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Post What history do you like to read?
Sooo What do you like to read to do with history? I love reading about the Egypt and general history :shock:


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History of the Roman Empire



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My most read subject in history as well as non-fiction in general has been about the early days of manned spaceflight, particularly the Mercury/Gemini/Apollo programs. Lots of good biographies about individual astronauts as well as more general books about various missions/programs.



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Sooo What do you like to read to do with history? I love reading about the Egypt and general history :shock:

Any pre-Christian ancient Middle Eastern culture. Well, Middle Eastern and European. Prior to 1 AD.



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Almost any period or country (kingdom, empire, whatever). Inevitably I learn something new.


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