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According to traditional believe, the Battle of Agincourt was one of the finest military victories in history. Henry V and, as Shakespeare called them, his ‘Band of Brothers’, beat a French army that was up to five times larger than the English force.

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In ancient Egypt, women’s rights reached a level that has rarely been equalled in any civilisation right up to modern times. This was unusual in the ancient world and led to condemnation from neighbouring states.

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The nature of the universe is constant change, a flux between harmony and discord; so it is with mankind. Even is our generation, the world community is greatly lacking in those virtues most crucial to humanity’s survival; namely: self-discipline, self-confidence, tolerance and patience at the individual/personal level.

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Christopher Columbus is well known for discovering the New World and is seen as a hero of medieval exploration by many scholars today. However, what many text books fail to mention is the fact that he was a genocidal maniac who set in motion what would become probably the worst case of genocide imposed on one nation of human beings by another.

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The Heian period (794 – 1185) of Japanese history saw the rise of a new ruling warrior elite, the Samurai. From humble beginning as subordinates to the Emperor, the strongest samurai clans rose in power and influence by waging war on their enemies and gaining territories and wealth.

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Eliza Kellas was born on October 4, 1864, on a farm near Mooers Forks in Franklin County, NY. She grew up on this 300 acre farm which her father ran in addition to being a lumberman with an interest in a shoe-last plant in Boston.

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Eliza Kellas was born on October 4, 1864, on a farm near Mooers Forks in Franklin County, NY. She grew up on this 300 acre farm which her father ran in addition to being a lumberman with an interest in a shoe-last plant in Boston.

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