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History in school
ScreaM | 
Germany totaldAk1nG 
do you have or did you have history lessons in school and which topics did you have or do you have to study?
2019-03-15 13:16
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Brazil VeryColdGuy 
Yes, and i don't remember exaclty, mostly Brazilian history in general.
2019-03-15 13:17
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Pumtac | 
Slovenia YuNOliek 
typical same like americans and UK, learning their "version" of history and learning just their own geography and historly LMFAO
2019-03-15 13:18
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Brazil VeryColdGuy 
yeah, a big waste of time, since we have so many good in the history to study..
2019-03-15 13:24
I had a chance to meet quite a few people of different nationalities in my life, some of whom I also dated. it is funny to see how they have all been "taught" their version of history. UK people literally think they ended second world war by themselves, americans think they did it, Russians think they did it and all of those nations, of course, think they are superior to others :D But I kinda see this effect here a bit as well. We learned pretty much everything about the first and second world war, about Napoleon, other conflicts etc, wars all over the globe, but no professor ever EVER touched the subject of Yugoslavian wars. I guess not enough time has passed already or we are just to close to the actual happenings, a lot of people here are from Croatian, Serbian, Bosnian etc families, so I guess history teachers don't really want to take a side and say who was in the wrong and who was in the right. I would probably get a better education on Yugoslavian war studying it in USA or UK, rather than here. Quite sad actually, to know everything about everything just not your "own", because people are scared to take sides.
2019-03-15 13:28
We arent even taught that empire and colonialism is bad
2019-03-15 13:36
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Brazil VeryColdGuy 
Yeah, in your case, you might be right about the teachers don't wanting to take a side in past events, but imo i think it's essencial to young people get knowledge about their own history, and they had to find a way to explain what happened in the past, without a way who says like: Slovenia was right, or Croatia was right, etc.. knowledge its important in so much things, and our own history, for some people, its kinda interesting. About you get a better education in your own history, i think either studying in USA (they're too much patriotic) or UK you won't find a good education about it, sadly, only on internet you will got it.
2019-03-15 13:39
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Spain VIKTORAL 
Depends on the teacher. Even in Spain they teach us american colonization was executed the most inhuman way possible, and dont hide. Maybe of you have a more patriotic teacher he will be biased.
2019-03-15 13:58
#47
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Brazil VeryColdGuy 
+1
2019-03-15 14:08
but thats a long time ago, that teacher might have seen the balkan war with his own eyes.
2019-03-15 14:44
#54
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Spain VIKTORAL 
i guess that makes sense, if u lived something u are gonna take a side in it... thats why you shouldnt rly base your whole knowledge on one source. Its good to both listen ur teacher and also inform urself about ur interests. anyways i always hated history i barely managed to pass it my last year by praying my spain history teacher to let me pass with a 5
2019-03-15 15:23
i feel like finland have pretty good history studies. just a little biased about war against russia
2019-03-15 13:46
Probably, because you aren't like a huge huuge country and yes, that would be only "topic" where I could see the explanation being biased a bit
2019-03-15 13:58
same goes for germany tho were just learning stuff about our own country i have to learn alot about russian history in school and a bit about france the uk and american history but thats it
2019-03-15 13:27
It happens to all "bigger" nations I think :)
2019-03-15 13:29
#28
tarik | 
United States nikolaii 
That really isn’t true though. We take an equal amount of years of world history and US history.
2019-03-15 13:31
It doesn't show, so I don't know what program you follow, what topics you go over, but... In general, your end knowledge is rather poor. I guess it depends on school as well
2019-03-15 13:31
#31
tarik | 
United States nikolaii 
I think people are either uninterested in history and don’t retain much of it, or it is taught poorly and not reinforced. I am still in school and I am learning about the industrial revolution’s affect on imperialism in specific countries such as Britain, Germany, Russia, and Japan right now.
