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  • Closing a Civil War Chapter June 4, 1914?

    Address in which President Wilson accepted the Monument in Memory of the Confederate Dead, at Arlington National Cemetery, June 4, 1914.

    President Wilson  “My privilege is this, ladies and gentlemen:

    TO DECLARE THIS CHAPTER IN THE HISTORY OF THE UNITED STATES CLOSED AND ENDED,

    and I bid you turn with me with your faces to the future, quickened by the memories of the past, but with nothing to do with the contests of the past, knowing, as we have shed our blood upon opposite sides, we now face and admire one another”

    But,  no process can work these effects unless there is a conducting medium. The conducting medium in this instance is the united heart of a great people.

    Why should President Trump  protect America’s cultural heritage?

    Who’s digging up bones on what was declared a closed and ended chapter on the civil war  in  the United States,  June 4, 1914,

    And, Who is responsible for creating an UN-CIVIL WAR over 103 years later?

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    Address in which President Wilson accepted the Monument in Memory of the Confederate Dead, at Arlington National Cemetery, June 4, 1914.

    Closing a Chapter June 4, 1914

    Mr. Chairman, Mrs. McLaurin Stevens, Ladies and Gentlemen:

    I ASSURE YOU THAT I AM PROFOUNDLY AWARE OF THE SOLEMN SIGNIFICANCE OF THE THING THAT HAS NOW TAKEN PLACE. The Daughters of the Confederacy have presented a memorial of their dead to the Government of the United States.

    I HOPE THAT YOU HAVE NOTED THE HISTORY OF THE CONCEPTION OF THIS IDEA.

    IT WAS SUGGESTED BY A PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES WHO HAD HIMSELF BEEN A DISTINGUISHED OFFICER IN THE UNION ARMY.

    IT WAS AUTHORIZED BY AN ACT OF CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES.

    THE CORNER-STONE OF THE MONUMENT WAS LAID BY A PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES elevated to his position by the votes of the party which had chiefly prided itself upon sustaining the war for the Union,

    AND WHO, WHILE SECRETARY OF WAR, HAD HIMSELF GIVEN AUTHORITY TO ERECT IT.

    And, now, it has fallen to my lot to accept in the name of the great Government, which I am privileged for the time to represent, THIS EMBLEM OF A REUNITED PEOPLE.

     I am not so much happy as proud to participate in this capacity on such an occasion, proud that I should represent such a people. Am I mistaken, ladies and gentlemen, in supposing that nothing of this sort could have occurred in anything but a democracy?

    The people of a democracy are not related to their rulers as subjects are related to a government.

    They are themselves the sovereign authority, and as they are neighbors of each other, quickened by the same influences and moved by the same motives, they can understand each other.

    They are shot through with some of the deepest and profoundest instincts of human sympathy. They choose their governments; they select their rulers; they live their own life, and they will not have that life disturbed and discolored by fraternal misunderstandings.

    I know that a reuniting of spirits like this can take place more quickly in our time than in any other because men are now united by an easier transmission of those influences which make up the foundations of peace and of mutual understanding, but no process can work these effects unless there is a conducting medium.

    The conducting medium in this instance is the united heart of a great people. I am not going to detain you by trying to repeat any of the eloquent thoughts which have moved us this afternoon, for I rejoice in the simplicity of the task which is assigned to me.

    My privilege is this, ladies and gentlemen: To declare this chapter in the history of the United States closed and ended, and I bid you turn with me with your faces to the future, quickened by the memories of the past, but with nothing to do with the contests of the past, knowing, as we have shed our blood upon opposite sides, we now face and admire one another.

    I do not know how many years ago it was that the Century Dictionary was published, but I remember one day in the Century Cyclopedia of Names I had occasion to turn to the name of Robert E. Lee, and I found him there in that book published in New York City simply described as a great American general.

    The generosity of our judgments did not begin to-day.

    The generosity of our judgment was made up soon after this great struggle was over.

    Men came and sat together again in the Congress and united in all the efforts of peace and of government, and our solemn duty is to see that each one of us is in his own consciousness and in his own conduct a replica of this great reunited people.

    It is our duty and our privilege to be like the country we represent and, speaking no word of malice, no word of criticism even, stand shoulder to shoulder to lift the burdens of mankind in the future and show the paths of freedom to all the world.

