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The split between the East and Western churches occurred officially in 1054 over which type of bread to use in mass and the celibacy of priests. The split was also caused by differences in culture, politics, and economics. The two churches has different views of Christianity as well.

The split between the East and Western churches occurred officially in 1054 over which type of bread to use in mass and the celibacy of priests.The two churches has different views of Christianity as well.

Same place, different time. This is amazing. Hauntingly beautiful.

Never Forget Ghost's And Tyrants Of History Past, Same place, different time. will history repeat?

Rest camp of one of the Reserve Infantry Regiments on the Western Front. Troops put up little houses in which they spent their days off duty. 1914-1918. © IWM (Q 87434)

Rest camp of one of the Reserve Infantry Regiments on the Western Front. Troops put up little houses in which they spent their days off duty. © IWM (Q

杂货店门口的裹脚女人们 Shopping, Shanghai 1900

Vintage China, Vintage Photographs, Vintage Pictures, Chinese Clothing, Chinese Culture, Qing Dynasty, Cheongsam, Hiking, History

Cossack's patrol on guard . Yallu river

A patrol of cossacks on the Upper Yalu River, By Frederic Remington from…

The alleged Boxers in this photograph are on trial before a Chinese court. If they were convicted (as most of those on trial were), it may well have been the foreigners who actually executed them. The Qing government refused to punish the leaders of the Ganzu Braves, even though they had been out front in attacking the foreigners, and the anti-Boxer coalition had no choice but to withdraw that demand.

Prince Igor Konstantinovich Romanov of Russia sitting as a model.

China's Boxer Rebellion in Photos: The Boxer Rebellion Begins

China's Boxer Rebellion in Photos

Photo of Boxers on the march, northern China, at the beginning of the Boxer Rebellion

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Japanese army break for tea, on the way to the Russian front, Russo- Japanese War 1905

What Was China's Boxer Rebellion?

What Was China's Boxer Rebellion?

Photo of Boxers on the march, northern China, at the beginning of the Boxer Rebellion Photo essay on the Boxer Rebellion.: The Kansu Braves: Muslim Boxers from Gansu Province

Ten historians from 10 countries give a brief history of the first world war through a global lens. Using original news reports, interactive maps and rarely seen footage, including extraordinary shots of troops crossing Mesopotamia on camels and Italians fighting high up in the Alps, the half hour film explores the war and its effect from many different perspectives. Watch the documentary in English, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Arabic or Hindi.

An interactive documentary on World War I with perspectives of 10 historians from around the world.

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