2019-03-15 13:34
almost everybody i know is 99.9% uninterested in history they are just trying to be interested so they can get good grades in school rly sad
2019-03-15 13:46
i have few friends that are very interested just like me
2019-03-15 13:47
#45
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Spain VIKTORAL 
MAN imagine wanting to study a science degree about some biology or physics shit. Why the fuck would you like to study history????? History is about past events, and many people prefer to study about the future. I would make the history subject optional after 8th year
2019-03-15 14:00
#49
tarik | 
United States nikolaii 
Yea. Most of the people I know aren’t really that interested in history and lose their knowledge of what happened after the class finishes.
2019-03-15 14:25
There are numerous world histroy and world geography classes to be taken in my area
2019-03-15 15:48
is brazilian history a huge topic?
2019-03-15 13:18
#13
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Brazil VeryColdGuy 
i didn't think interesting, because i really don't care too much about Brazil, since for me its a lost country, but have people who love it.
2019-03-15 13:24
#35
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Brazil RmM_oo 
Yes it is, half a century of internal revolutions, immigrations, some minor wars, politics, monarchy, dictators, republic and democracy... Not so vast as EU history but a large topic nonetheless.
2019-03-15 13:38
yea i just googled it its kinda huge :D
2019-03-15 13:41
French history, German world war
2019-03-15 13:18
so you basicly never learned smth about the history of the netherlands?
2019-03-15 13:21
We have many things
2019-03-15 13:25
Mostly told us about the good stuff we did in history so we can take inspiration, but not the bad stuff to be avoided.
2019-03-15 13:20
damn unlucky
2019-03-15 13:23
#17
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Cyprus Swishh_ 
Same
2019-03-15 13:26
History of all continents - India, it was my favorite subject though :D
2019-03-15 13:20
are you from india if yes unexpected kinda :D
2019-03-15 13:23
Why man? -_-
2019-03-15 13:25
i thought that you might learn a bit about indian history and maybe german / british / japanese history :D
2019-03-15 13:35
Yep all includes all of these major ones i guess?
2019-03-15 13:37
#7
Luminous | 
Tunisia me_ 
Tunisian history mostly (ironic how they did not teach us anything about the punic wars) and the world wars briefly (basically causes and consequences)
2019-03-15 13:20
Both Hungarian and "world wide" history from the actient times till the cold war or so.
2019-03-15 13:24
His - story in school is a lie agreed on.
2019-03-15 13:25
Russian history in terms of rise of communism Inter war period Cold War Creation of Israel and conflict with Palestine and Middle East Those were my 4 gcse topics
2019-03-15 13:26
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Georgia Broozman 
Damn, rly interesting themes, i want them too :(
2019-03-15 13:28
I liked the Israel one a lot. Russia topic was quite boring tbf
2019-03-15 14:23
#51
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Georgia Broozman 
Israel is really cool, it's story, creation after WW2, really love that.
2019-03-15 14:40
maybe you should learn how you tried to conquer the world and enslaved half of it but uh no britain is sooooo pure better learn about evil germany and how you defeated the nazis in war you helped starting god i hate this world
2019-03-15 15:27
He did the British empire, collonialism and the slave trade quite extensively. I just named my gcse topics which are what I took exams in
2019-03-15 15:43
Also none of those topics that I named involved defeating Germany. The interwar period section tonight about the period between ww1 and ww2, basically covered what caused ww2. As I remember it didn’t paint Britain in a particularly good light.
2019-03-15 15:46
#19
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Georgia Broozman 
Very boring Georgian history, and now we have started Crusades.
2019-03-15 13:27
Hungarian history is pronably the most boring thing in the world. World history is cool tho, I just wish our teacher wasn't a dumb racist fuck. I don't understand how can someone this educated be this dumb and brainwashed
2019-03-15 13:27
#26
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Georgia Broozman 
+1 Georgian's history is really boring, i want to learn something about WORLD HISTORY, but we have only boring old shit xD
2019-03-15 13:28
#52
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Germany EvilBanana 
For the Same reasons you have your "free" Media.