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    Societies have long sought to protect and preserve their cultural heritage, for reasons ranging from education to historical research to the desire to reinforce a sense of identity. In TIMES OF WAR AND CONFLICT, CULTURAL IDENTITY AND CULTURAL HERITAGE BECOME ALL THE MORE IMPORTANT.

    Destroying cultural heritage: more than just material damage | British …

    https://www.britishcouncil.org/…/destroying-cultural-heritage-more-just-material-dam…

    Aug 24, 2015 – Buildings, monuments and symbols of culture that speak of shared … and using explosives to destroy the ancient city of Nimrud in Iraq. …. References to pre-Islamic history that could distract the faithful are therefore anathema.

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    THE MENTALITY OF THOSE DESTROYING CULTURAL HERITAGE?

    What are the main recent examples of this type of destruction?

    TWO EXAMPLES IMMEDIATELY SPRING TO MIND. The first is Palmyra, the world heritage site and ancient city in the Syrian desert, which has this year fallen into the hands of ‘DAESH’/ ‘ISLAMIC STATE’ (HENCEFORTH: ISIL). THE OTHER IS THE TALIBAN’S DESTRUCTION of the Buddhas of Bamiyan in Afghanistan in 2001.

    BUILDINGS, MONUMENTS AND SYMBOLS OF CULTURE THAT SPEAK OF SHARED ROOTS ACQUIRE AN INCREASED SIGNIFICANCE.

    ACCORDINGLY, THEY CAN BECOME TARGETS OF VIOLENT AND OPPRESSIVE ACTION THAT SEEKS TO DESTROY THE SYMBOLS valued by enemies or the iconography associated with alternative faiths and traditions.

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    Closing a Civil War Chapter June 4, 1914?

    AUG 17, 2017, WHO’S STARTING AN UN-CIVIL WAR?

    WHO’S DESTROYING AMERICA’S CULTURAL HERITAGE?

    SEVERAL EXAMPLE IMMEDIATELY SPRING TO MIND IN THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

     THE CURRENT MOST VIOLENT ACTION THAT SEEK TO DESTROY THE SYMBOLS OF AMERICAN CULTURAL MONUMENTS  et al.?

    Charlottesville officials: 1 dead, 19 injured after crash near ‘Unite the …

    www.cnn.com/2017/08/12/us/charlottesville-white-nationalists-rally/index.html

    5 days ago – Charlottesville, Virginia (CNN) One person was killed and 19 were hurt when a speeding car slammed into a throng of counterprotesters in …

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    List of destroyed heritage – Wikipedia

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_destroyed_heritage

    Cultural heritage can be subdivided into two types – tangible and intangible heritage. …. THE MOST DRASTIC EXAMPLE OF DESTRUCTION OF CULTURAL MONUMENTS, art objects and …. In addition, numerous ancient and medieval sites and artifacts, including the ….

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    America’s Cultural heritage we should also include the slightly less material things, i.e., stories, poems, plays, recipes, customs, fashions, designs, music, songs and ceremonies of a place, as cultural heritage. These are vital expressions of a culture and just as important.

    Billy Hallowell Jun 25, 2012 11:52 am

    Today Marks the 50th Anniversary of the Prayer Ban in Public Schools …

    www.theblaze.com/…/today-marks-the-50th-anniversary-of-the-prayer-ban-in-public-sc…

    Jun 25, 2012 – School should be about mathematics, history (I have no problem with teaching ….. Athiests are smarter than us kooky religious folk, just ask them. ….. they want to force religion upon, to a captive audience away from their parents. ….. Taking schools completely out of government hands would be even less …

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    Somebody should do something about that, and Donald J. Trump thought… I am an American somebody and I can do something about that.

    Presidential Executive Order Promoting Free Speech and Religious …

    https://www.whitehouse.gov/…/presidential-executive-order-promoting-free-speech-a…

    May 4, 2017 – Presidential Executive Order Promoting Free Speech and Religious Liberty … vigorously enforce Federal law’s robust protections for religious freedom. … Federal law protects the freedom of Americans and their organizations to exercise religion and participate fully in civic life without … DONALD J. TRUMP.

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    The judgment was made up soon after the great civil struggle was over.

    DONALD J TRUMP WAS ELECTED PRESIDENT NOV 8, 2016

    DONALD J TRUMP WAS SWORN IN ON JAN 20, 2017

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    In 1914, Men came and sat together again in the Congress and united in all the efforts of peace and of government, and our solemn duty is to see that each one of us is in his own consciousness and in his own conduct a replica of this great reunited people.

