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  1. The "Fall" of "Rome"

    Traditional history says the Roman Empire fell in 476 AD when Odoacer disposed of Romulus Augustulus and made himself ruler of Italy. As many would point out, this was not really the end of the Roman Empire, as the eastern half would survive for nearly a thousand more years. But clearly to many historians 476 AD represented a landmark moment in the history of Rome, the end of the Empire as it is commonly seen.

    The Eastern half would survive in its own way, but as evident by its far ...
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  2. The German Spring Offensive 1918

    On March 21st, 1919, the German Army launched Operation Michael, beginning the Spring Offensive that would mark Germany's last major strategic offensive and the last chance Germany had to secure some kind of victory in the First World War. The Germans had prepared for this offensive in a number of ways. For the first time in years, the Germans had numerical superiority on the Western Front thanks to the Russian exit from the war. This was to be short lived, however, due to the arrival of hundreds
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  3. A tale of Ecofarm

    As we all know, ecofarm came into existence in the 3rd planetary alignment of the the Milky Way Galaxy. The comet transporting Ecofarm all the way from the Andromeda Galaxy soon descended to Earth, where it broke up in the upper atmosphere. From the crumbling rock, ice and dirt, a small basket, with a green balloon attached to slow it's descent, made it's way down to Earth. As it landed in Kingston, USA, the basket was greeted by a hear of Elephants. (Don't ask me how a herd of Elephants got into ...
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  4. Holy **** is this a blog?

    Oh cool, I have a blog!
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