Re: Back to Feudalism in the Early Middle Ages
- From: William Black <blackusenet@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 01 Sep 2011 00:08:30 +0100
On 31/08/11 22:20, ADR wrote:
On Aug 31, 2:15 pm, Renia<re...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:On 31/08/2011 17:27, Erilar wrote:
William Black<blackuse...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:On 31/08/11 01:40, AlexMilman wrote:On Aug 30, 5:12 pm, William Black<blackuse...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
I hate to tell you this, but Russia isn't everywhere...
And England is even less so...
Now that's a comment with no point except nastiness.
Well, Russia is a tad bigger, but of course it's outside tht BT. . .
Comparitively speaking, what was the population of the British Empire at
its height, and the Russian Empire at its heigh?
There is a vast difference between the Russian empire, the
preponderance of which had main culture and language and the British
empire which was just a collection of some dominions and mostly
I'll bet all those Muslims living in Central Asia at the time would take issue with you there.
Not to mention all those Poles...
The majority of population of the British empire
were Indians, Chinese, Malays, Arabs and blacks (of various tribes)
while the majority of the population of the Russian empire were
Russian (either traditional or white).
Or Uzbecks or Tajecs or Tartars or any one of half a dozen differnt lots of Turkic tribesmen.
Or Poles or Ukrainians or Georgians or Chechens or (and on and on and on...)
Free men have open minds
If you want loyalty, buy a dog...
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