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The Middle Ages
During the decline of the Roman Empire, the migrations of a strong, rude people began to change the life of Europe. They were the German barbarians, or Teutonic tribes, who swept across the Rhine and the Danube into the empire. There they accepted Christianity. The union o...
The following would have been a typical day in the life of a Battle of Britain pilot
The sequences are based on the works of different authors with the exception that the names have been changed. This is just to give you an idea as to how a pilot may have spent his day at the height of the battle. ...
The American Civil War, Frederick Douglass
Edited by: Robert Guisepi
A General Survey of the Slave Plantation
by Frederick Douglass
It was generally supposed that slavery in the State of Maryland existed in its mildest form, and that it was totally divested of those harsh and terrible peculiari...
Ancient Egypt, Part Two
Robert Guisepi, 2004
The Valley of the Nile
The 13th Dynasty was a time of weak rulers—50 or 60 in 150 years. The Second Intermediate period (14th-17th dynasties) was again a time of divided rule in Egypt. The Hyksos, foreign invaders from west...