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TuppingLiberty, for the 60s/70s "Nixonland" (which has been mentioned several times in this thread, for good reason) has a good look at a lot of the protest movements and the government's response to them.

I just finished cole sprouse had sex Dogs of God by James Reston, a book about Ferdinand and Isabella and how they oversaw the Inquisition, Columbus's voyage, and the defeat of the Moors of Granada. I really enjoyed it, not only because it was a pretty easy read and had a lot of interesting personal details about the famous historical figures. I found the time period fascinating - the apocalyptic mindset and the clash of religions especially - and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions for stuff from the same time period. I do plan on checking out his other books about the Crusades and Galileo, but anything interesting and readable about the 1400-1600 era of Europe would be great.

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Do you mean the most recent which reduced the former Yugoslavia to its component parts?

Oh, bit of a language barrier there for me I guess. Yes, I do.

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I'm looking for some Roman history type books. I really enjoy the legion/war type books the most. Anyone have some recommendations? I prefer kindle/ebook versions since work travel keeps me from carrying a lot of books with me and I finish them too fast usually that I run out of material on trips.

Xenophon's Anabasis (faye reagan lesbian videos) is a fun, first-hand account of a mercenary Greek army stuck in Persia. If you want something Roman, Caesar's two books, blonde lesbian sex video and taimie hannum sex videos are good reads, too.

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TuppingLiberty, for the 60s/70s "Nixonland" (which has been mentioned several times in this thread, for good reason) has a good look at a lot of the protest movements and the government's response to them.


Thanks, someone recommended that one before but I forgot to add it to my list for some reason!

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So I've got a great list going for my 11th grade modern US history class. I am really strong at the moment in the Gilded Age and the 20s-40s.

Looking for more recommendations (again, for myself, not necessarily for my students); primary docs awesome; contemporary literature great as well; for the following areas:

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2. The '50s - back from the War, baby boom, consumerism
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4. The '80s-2000s - this gets hard for me to teach as I lived it; but stuff about the role of computers in our lives, or the role of the internet; or stuff about movements in popular culture in the last 30 years or looking at singular decades; globalization and modern politics

Thanks in advance!

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While it obviously focuses on Bryan it does describe and explain in great detail the political enviroment of the time period. To quote Thomas Frank in "What's the Matter With Kansas?": "Bryan was an evangelical and a leftist---an almost unimaginable combination today."

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Alright, here comes a long list of requests.

I'm looking to learn more about the general history of the world. I've been indecisive lately over which country or continents I'd like to learn about, but I've decided that since I'd rather learn about whole regions in general first, and then decide which countries I'd like to learn about in more detail later.

This includes:

European history

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Southeast Asian history

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African history

So basically everything.

Any recommendations of any sort would be greatly appreciated.

Also, I'd like to know more about Modern Japanese and Chinese history and anything that goes into specifics of any of the eras/dynasties of ancient Japan, China, or Korea. (East Asia is really the only part of the world I know lots about.)

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As far as I know there is no one standard text here, but there are a few candidates. I would suggest the Penguin book as the best combination of coverage and price.

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Check out black females eating pussy The Fate of Africa: A History of Fifty Years of Independence for a great overview of the continent that starts right when nations first start breaking away from colonial rule. Well written and impressive.

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Oh, bit of a language barrier there for me I guess. Yes, I do.

The standard, even definitive, starting point (in English) is probably "Yugoslavia: Death of a Nation" by Laura Silber & Allan Little. It is contemporaneous with and describes how the breakup takes place. I have seen it criticized for being anti-Serb but the facts are what they are - see what you think.

Second, "The Fall of Yugoslavia" by Misha Glenny. Again contemporaneous with the events and has been described as more balanced that Silber's book but criticized for blaming all parties even pro-Serb. You just have to see for yourself.

These two works are for the most part limited to the immediate events leading up to and immediately following the start of hostilities and neither could be described as polemical. There is a whole library of general Balkan history ranging from the Ottomans through to the present. However, these two answer your specific request.

