History Blogs

A list of all blogs that fall under the category of History. Historical blogs about the past, perhaps learn something new by reading about something old.

The Khmer Empire was a major Southeast Asian Empire, existing during the Middle Ages from the 9th Century to the 15th Century. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

Unfortunately my WWII series was destroyed, just like some U-boats. Though this blog is about one that survived: U-505

We're back with the historic Islamic Caliphates and this time we have the Rashidun Caliphate which not many people know about and is mostly overshadowed by the slightly more famous Umayyad Caliphate. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

For the final time, I will be continuing off of where I finished in the second part of this series, in which I will attempt to name every major colony that the British Empire once controlled at a point in time and also explain into a fair detail of each one. Enjoy! :)

The Belgian Colonial Empire was one of the major European colonial powers during the early and mid-20th century but is not very well known by many people. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

Once again, I will be continuing off of where I finished in the first part of this series, in which I will attempt to name every major colony that the British Empire once controlled at a point in time and also explain into a fair detail of each one. Enjoy! :)

Gran Colombia was a very significant empire in the Americas for its short period of existence and at its territorial peak in 1821, just shortly after its formation, the union controlled a big chunk of Northern South America, stretching across many different countries. In this blog, I will be explaining the country's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

In this new blog series spanning of about three parts, I will attempt to name every major colony that the British Empire once controlled at a point in time and also explain into a fair detail of each one. Enjoy! :)

I created a multiple choice quiz in 2020, asking whether notable celebrity deaths had been caused by COVID, cancer, or natural causes, not expecting the quiz to become a series. Now the question is how long the series will run.

The American Civil War was the bloodiest war in the entire history of the United States and as much as one million people died as a result of it. One of the sides fighting this war was none other than the Confederate States of America. In this blog, I will be explaining the very short country's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

At its territorial peak between the late 16th and 17th centuries, the Dutch Empire was one of the most powerful and influential colonial empires in the world at its time and is still regarded as one of the most influential today. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

Qing was the final imperial dynasty to rule over China. Its borders and power formed the basis of the modern-day China. Though it was indisputably more powerful than its predecessors, many Chinese people today resent that era. Why is this?

I've noticed that there is a severe lack of knowledge of the Chinese civilization and history here on JetPunk, and honestly in the Western World in general, too. This is rather odd, especially when considering the nation's size and its historical influence. So, I thought, I might as well write a blog based on this rough topic to introduce y'all to some good ol' Chinese history, and of course practice my writing skills in the mean time.

The Brazilian Empire was one of the largest empire's in history and at its territorial peak in 1822, just after independence from the Portuguese Empire, it controlled a gargantuan chunk of South America, stretching continuously all the way from Venezuela, in the north, to Uruguay, in the south. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

Also, this blog was made in collaboration with MG17.

We have all read or heard about the Mongol, British, Persian, and French empires from years past. But how will our countries fare compared to these famous (or infamous) historical nations?

At its height in the ancient year 555AD since the fall of the Western Roman Empire, the Byzantine Empire was practically the most powerful empire of its time and dominated nearly the entire Mediterranean Sea, stretching all the way from Spain in the west, to Syria in the east. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

The Frankish Empire was one of the largest empires in history and at its territorial peak in 814 AD, under their glorious ruler, Charlemagne, it controlled a huge chunk of Europe and stretched continuously from Brittany to Poland. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

I've noticed that there is a severe lack of knowledge of the Chinese civilization and history here on JetPunk, and honestly in the Western World in general, too. This is rather odd, especially when considering the nation's size and its historical influence. So, I thought, I might as well write a blog based on this rough topic to introduce y'all to some good ol' Chinese history, and of course practice my writing skills in the mean time.

