, статьи, ​видеохроника​, статистика и тексты тѣхъ ​летъ​. Our Discord: https://discord.gg/r6g6fKW
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r/RussianEmpireremade
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This is the hub for the Russian Empire, for everything is related to it, from the Romanov family, Art, historical curiosities and facts. Our Discord: https://discord.gg/regalia
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r/vexillology
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A subreddit for those who enjoy learning about flags, their place in society past and present, and their design characteristics
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r/TNOmod
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The New Order: Last Days of Europe is an ambitious mod for Hearts of Iron IV presenting a unique alternate history Cold War between Germany, Japan and the USA, starting in 1962. Will you save the world or help destroy it?
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r/Coins4Sale
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Welcome to r/Coins4Sale. A sub dedicated to person to person transactions of coins from all over the world. All WTT/WTS/WTB must deal in real coins used for commerce. No novelty, no fakes, no other items allowed other than coins. Please read our rules below to ensure an easy time and transaction of your goods. 10 Item Max on all for sale and trade posts. Remember to do your due diligence before sending anything. Caveat Emptor.
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r/todayilearned
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You learn something new every day; what did you learn today? Submit interesting and specific facts about something that you just found out here.
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r/HistoryMemes
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History memes and jokes go here. Our Discord Server can be found in the sidebar below.
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r/coins
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We welcome longtime collectors, as well as brand new ones and non-collectors. Please read our stickied How-To Guide for assistance and important info on using the sub. Thank you!
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r/victoria2
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For discussion about the game Victoria 2 by Paradox Interactive.
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r/PropagandaPosters
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A subreddit for propaganda collectors, enthusiasts, or all who are fascinated by propaganda as an insight into history, sociology, perspective, and manipulation through art and other mediums
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r/hoi4
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A place to share content, ask questions and/or talk about the grand strategy game Hearts of Iron IV by Paradox Development Studio.
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r/HistoryWhatIf
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Welcome to HistoryWhatIf! We're here to explore alternate history scenarios in interesting ways.
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r/europe
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Europe: 50 (+6) countries, 230 languages, 746M people… 1 subreddit.
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r/monarchism
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This is a forum for those who think monarchy is a noble and viable alternative to the crude and materialistic mob mentality of republicanism.
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r/TheWayWeWere
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What was **normal everyday life** like for people living 50, 100, or more years ago? Featuring old photos, scanned documents, articles, and personal anecdotes that offer a glimpse into the past.
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r/CrusaderKings
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Crusader Kings is a historical grand strategy / RPG video game series for PC, Mac, Linux, PlayStation 5 & Xbox Series X|S developed & published by Paradox Interactive. Engage in courtly intrigue, dynastic struggles, and holy warfare in mediæval Europe, North Africa, the Middle East, India, the steppes and Tibet. Can you achieve fame and fortune for your noble family, or will your names be forgotten to history?
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r/imaginarymaps
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Imaginary Maps! Share maps you have made of alternate history, fantasy, sci-fi or anything really! Join our Discord server here: https://discord.gg/tKV9SjBzaQ
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r/CallOfWar
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The subreddit for Call of War, the World War II strategy from Bytro Games.
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r/heraldry
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For discussions pertaining to the science and art of heraldry, coats of arms, blazonry, and the like.
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r/paradoxplaza
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A place to share content, ask questions and/or talk about Paradox Interactive games and of the company proper. Some franchises and games of note: Stellaris, Europa Universalis, Imperator: Rome, Crusader Kings, Hearts of Iron, Victoria and Cities: Skylines.
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r/AgeOfCivilizations
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A community for asking questions, sharing content, and talking about the Grand Strategy games, Age of History I and II (formerly Age of Civilizations) by Łukasz Jakowski.
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r/OldSchoolCool
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/r/OldSchoolCool **History's cool kids, looking fantastic!** A pictorial and video celebration of history's coolest kids, everything from beatniks to bikers, mods to rude boys, hippies to ravers. And everything in between. If you've found a photo, or a photo essay, of people from the past looking fantastic, here's the place to share it.
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r/HistoricalWhatIf
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For your historical what if needs!
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r/history
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/r/History is a place for discussions about history. Feel free to submit interesting articles, tell us about this cool book you just read, or start a discussion about who everyone's favorite figure of minor French nobility is! ------------------------------------------------------------ This is a somewhat more serious subreddit compared to many others. Make sure to familiarize yourself with our rules and guidelines before participating. Thanks!
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r/RedFloodMod
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Welcome to the Red Flood Mod subreddit. Red Flood is an alternate-history HOI4 mod about a prolonged crisis of modernity set in 1936.
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r/CountryHumans
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Welcome to the Countryhumans subreddit! We are a small (but growing) community of artists who draw humanoid country personifications. Please read the rules before posting! Thanks for coming!
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r/riseofnationsroblox
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The subreddit for Rise of Nations, a game on Roblox created by Hyperant.
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r/kaiserredux
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Kaiserredux: A Kaiserreich Expansion is a Hearts of Iron 4 Kaiserreich standalone fan-fork branching off from the original KR lore to bring players a more interesting experience, with more paths and options to choose. KX is focused on providing content that is fun and has the main goal of expanding the existing KR content, while also reworking certain neglected or poorly-done nations for the better.
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r/pics
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A place for pictures and photographs.
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r/papermoney
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A place to discuss collectible paper money with numismatic value from around the world, as well as other types of fiscal paper. Please read the rules before posting! Thanks for visiting!
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Posted by8 days ago

https://greekreporter.com/2022/09/22/byzantine-history-putin-russian-empire/

A thought-provoking article, ending with:

"Again—we suppress Byzantium because it looks to the East and we do not.

Byzantium harkens to Russia, which is depicted as corrupt in the athletic and political spheres.

It points to Greece, which was economically disadvantaged and wrestling for years in the 2010s under the yoke of economic austerity and concerns about its finances.

It alludes to the former Soviet bloc and to the Balkans, which are still wrestling to find their identities.

It harkens to the “Orientalism” that Edward Said pointedly identified—a patronizing depiction of eastern lands by Western Europeans, whose frames of reference were both imperial and colonial. Said was speaking specifically of the Middle East, but, again, this region of the world was a vital part of the Roman and Byzantine worlds.

Byzantium is alive and well. One cannot find Byzantium on a map, but its culture persists. Orthodox monasteries, libraries, and churches still exist across Greece, Cyprus, Turkey, and North America.

It persists in the constitutions of countries, in the literary traditions and the poetic imagination of millions, and in the worldview formation of more than 250 million people.

Byzantium also exists as propaganda—as a historical bridge between historical spaces and geographical continents.

All this we know, and yet we have no reference points in our history books nor do our future teachers and students."

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