Maps of War

Discussion in 'Et Cetera, Et Cetera' started by Pecker, Jan 20, 2008.

  1. Pecker

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    That was very cool.
     
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    I gotta admit to being moderately disappointed that the Suez Canal failed to appear on the map during the mid-19th Century, though, especially as it was the product of forced labor.
     
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    Certainly puts the present-day conflicts into perspective.
     
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    that adds to my belief that religion causes more harm than good
     
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    Is it okay that I cheered when the Macedonian and Mongolian takeovers happened?

    Warlords are such uniters. :tongue:
     
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