The Xenophile Historian, general world history pagesTime 2021-10-31 15:11:18
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Hello. My name is Charles Scott Kimball. My hobby is writing world history, and I have set up this website to share my work with you.
Is history a mystery to you? Do you see the events of the past flashing by, like a bunch of disconnected scenes from a movie with no soundtrack? Perhaps I can throw some light on the matter. The story of the human race is a grand epic, more than five thousand years in the making. Whether you like tragedy, comedy, romance, action or intrigue, you will find it here. And it is performed by the greatest cast ever assembled. Don't miss it!
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