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The Holy Roman Empire existed from 962 to 1806 on the territory of present-day Germany and a number of its neighboring countries.
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For questions about characteristics of a population.
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the span of time of before written history. It often refers to the period of human existence, but in broader terms also includes all time preceding this.
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Cultural epoch in Europe, covering 15th and 16th centuries, between Medieval and Baroque.
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a head of republican state. The term can also refer to leader of organization, institution or community.
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For questions about Joseph Stalin, the leader of the U.S.S.R. from 1922 to 1952 and a leading figure in the Bolshevik Revolution.
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The deployment, martialing and maneuver of low-level units to achieve military advantage.
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moving and fighting on horseback. In some areas other animals were used, like camels in Arabia. The modern cavalry units are equipped in helicopters.
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For questions related to fashion, style and their changes in different historic times and territories.
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a drawing depicting terrain.
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Nazism, from German Nazi, as abbreviation of National Sozialismus, is a totalitarian ideology of the German NSDAP party, led by Adolf Hitler. The consequence of adopting this ideology was the World Wa…
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Questions about Napoleon Bonaparte (AKA Napoleon I), Emperor of the French May 18, 1804 – April 11, 1814 and March 20, 1815 – June 22, 1815.
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For questions about the 13th-14th century empire that originated in modern-day Mongolia and was founded by Genghis Khan.
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a class of people who hold titles, generally of a hereditary nature.
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Refers to activity that violates a society's or international body's established legal codes. Such activity typically violates the community's social mores, and is undertaken in both opportunistic an…
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backed by a reputable source (usually a state actor) and used in lieu of barter to trade for goods and services. Originally currency was produced by containing a set amount…
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communicate between humans in writing or in speach. Also the development of the [technology] used for it. (Consider adding those tags as appropiate.)
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For questions about books and related artifacts, events, or places such as scrolls, bookshelves, libraries, etc. Questions can be about a specific book or about the broader history of books.
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A continent, east of Europe and Africa, separated from Europe by the Ural Mountains in the North, and the Straits of Dardanelles in the south, and separated from Africa by the Suez Canal.
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Country in Asia Minor, with a small part in Europe, a successor of the Ottoman Empire. Populated by ca. 75 million people (mostly Muslims), having Ankara as her capital and Istanbul as the largest cit…
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For questions related to last moments of someone's life.
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the practice of designing, displaying, describing and recording coats of arms and heraldic badges. Historically, it has been variously described as "the shorthand of history" and "the flor…
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Science describing Earth and in wider understanding also other planets and moons. The other meaning refers to specific climate and terrain properties in particular place.
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able to perform her foreign and interior politics fully without control of any other country. Independent countries recognize one another.
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For history of sports, sport events, famous sportsmen, and influence of sports and recreation on history.
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The land and people in southwestern Asia from the ancient Sassanian empire to the modern nation state of Iran, prior to 1935
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An island on the Atlantic, in western Europe, divided by the Republic of Ireland and the United Kingdom. The questions may refer to both the island itself and Ireland as a country.
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