    It is our duty and our privilege to be like the country we represent and, speaking no word of malice, no word of criticism even, stand shoulder to shoulder to lift the burdens of mankind in the future and show the paths of freedom to all the world.

    IN 2016-2017 NOT SO MUCH!


  • Trump Who’s Next Washington? Jefferson?

    The Historical Marker Database lists more than 13,000 monuments and memorials across the county

    God bless President Trump

    History Happened Here

    Confederate Memorial – Arlington National Cemetery

    www.arlingtoncemetery.mil/Explore/Monuments-and…/Confederate-Memorial

    Not for fame or reward
    Not for place or for rank
    Not lured by ambition
    Or goaded by necessity
    But in simple
    Obedience to duty
    As they understood it
    These men suffered all
    Sacrificed all
    Dared all-and died

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    Confederate Memorial

    By the end of 1901 all the Confederate soldiers buried in the national cemeteries at Alexandria, Virginia, and at the Soldiers’ Home in Washington were brought together with the soldiers buried at Arlington and reinterred in the Confederate section.

    The history of Arlington National Cemetery is steeped in the Civil War, for it was this great national struggle that necessitated the establishment of this cemetery to bury its many dead. For many years following the war, the bitter feelings between North and South remained, and although hundreds of Confederate soldiers were buried at Arlington, it was considered a Union cemetery. Family members of Confederate soldiers were denied permission to decorate their loved ones’ graves and in extreme cases were even denied entrance to the cemetery.

    These ill feelings were slow to die but over time they did begin to fade. Many historians believe it was the national call to arms during the Spanish-American War that brought northerners and southerners together at last. In that war numerous Confederate veterans volunteered their services and joined their Northern brothers on the battlefield in the common defense of our nation. In June 1900, in this spirit of national reconciliation, the U.S. Congress authorized that a section of Arlington National Cemetery be set aside for the burial of Confederate dead.

    By the end of 1901 all the Confederate soldiers buried in the national cemeteries at Alexandria, Virginia, and at the Soldiers’ Home in Washington were brought together with the soldiers buried at Arlington and reinterred in the Confederate section. Among the 482 persons buried there are 46 officers, 351 enlisted men, 58 wives, 15 southern civilians, and 12 unknowns. They are buried in concentric circles around the Confederate Monument, and their graves are marked with headstones that are distinct for their pointed tops. Legend attributes these pointed-top tombstones to a Confederate belief that the points would “keep Yankees from sitting on them.”

    To further honor these citizens of the South, the United Daughters of the Confederacy petitioned to erect a major monument to the Confederate dead. On March 4, 1906 Secretary of War William Howard Taft granted their request. The cornerstone was laid on Nov. 12, 1912 at a ceremony featuring speakers William Jennings Bryan and James A. Tanner, a former Union corporal who lost both legs at the second Battle of Bull Run. He was commander in chief of the Union veterans group, The Grand Army of the Republic. That same evening, President William Howard Taft addressed the United Daughters of the Confederacy at a reception in the Daughters of the American Revolution’s Centennial Hall.

    Chosen to design the memorial was the world-renowned sculptor, Moses Ezekiel. Ezekiel brought more than just his artistic talents to this project for he was also a Confederate veteran who knew firsthand the horrors of the Civil War. He is now buried at the base of the famous monument which he created.

    The Confederate Monument was unveiled before a large crowd of northerners and southerners on June 4, 1914, the 106th anniversary of the birthday of the president of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis. President Woodrow Wilson delivered an address and veterans of both the Union and Confederacy placed wreaths on the graves of their former foes, symbolizing the reconciliation between the North and South, the memorial’s central theme.

    Ezekiel created a monument rich in symbols. Standing atop the 32-foot monument is a larger-than-life figure of a woman representing the South. Her head is crowned with olive leaves, her left hand extends a laurel wreath toward the South, acknowledging the sacrifice of her fallen sons. Her right hand holds a pruning hook resting on a plow stock. These symbols bring to life the biblical passage inscribed at her feet: “And they shall beat their swords into plow shares and their spears into pruning hooks.”

    The plinth on which she stands is embossed with four cinerary urns symbolizing the four years of the Civil War. Supporting the plinth is a frieze of 14 inclined shields, each depicts the coat of arms of one of the 13 Confederate states and Maryland, which did not join the Confederacy but supported the South in the war.