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Alright, here comes a long list of requests.

I'm looking to learn more about the general history of the world. I've been indecisive lately over which country or continents I'd like to learn about, but I've decided that since I'd rather learn about whole regions in general first, and then decide which countries I'd like to learn about in more detail later.


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Seems to have some good stuff. I recognize almost all the titles.

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Not super modern, but I've read the majority (it's incredibly dry) of naruto x sakura porn Hirohito and the Making of Modern Japan by Herbert Bix, about the lead up to WWII. Covers a lot of the cultural aspects of Japan in the early 20th century.

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I got nothin' on your other requests.

Part of the joys of working in a bookstore: I get to recommend books I haven't read to people I don't know.

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I know, I was asking if anyone thought there was. Bad joke.

It's really tangentially related and I know this is not a history book IN ANY WAY but I've been reading the sexy naked teens girls by Isaac Asimov. It's set during the decline of a galactic empire fashioned after Rome. I'm halfway through Foundation and Empire and I'm really liking it.

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I randomly stumbled across Georges Duby's big ass lesbian porn William Marshal: Flower of Chivalry while browsing the annual book sale at my local library. At 182 pages and not a single footnote it's definitely light reading, especially if you, like me, are currently in graduate school studying medieval history. That said, it's damned entertaining, and a really good micro/cultural history of feudalism and chivalry.

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I read chair for teen room Empire by Niall Ferguson a little while ago, and its planted the dangerous idea that I may just be interested in reading about history.

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It's about the Versailles peace conference and how it carved up the map of the world, leading not only to WW2 but also deeper and longer lasting troubles like Yugoslavia and Palestine.

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Searched this thread and couldn't find anything similar to a request. I was wondering if anyone knew of books which covered how modern media could have shaped the perception of historical events. Such as media coverage of the Civil War or presidential debates. I guess this could be considered alternate history, but I'm not looking for fiction as much as an analysis.

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Searched this thread and couldn't find anything similar to a request. I was wondering if anyone knew of books which covered how modern media could have shaped the perception of historical events. Such as media coverage of the Civil War or presidential debates. I guess this could be considered alternate history, but I'm not looking for fiction as much as an analysis.

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Well I don't know if the Spanish Conquest of Mexico interests you but here is a good one. It is written by one of the Spanish soldiers under Hernan Cortes. It is really informative such as how the natives lived at the time and the methods on which Cortes took over New Spain (Mexico). Pretty objective writing for the time. Especially since he was a Spanish soldier. You would be surprised to the methods in which Hernan Cortes colonized the country.

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For the Ottoman Empire, I found hot ass nude chicks sex with red heads to be the most up-to-date and readable one-volume history of that epic empire.

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I spent the summer reading a bunch of histories. Usually I post them in the What Did You Just Finish thread, but I thought it may be interesting to group my posts together and put them here.

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After a short scene setter, Mattingly spends the next 300 pages describing the two years leading up to and immediately following the Armada's defeat in 1588 by England's navy. He focuses mostly on the ten or so main figures involved from all sides, which gives the book a narrative coherence that isn't always present in military histories. The author gives equal time to the Spanish, English, and French players, and notably gives a sympathetic portrayal of their motives (although it seems to me like the Dutch are underrepresented in his narrative). Definitely a good book and extremely well written.


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A kind-of biography of Elizabeth's principle secretary, who is maybe more well known today for his pre-modern spy network. Cooper is a real historian, and as such isn't really interested in biography for biography's sake. He uses Walsingham's life as a framework to discuss the primary issues affecting the Elizabethan state: the split from Roman Catholicism, the threat of a coup d'etat represented by Mary Queen of Scots, the direct threat posed to England by the mighty Spanish empire (culminating in the battle with the Armada), the disaster of their Irish colonial ambitions. A pretty good survey of the era.