2019-03-15 14:44
#23
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Europe Quinxxx 
school in 2k19 LUL
2019-03-15 13:28
in highschool u can take world history 1 or ap human in 9th grade,world history 2 or ap euro in 10th grade, ap or regular us history in 11th, and then ap or regular "insert state here" government in 12th
2019-03-15 13:28
yes, to then later find out its all a lie and columbus murdered millions native before exploring america.
2019-03-15 13:32
#38
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Lithuania ropzGOD 
We are learning german history Right now we are learning about Märzrevolution, and soon 1. Worldwar
2019-03-15 13:43
we covered all general european history, with a small emphasis on slovenian national history in every grade
2019-03-15 13:53
#46
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Iran BeKiram 
3000 years middle east (Persia) history in 7 years
2019-03-15 14:02
Three main books in senior high school First one is about politics, second economy, last one is about culture Generally they are good
2019-03-15 14:29
actual history changed to make you look like the bad guys mostly teached by shitty left teachers Yeah we all got that i guess
2019-03-15 15:25
I am from east european country and I had an independent teacher/books
2019-03-15 15:58
1st class of high school -- ages of the earth and the start of islam 2nd class -- Ottoman empire from start to ww1 3rd class -- Tr republic history since Ataturk 4rd class -- Most of the races' history since 12th century (little little because its a year and 2classes perweek) (you can skip last 2 years of history class by picking math and science classes)
2019-03-15 15:35
#58
byali | 
Poland KIKIS 
Yes I had and at the start of every lesson we said "fuck german pigs"
2019-03-15 15:36
maybe you shouldnt have pushed for War you polish cunt oh btw give territory back
2019-03-15 19:20
i loved ancient greek, ancient egypt for the rest i didnt really care about history.
2019-03-15 15:40
#63
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Vietnam comergod1 
focus about wars, notthing's special. I hate wars.
2019-03-15 15:51
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LaimB | 
Lithuania QMart1s 
Yes, but you can drop history lessons after 10th grade. Basically everything, prehistory, ancient history, medieval times and so on, up to modern history. + Lithuanian history
2019-03-15 15:53
#65
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Croatia mds818 
plenty of it...
2019-03-15 15:54
ofc yes the whole story somewhere about from times of ancient Mesopotamia, Greece, etc to our time, but in depth only starting with great geographical discoveries
2019-03-15 15:56
#68
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Korea XigNw0w 
At least we have had an introduction to Korean history, contemporary history of Korea, theory and practice of historical writing, history of Chinese modern society, a modern history of Korea and we have talked about Japanese a bit, but haven't studied it yet. There is a lot of other things in our history classes regarding mostly Korea, China and Japan. Obviously, we have talked also about Mongol's invasion etc.
2019-03-15 15:59
we started from cave people then Kyiv Rus Ukraine Ruin ukraine at ww1/golodomor/ww2 our time world history cave people and life at all continents at different time
2019-03-15 16:04
This is what we had in Hungary: Started with prehistoric people. When they lived, where they lived, what they did, what their sosciety looked like. Then moved on to ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, China and India. This was much like about inventions and basic history. Then came ancient Rome and Greece. Rulers, wars, art, philosophy, gods, culture, etc. After this we learned about the middle ages, feudalism and early modern times. Especially about Hungary's history of course, but also about England. We had a chapter about the French evolution as well. We learned about geographical discoveries, too. After these, we pretty much focused on Hungary (as far as I remember). We went through revolutions, world wars and time of communism in the country. All these throughout the 6 years of high school (hs is normally 4 years long, but I went to a 6 year one, but I won't explain ot now). We had history in primary school too (5th-6th class).
2019-03-15 16:17
#72
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United Kingdom _xC4ctus 
For my gcse, had to learn the anglo-saxons, normans, tudors etc, Queen Elizabeth 1, spanish armada, WW1, WW2, rise of hitler, nazi germany, weimar germany, coldwar,
2019-03-15 19:23
British Empire & Migration Elizabethan England Germany + World War 1/2 (Weimar Republic, Nazi Germany, Hitler's rise to power)
2019-03-15 19:29
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