    Below the plinth is another frieze of life-sized figures depicting mythical gods and Southern soldiers. At the front of the monument, the panoplied figure of Minerva, Goddess of War and Wisdom, attempts to hold up the figure of a fallen woman (“The South”) who is resting upon her shield, “The Constitution.” Behind “The South,” the Spirits of War are trumpeting in every direction calling the sons and daughters of the South to aid their falling mother. On either side of the fallen woman are figures depicting those sons and daughters who came to her aid and who represent each branch of the Confederate service: Soldiers, Sailor, Sapper and Miner.

    Completing the frieze are six vignettes illustrating the effect of the war on Southerners of all races. The vignettes include a black slave following his young master; an officer kissing his infant child in the arms of her mammy; a blacksmith leaving his bellows and workshop as his sorrowful wife looks on; a young lady binding the sword and sash on her beau; and a young officer standing alone.

    The base of the memorial features several inscriptions. On its front face are the seal of the Confederacy and a tribute by the United Daughters of the Confederacy, followed by the Latin phrase: “Victrix Causa Diis Placuit Sed Victa Caton.” This phrase means: “The Victorious Cause was Pleasing to the Gods, But the Lost Cause to Cato.” On the rear of the monument is an inscription attributed to the Reverend Randolph Harrison McKim, who was a Confederate chaplain and who served as pastor of the Epiphany Church in Washington for 32 years. It reads:

    Not for fame or reward
    Not for place or for rank
    Not lured by ambition
    Or goaded by necessity
    But in simple
    Obedience to duty
    As they understood it
    These men suffered all
    Sacrificed all
    Dared all-and died

    In addition to Moses Ezekiel, three other Confederate soldiers are buried at the base of the monument. They are Lt. Harry C. Marmaduke who served in the Confederate Navy, Capt. John M. Hickey of the Second Missouri Infantry and Brig. Gen. Marcus J. Wright who commanded brigades at Shiloh and Chickamauga.

    Peters, James Edward. Arlington National Cemetery: Shrine to America’s Heroes. Woodbine House, 1986.

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    ‘Is It George Washington Next Week?’: Trump Blasts Monument Removals as ‘Changing History’

    Tucker on Fate of Slaveholders Washington, Jefferson: ‘If That’s the …

    insider.foxnews.com/…/tucker-carlson-washington-jefferson-slave-holders-memorials…

    2 hours ago – Tucker Carlson said President Trump mentioned an often-overlooked idea on the left during his press conference Tuesday.

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    More than 13,000 monuments and memorials across the county (cont.)

    National and global events all happened some­where, and historical markers mark the place where many occurred. But the richness of history is in its local details, details that can be insignificant on the global stage: the home of an in­di­vi­dual who made a dif­fe­rence; a natural feature, building, byway; or just some­thing in­te­res­ting that happened nearby. History is not just about the high and mighty.

    Markers tell stories and point out facts. There is one at the site the northernmost battle of the U.S. Civil War and another at the southernmost point in the United States (can you guess where?). There is one next to a 17th century Japanese stone lantern symbolizing 20th century peace, and another one less than 20 miles away reminding us of the Nike missile sites that were built the same year the lantern was dedicated. They tell of battles,  massacres and hangings; of hu­ma­ni­ta­rians, educators, and a beloved stagecoach horse; of mountains, lakes, rivers, bridges, roads, and other natural and man-made wonders.

    There are countless thousands of great stories marked by markers—and some boring ones too. Some markers simply recite facts while others are insightful, obscure, cryptic, patriotic, fas­ci­na­ting, sad, funny, or just downright bizarre. Many of those markers are on these pages, others are waiting for you to discover and add them to this database.

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  • Updating the Dark Ages  476-800 ce

    Updating  The Dark Ages  476-800 ce

    THE TERM “DARK AGES” IS NOW RARELY USED BY HISTORIANS BECAUSE OF THE VALUE JUDGMENT IT IMPLIES…

    Explore the “UPDATED” ONLINE ENCYCLOPEDIA FROM ENCYCLOPAEDIA BRITANNICA. 

    POLITICAL CORRECTNESS IS DANGEROUS

    Where Historians have, removed The documented history and UPDATED controversial material  from The Dark Ages  476-800 ce, because of the value judgment it implies, edited for content, renamed  and  rewritten as propaganda for a POLITICALLY CORRECT HISTORY OF  “BARBARIANS”

    REALLY…..American common core public schools must encourage our American students to explore the MOST TRUSTED ONLINE KIDS ENCYCLOPEDIA?

