How were the 1940s in Europe one of the darkest periods in European history?
It was because of World War II, the ecomony and other forms of government.
About 40 million Europeans died and the cities were all destroyed into rubble. That's probably why.
by peter5653 years ago
Consider European history, what would western history be like, if the Catholic church never existed?
by itakins6 years ago
What ,in your opinion, are the most striking differences between Europe and the USA?Whether you have visited Europe, read about it ,or just watched an occasional documentary, what differences really stand out ?
by Jack Lee5 months ago
It is Columbus Day. What is the controversy?When I was growing up, we were taught American history. Columbus, with his three ships, sailed from Spain discovered America in 1492...The rest is history...
by Sam Wickstrom14 months ago
Places like sweden and germany have had a massive increase in rapes and assaults. Not only that but there are many areas in europe where police will not even go, it's basically claimed Muslim sharia jurisdiction. Women...
by Wadey101m8 years ago
American products always seem to be bigger and better than what us Europeans can do, except when it comes to the car/automobile. Every car that America can produce, the Europeans always seem to do better. Is there any...
by SparklingJewel9 years ago
I have no problem saying I did not realize the difference between a democracy and a republic.Watch this short video and let me know what you think.http://www.flixxy.com/political-systems.htm
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