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Justinian537 made a comment Jul 29 2021
"The supreme tragedy of Russia is that it has never been able to escape an autocratic form of government—whether in czarist or Soviet times, or even today; and in all three eras the government has maintained its power through intimidation, brutalit..." Permalink
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Justinian537 rated a title Jul 27 2021
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Justinian537 made a comment Jul 27 2021
"Many theories exist that purport to explain the July 1937 disappearance and final fate of Amelia Earhart and Fred Noonan, which remains one of the great and most sensational mysteries of the Twentieth Century. In “Lost Star” Randall Brink makes a..." Permalink
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Justinian537 made a comment Jul 26 2021
"If a single phrase can be used to describe Central Asia during the 13th and 14th Centuries, that phrase would be “war without end.” At the beginning of that period, the Mongols under Genghis Khan (Temujin) boiled out of their homeland, and in a d..." Permalink
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