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    Hun | people | Britannica.com

    https://www.britannica.com/topic/Hunpeople

    Jul 20, 1998 – Related Topics  Hun, member of a nomadic pastoralist people who invaded southeastern …. 20 References found in Britannica Articles.

    The name of the period refers to the movement of so-called barbarian peoples—including the HunsGothsVandalsBulgarsAlaniSuebi, and Franks—into what had been the Western Roman Empire

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    THE HUNS, THE  SO-CALLED BARBARIANS?

    BY DEFINITION “BARBARIANS” (IN ANCIENT TIMES) A MEMBER OF A COMMUNITY OR TRIBE NOT BELONGING TO ONE OF THE GREAT CIVILIZATIONS (GREEK, ROMAN, CHRISTIAN).

    20 References found in Britannica Articles.

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    They, the Huns are first mentioned in Roman sources by the historian Tacitus in 91 CE as living in the region around the Caspian Sea and,

    AT THIS TIME, ARE NOT MENTIONED AS ANY MORE OF A THREAT TO Rome THAN ANY OTHER “BARBARIAN” TRIBES.

    Your globalist indoctrination, etal. Calling the movement and invasion by hoards of savage  “BARBARIANS”  (in ancient times)  a migration period of a nomadic PASTORALIST” people?

    Pastoralism is the branch of agriculture concerned with the raising of livestock. It is animal husbandry: the care, tending and use of animals such as camels, goats, cattle, yaks, llamas, and sheep.

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    THE MOVEMENT OF THE BARBARIANS?

    The “BARBARIAN” attacks on Rome partially stemmed from A MASS MIGRATION CAUSED BY THE HUNS’ INVASION OF EUROPE IN THE LATE FOURTH CENTURY. When these Eurasian warriors rampaged through northern Europe, they drove many Germanic tribes to the borders of the Roman Empire.

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    Ammianus Marcellinus (325/330 – after 391) was a fourth century Roman historian. … His work chronicled THE HISTORY OF ROME FROM 96 TO 378

    Ammianus does not speculate on their origin but describes them( the nation of the Huns) in his HISTORY OF ROME:

    THE NATION OF THE HUNS SURPASSES ALL OTHER ‘BARBARIANS” in wildness of life. And though [the Huns] do just bear the likeness of men (of a very ugly pattern), they are so little advanced in civilization that they make no use of fire, nor any kind of relish, in the preparation of their food, but feed upon the roots which they find in the fields, and the half-raw flesh of any sort of animal. I say half-raw, because they give it a kind of cooking by placing it between their own thighs and the backs of their horses. When attacked, they will sometimes engage in regular battle. Then, going into the fight in order of columns, they fill the air with varied and discordant cries. More often, however, they fight in no regular order of battle, but by being extremely swift and sudden in their movements, they disperse, and then rapidly come together again in loose array, spread havoc over vast plains, and flying over the rampart, they pillage the camp of their enemy almost before he has become aware of their approach. It must be owned that they are the most terrible of warriors because they fight at a distance with missile weapons having sharpened bones admirably fastened to the shaft. When in close combat with swords, they fight without regard to their own safety, and while their enemy is intent upon parrying the thrust of the swords, they throw a net over him and so entangle his limbs that he loses all power of walking or riding (XXXI.ii.1-9).

    THE HUNS are routinely characterized by mobility and ferocity; they struck without warning and observed no distinction between combatants and non-combatants, men, women, or children. Once they had crossed the swamp, and conquered Scythia, there seemed no stopping them.

    The speed with which the Huns moved, and their success in battle, is best illustrated in their conquest of the region which comprises HUNGARY in the present day.

    Between 395-398 CE, the Huns overran the Roman territories of Thrace and Syria, destroying cities and farmlands in their raids

    BUT SHOWING NO INTEREST IN SETTLING IN THE REGIONS?

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    Hun | people | Britannica.com

    https://www.britannica.com/topic/Hunpeople

    Calling the movement and invasion of hoards of savage  “BARBARIAN  HUNS”  a migration period of a nomadic “PASTORALIST” people?

    Pastoralism is the branch of agriculture concerned with the raising of livestock. It is animal husbandry: the care, tending and use of animals such as camels, goats, cattle, yaks, llamas, and sheep.

