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  • Sword, the Most Valuable Viking Weapon

    People commonly associate the Vikings with violent savages raiding more civilized nations around them. Only a few people know that the Vikings were also established traders and craftsmen. The skills of some Viking blacksmiths were so extraordinary that their weapons are said to be 1000 years ahead of their time. Were swords the most common Viking weapons? How did they forge them?

  • templář titulek Templars

    Only a few orders have raised such enormous interest and intense emotions as the Order of the Templars. Both loved and hated, the Knights Templar had a gold poach in one hand and a sword blessed by the God of Christianity, in another. The primary quest of Templars was to serve as Defenders of Christianity, protect pilgrims on their way to Jerusalem and even protect the Holy Grail. But who were they really? What did their life look like? What was the true reason for the existence of their order?

  • keltové titulek Even Caesar Was Afraid of Them. What Were the Celts Really Like?

    A group of half-naked barbarians with swords and axes against the formation of Caesar’s soldiers. The barbarians seem eager to fight, without a sign of fear in their eyes. They let out a piercing war cry and surge forward, crashing into the Roman line. This is how famous military leaders described a clash with the feared Celts. What were the Celts really like?

  • občanská válka titulkní The American Civil War

    The original United States of America were formed of 13 British colonies. Even though they differed in economy, area and population, one thing united them: the hatred towards England, the country that imposed high taxes and complicated their lives. After the victorious revolutionary war against Britain, the USA gained independence and freedom. However, the States were still far away from unification. While the North was concentrating on its industrial progress, the South relied on agriculture that benefited from slavery. It was the inhumane treatment towards slaves that the North refused to put up with.

  • Rytíři ve středověku Medieval knights

    A knight – bold and loyal elite warrior riding horseback heavily armed is one of the most iconic symbols for the Middle Ages. Today we can find them often pictured as true hero archetypes in many poems and epic stories written just during the times of these cavalrymen’s greatest glory as well as several centuries later. Let’s have a closer look on what exactly meant to be a knight.

  • Ghurkas Gurkhas

    Gurkhas (or Gurkhalis) are Nepalese people traditionally known as tough, devoted, keen and never surrendering fighters. Their motto is “It’s better to die than to live as a coward”. They have always been harsh and scary enemies for all opponents that stood against them including British, Germans or Japanese.

  • Husité Hussite weapons

    Jan Hus (John Huss) was a priest and master of philosophy from Prague University who was inspired by an English reformist John Wycliffe. Hus criticized the Catholic Church generally for abusing its power. In 1415 the Council of Constance decided to burn him to death as heretic.

  • Hattori Hanzo Hattori Hanzo

    Hattori “the Demon” Hanzo was a brilliant ninja fighter in 16th century Japan. His incredible story was so famous he became a living legend. As his devoted samurai he saved life of Tokugawa Ieyasu who later unified the country and became its shogun (military ruler). Hattori’s heroic legacy is still remembered and his name is being mentioned even in popular culture. Read following article to find out more.

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