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This is truly an old fashioned history: the author defines the entire era by the lives of England's most eminent people. I understand the appeal of great man histories, but you can tell the author is a professional writer (as opposed to professional historian) by the weight he places on the authors: Sidney's free sex strip games Arcadia is mentioned or quoted on 13 different pages, and no chapter is without a Shakespeare quote. You won't find the lives of ordinary people discussed in this type of book, which kind of lessens its usefulness as a book long description of a country over a 60 year period, at least for me.

Although not the subject, the sun that these first three books orbit is the person of Queen Elizabeth. I have to mention this because it drove me a little crazy: All of these authors describe her with something approaching awe. They talk about her mercurial personality, her cunning, her intelligence, her thrift, all as positive traits for a ruler. But I can't help but interpret these same traits in a more negative light.

For example, everyone comments on Elizabeth's indecisiveness, her knack for leaving her true feelings unknown, her unwillingness to make hard decisions, (eg to allow the court to go through with Mary's execution following her trial, to allow Drake to pre-emptively strike the Armada while still in harbour), and all interpret this tendency in a positive light, as a kind of Machiavellian ploy to keep her cards hidden.

But I see it completely differently: have you ever heard of another great leader who was praised for being indecisive? Isn't the usual description of great leaders that they kaitlin olson nude pics are decisive, that when under extreme pressure they seize the opportunity to mold events to their will? I get the feeling that if the Armada's invasion had succeeded, that these same traits would not be praised.

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Covers the origins and first decade of the war, up to the siege of Calais. I don't really know a lot about this era, just what everybody knows: Crécy, the Avignon popes, John de Montfort and Charles de Blois. But the main theme that emerges is money: the King of England is virtually bankrupted before the first invasion takes place and is reduced to forcing loans from his own subjects and even hocking his loving crown, and the French king isn't in much better shape either. At the same time, horrible wastes of money as these kings, despite having a bank account showing zero dollars, despite having left their troops unpaid and defenses in disrepair, despite risking (and in some cases, causing) revolt by their own people protesting the onerous taxes, still find it necessary to stage tournaments and extravagant balls.

The kings also give out extravagant gifts to their loyal friends (parcels of land, rights to collect duties, that kind of thing) but they don't do it systematically, just on a whim. To me that is another thing that stuck out from the era: the absolute arbitrariness of monarchical rule. This guy who had his lands taken away by enemy occupation is compensated by the king, but this other guy gets nothing. It's all by the king's grace, so he doesn't have to justify his decisions. It is such a weird system, I'm never not surprised it lasted in some form or another for such a long time.

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The story itself is pretty good, Edward was a fascinating dude and there's plenty of chivalry, wars, plagues, and intrigue that happened during his reign, but what stands out for me is Mortimer's writing, which is at the same time breathless with excitement yet careful of not stepping outside of what the historical evidence shows. I'm not a guy who really reads or likes a lot of biographies, but this one was pretty good.

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Covers the three hundred years of (mostly) European history where the Latin church fractured under the strain of its own theological faults and fissures. I was raised a catholic, which of course means I know almost nothing about the church and its history. I can see why they don't stress that history: it's not inherently exciting, except for the parts that are morally dubious. But the author's writing is great, and made the abstract theological issues come to life for me: now I know what a Protestant is and why they are Protestants. One of the backdrops to this story that I never really knew was the millennial fever that consumed Europe between 1500-1600: since people assumed they were living in the last days, this gave theological issues much more urgency, and really amped up the differences between people on what seem to me to be incredibly minor theological points (one result is the re-admittance of Jews into England, since the Protestants there believed in the prophesy that the second coming was preceded by the conversion of the Jews—this makes Pat Robertson slightly more intelligible to me). The differences between Rome and the Protestants came down to the question of ultimate authority: church or bible. But the manifestations of this difference were strange, particularly to a modern areligious reader:

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Few people in modern Europe now understand how urgent these arguments were in the sixteenth century. That urgency gave rise to what has been called 'theological road rage,' and we have viewed many of the dire consequences. Europeans were prepared to burn and torture each other because they disagreed on whether, or how, bread and wine were transformed into God, or about the sense in which Jesus Christ could be both divine and human. We have no right to adopt an attitude of intellectual or emotional superiority, especially in the light of the atrocities that twentieth-century Europe produced because of its faith in newer, secular ideologies. Anxiety and a sense of imperfection seem to be basic components of being human, for those of no religion as well as the religious. Some continue to call the answer to these miseries by the name of God.