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    In December of 406 CE, the Vandals crossed the frozen Rhine River and invaded Gaul to escape THE HUNS and brought the remnants of many other tribes along with them. The Romans had no better luck in fending off Hunnic attacks than any other people. In 408 CE the chief of one group of Huns, Uldin, completely ransacked Thrace and, as Rome could do nothing to stop them militarily,

    Once the treaty was concluded, the Romans were able to withdraw their troops from the Danube region and send them against the Vandals who were threatening Rome’s provinces in Sicily and North Africa.

    About 445 Attila murdered his brother Bleda and in 447, for unknown reasons, made his second great attack on the Eastern Roman Empire. He devastated the Balkans and drove south into Greece as far as Thermopylae.

    THE HUNS AND THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE

    The Huns were a nomadic tribe whose origin is unknown but, most likely, they came from “somewhere between the eastern edge of the Altai Mountains and the Caspian Sea, roughly modern Kazakhstan” (Kelly, 45).

    They, the Huns are first mentioned in Roman sources by the historian Tacitus in 91 CE as living in the region around the Caspian Sea and, AT THIS TIME, ARE NOT MENTIONED AS ANY MORE OF A THREAT TO Rome THAN ANY OTHER BARBARIAN TRIBES.

    IN TIME, THIS WOULD CHANGE

    AS THE HUNS BECAME ONE OF THE PRIMARY CONTRIBUTORS TO THE FALL OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE,

    AS THEIR INVASIONS OF THE REGIONS AROUND THE EMPIRE, WHICH WERE PARTICULARLY BRUTAL, ENCOURAGED WHAT IS KNOWN AS THE GREAT MIGRATION (ALSO KNOWN AS THE “WANDERING OF THE NATIONS”) BETWEEN ROUGHLY 376-476 CE. THIS MIGRATION OF PEOPLES, such as the Alans, Goths, and Vandals, disrupted the status quo of Roman society, and their various raids and insurrections weakened the empire.

    Huns – Ancient History Encyclopedia

    www.ancient.eu/Huns/

    Dec 14, 2014 – … Migration (also known as the “Wandering of the Nations“) between roughly 376-476 CE. This migration of peoples, such as the Alans, Goths, …

    A definitive locale for Hunnic origins but also to define the struggle between the Huns and Rome as a battle between the “noble west” and the “barbaric east”. Kelly suggests how, “for some writers, connecting the Xiongnu and the Huns was part of a wider project of understanding the history of Europe as a fight to preserve civilization against an ever-present oriental threat.

    THE HUNS WERE A WARNING FROM HISTORY.

    With their Chinese credentials established, their attacks on the Roman empire could be presented as part of an inevitable cycle of conflict between East and West” (43).

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    Chapter 11: Innovation and Adaptation in the Western World 600-1000 …

    https://subratachak.wordpress.com/…/chapter-11-innovation-and-adaptation-in-the-we…

    Dec 24, 2015 – 286 ad, Emperor Diocletian divides empire between east and west Map of … From the 5th century CE onwards, as Roman power declined in … Their migration is considered part of “The Wandering of the Nations” or “The Great Migration”, which was a period roughly defined as lasting between 376-476 AD.

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    THANK GOD TRUMP IS THE PRESIDENT ELECT OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.

    POLITICAL CORRECTNESS IS DANGEROUS, especially when it comes  to historians rewriting history, from academia and seeps into the U.S. government, into the American educational system (via common core) and into the media. When, big-time progressive liberals, professors at our major institutions of learning, world leaders and heads-of-state, and large media outlets adopt a PC viewpoint.

    Jul 20, 1998 Redefining The Dark Ages  476 800 ce

    THE TERM “DARK AGES” IS NOW RARELY USED BY HISTORIANS BECAUSE OF THE VALUE JUDGMENT IT IMPLIES…

    BY DEFINITION “BARBARIANS” (IN ANCIENT TIMES) A MEMBER OF A COMMUNITY OR TRIBE NOT BELONGING TO ONE OF THE GREAT CIVILIZATIONS (GREEK, ROMAN, CHRISTIAN).

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    moving forward …..

    The Twisted History of Rome-Muslims-America

    History of Jihad against the Italians in Rome and Sicily (812 -1571)

    www.historyofjihad.org/italy.html

    The Arab attack on Italy began in 813 when they attacked and occupied …

    continue reading on the link below

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    Behind My Back | 571 More Reasons to Vote for Trump

    www.behindmyback.org/2016/11/02/571morereasons-to-vote-for-trump/

    Nov 2, 2016 – 571 More Reasons to Vote for Trump The Twisted History of Rome-Muslims-America The fall of THE … www.historyofjihad.org/italy.html.