Star Wars History: Episode VI – Final Battle (Rise of Skywalker Recap)

With the resistance of Leia Organa severely weakened and the First Order of Kylo Ren taking the place of the New republic, a message was transmitted across the galaxy, announcing the return of Emperor Palpatine, also known as the Sith Master Darth Sidious, threatening revenge upon his enemies. Knowing that Palpatine was a threat to […]

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Geostrategy of the Peloponnesian War 4: Syracuse and the Ionian War

Hi, and welcome to Strategy Stuff. This is a video series I originally made for CaspianReport on the geostrategic analysis of the Peloponnesian War. In the third video, we examined Athens’ ascent and Sparta’s response during the Archidamian War. Now, we see how a 3rd generation of leaders sought decision in the final phases of […]

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It’s 1941 – A World at War – WW2 – 071 – January 4 1941

January 4th 1941 Over the past 16 months, what was a localized European conflict has spiraled and morphed into a second world war, and it seems that every month it grows larger, engulfing nation after nation. It still hasn’t seen offensives- in Europe at least- with the scale of destruction seen in the First World […]

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Battle Of Targoviste (Part 2/2) ⚔️ The Night Attack, 1462

Word spreads across the Balkans and beyond about the effectiveness of Vlad Tepes’ raid into Ottoman territory. Using his knowledge of the Empire’s military organisation, something he learned during his time in the Ottoman court, Vlad selectively targets vital Ottoman military infrastructure in northern Bulgaria, crippling their capability to quickly respond to Vlahian attacks. He […]

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Backs To The Wall – All Eyes On Amiens I THE GREAT WAR Week 192

The war in the trenches really began in the fall of 1914, after the race to the sea. For nearly 3.5 years since then, the western front has been in stalemate, despite a death toll in the millions, but this week that finally changes. This week, the Germans break through. I’m Indy Neidell; welcome to […]

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