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Something like a thousand pages covering the 500 years when some Europeans felt the need to go and fight heretics, not just in the Levant, but also Spain, the Balkans, Poland, Scandinavia, and wherever these heathens threatened the Latin church by their very existence. The author stresses that these Catholics were probably driven mostly by sincere religious piety (not just avarice and the desire for excitement), contradicting some historians who claim that crusades were driven by laterborn sons in search of land and treasure and bloodthirst.

What a difference the author's writing style makes. The canvas of both this book and the previous one about the Reformation span centuries and continents and generations of people, but if you had to choose one whose subject alone was more likely to produce the more exciting narrative, you'd have to go with the book about the crusades, right? Knights, pilgrimages, sieges, huge battles, what could be better? Unfortunately, the author just cannot commit to a good narrative style: he insists on shooting himself in the foot by giving a summary of the upcoming action before going into the description, thereby robbing it of any suspense as to the outcome. I have no idea why he does this, but it drove me insane.

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I actually started this a while ago, but put it down when I realized that Drake's puritanism and hatred of catholicism would be a central motivating factor in his adventures—so I read MacCulloch's virginia madsen nude clips The Reformation in the meantime, to get a feel for the religious controversies and atmosphere of the day. Drake emerges from this book as a intensely pious adventurer with a love of plunder. I'm not sure any one person could have a more diverse set of mixed motives. I knew something about Drake's voyages before reading this book, but come away even more impressed by his courage, his eye for fortunate circumstances, and his unbelievable luck. Books like this make me want to read more biographies, but then I realize that few people have ever had a life 1/10th as interesting as Drake.


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I was unsatisfied with the account of the crusades in Tyerman's download discografia sex pistols God's War so I picked up some other books about individual crusades that hopefully are more committed to a pleasing narrative style. This book emphasizes the broad aims of the 2nd crusade, which not only featured a (failed) mission to Jerusalem, but a (mildly-successful) effort to get rid of the Wendish heathens in northern Europe and a (successful) mission in the Iberian peninsula. These people were fueled by the memory of the first crusade, whose success depended ultimately on the unprepared and deeply divided Muslim forces in the middle east. The Muslims were not caught napping and squabbling this time (and never would be again) and the western European crusaders (known universally as Franks) would find every successive crusade more difficult and less productive. At the time of the 2nd crusade, however, it wasn't really understood how tough it was going to be, and the ultimate failure of the enterprise was a deep shock to the self image of Christendom. It wouldn't be the last time.

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In 1099, the First Crusade climaxed in the Siege of Jerusalem: after five weeks, the city fell to the crusaders, who proceeded to slaughter the Jewish and Muslim defenders, all of them. Less than 100 years later, the Christians living in Jerusalem were themselves besieged by Saladin's Muslim army—this time the city fell in two weeks. Nobody lost their life.

I know it's a fool's game to judge the actions of the past who were operating under completely different standards, but it's hard not to see Saladin's generosity here (and even more later in the crusade, particularly after the battle of Hattin) in contrast to the conduct of the Christian crusaders, who, having been given carte blanche by the pope, were able to massacre infidels without incurring god's wrath.


Pros
  • Crackling narrative
  • 50/50 emphasis between Christian and Muslim perspectives
  • plenty of Koran quotes within the narrative, didactic but useful for an outsider to this culture to gain insight into motives
  • very good characterizations of the protagonists, particularly Saladin, who emerges as a fascinating figure
  • good maps

Cons
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Does anyone know any good books about the Bronze Age? I'm not looking for anything terribly specific, just a general overview.

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Is there any good books on modern Arab history in the Middle East? Things like the Arab Revolt, Israel and Palestine, the rise of dictatorships and everything in between and outside of that.

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