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I can answer general questions about French History of the 17th and 18th centuries. About the people and the events. I don`t pretend to know everything, I am still learning but I like to share my knowledge. Note that it is FRENCH HISTORY FROM THE MODERN ERA (1400-1800).


Anything on Ancient Greece and Ancient Macedonia in particular. Alexander the Great, battles, military history of ancient Greece. History, Art, Linguistics.

Sam Rutherford

I have an MA in History from Vanderbilt with concentrations in Russia and recent Europe and would enjoy answering questions in those areas. Just don`t expect a lot of bibliographical information.

Marc Kamin

I'm comfortable with each period of European history. I will be glad to respond to any question, and promise a clear, accurate, and simple reply. My personal interests include Medieval Europe, the Reformation, the Enlightenment, and Nazi Germany.

Francesco Marchesani

I have an indeep knowledge of European history, expecially Ancient, Roman and Medieval history. I focus my attention on military history as well; I have access to a university library with many ancient books.


I am an expert in Ancient Greek and Roman history.

Alex Gorecki

I am very knowledgeable about European History. My expertise in this category is mostly in Reformation History and World War II history.

Charles E.J. Moulton

I can answer questions regarding Swedish history from the 13th to the 19th centuries. Especially questions regarding the Swedish Renaissance and the Vasa Family. I know a great deal about the kings of Sweden from Gustav Vasa (1523 - 1560) and his sons on to Gustav III.

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Hi Paula,    Early Medieval Europeans used the "two field" system for farming. This was when one field would be cultivated while the other field would lie fallow (uncultivated) for the growing seasons

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Hello again The Personage,    Germany didn't have a president until after WWI. At that time, the structure of Germany's government changed. In Bismarck's time, he (as chancellor, or head of government)

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Hello The Personage,    Hitler's goals - as demonstrated by his actions and as documented in his writing - in WWII were: to acquire "living space" in Eastern Europe for Germany at the expense of Poland

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