This is a flying visit to the famed Silk Road, which wasn’t made of silk and wasn’t a single road. It did have silk on it, probably trendy boxer shorts worn by Bedouin traders as they sold dates and palm oil and mobile phones. Anyhow, the following video is a basic introduction to these trading […]
Attila The Hun – Meet The Man
Attila the Hun ruled from 434-453 A.D. and hailed from the modern lands of central and eastern Europe. He was not a founder of Rangers football club as is commonly rumoured although, if alive today, would probably support Servco as they are now known. He did succeed in wreaking havoc across Europe but failed to entirely […]
Khazar History – An Ancient Jewish Empire That Threatens Modern Israel?
This lightly presented piece looks at the conversion of the Khazars to Judaism in the 8th century. The narrator doesn’t appear to be too concerned about his very casual attitude, and the article is probably the better for it. Many academics still dispute the premise given in this video, yet it would appear that there […]