Re: history

From: David Dunham (dunham@pensee.com)
Date: Mon 09 Feb 1998 - 03:45:13 EET


> how much impact did the Napoleonic wars have on the development
> of the USA?)

Unimaginably large impact. They allowed us to make the Louisiana Purchase,
nearly doubling the size of the USA.

> The fall of the Inka empire is another case of
> an empire's knowledge falling apart against religious fanatics combining
> arms with ruthless raiders.

Um, didn't the Inka empire fall to gold-crazed adventurers, after being
decimated by disease?

David Dunham <mailto:dunham@pensee.com>
Glorantha/RQ page: <http://www.pensee.com/dunham/glorantha.html>
Imagination is more important than knowledge. -- Albert Einstein

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