The Russian Empire was the 3rd largest empire in history to ever exist and at its height in 1895, the empire controlled a significant 15% of the world's entire land area, stretching continuously all the way from Poland in the west to the Bering Strait in the east. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

The Seljuk Empire was one of the largest and most significant Middle-Eastern empires in history and at its territorial height in 1092, the empire stretched continuously all the way from Turkey in the west to Kazakhstan in the east. In this blog, I will be explaining its features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

An irregularly published series of somewhat obscure and sometimes shocking things of history, science, humanity and other things. Based on the findings of historians, archaeologists, scientist, occultists and random people who decided to document their experiences and knowledge. The information comes from books, paintings, statues and the internet. Some claims may be seen as outrageous.

At its territorial peak in the second half of the 20th century, during the height of the Cold War, Yugoslavia was among one of the key European powers in politics at its time, and controlled a significant portion of Central Europe. In this blog, I will be explaining its features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

Many events including Slaves rights and seats in Congress were the cause to war. When South Carolina seceded, 10 other states decided to join them to form the Confederacy. What followed would be the bloodiest war in American history-something no side was prepared for. This blog will show you the major battles starting from the first fire at Fort Sumter all the way to Antietam. Enjoy!

Hello Jetpunkers! This is blog three of the Civil War Series - today you will be learning about Notable people from the South, or the Confederate states before/during/after the Civil war. As you may know, the South lost the war - and the people are the ones that run the show, whether it is Politics, Generals, or Nurses. I will show you 8 people, and I hope you will enjoy the blog!

Hello Jetpunkers! This is blog two of the Civil War Series - today you will be learning about Notable people from the Union before/during/after the Civil war. As you may know, the North won the war - so they were more superior, and have interesting stories. I will show you 9 people, and I hope you will enjoy the blog!

The Mexican Empire was one of the largest and most significant empires in history and at its height in 1821, just after gaining independence from Spain, the empire controlled a massive chunk of the American Continent stretching from Costa Rica to Oregon. In this blog, I will be explaining its features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

Hello Jetpunkers! I am starting an 8 blog series about the United States Civil War. The Civil war was a period of conflict from 1861-1865 in which the northern and the southern states fought each other for the cause of slavery and preserving the union. In the series, you will learn about all the amazing people and battles of the war. I hope you will enjoy it.

At its territorial height in around 1480-1650, the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth controlled a significant portion of Europe and was one of the key major world powers at its time. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

Austria-Hungary was one of the most powerful empires in history and at its height in 1914, just before the First World War, it controlled a very significant portion of the world in Europe. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

At its height in 1940, the Italian Empire was among one of the most powerful European empires in history and controlled many colonies around the world, spread over several continents. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

The German Colonial Empire was one of the most powerful empires the world had ever seen and at its height in 1911, it controlled a significant portion of the world, scattered across many continents. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

This is the final of the series on introduction to Chinese history, including some notable events and interesting stories.

At its height in 1690, the Mughal Empire was the largest and most powerful Indian Empire ever in history, and managed to hold off European Colonial Powers from touching their land. The empire stretched all the way from modern-day Afghanistan, to the states of Tamil Nadu and Andhra Pradesh in modern-day India. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it united today in the 21st Century. Enjoy! :)

This is the tenth of the series on introduction to Chinese history, including some notable events and interesting stories.

At its territorial peak in circa 500BC, the First Persian Empire, or the Achaemenid Empire, was one of the most formidable empires in history, stretching all the way from modern-day Greece, in South-eastern Europe, all the way to parts of modern-day, Western China, in Central Asia. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited to the exact same borders it had at its peak, in the 21st century. Enjoy! :)

The Holy Roman Empire (HRE) was one of the longest empires in human history, having been existent for just more than 1,000 years, from 962 to 1806, and controlled a formidable amount of land in Europe at its height in 1155. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today. Also, thanks to RLL for the idea and letting me make this.

This is the ninth of the series on introduction to Chinese history, including some notable events and interesting stories.

At its height in 323BC, the Macedonian Empire was the largest empire the early world had ever seen, stretching an enormous distance all the way from modern-day Greece, in Europe, to parts of modern-day Pakistan, in South Asia. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st Century. Enjoy! :)

This is the eighth of the series on introduction to Chinese history, including some notable events and interesting stories.

This is the seventh of the series on introduction to Chinese history, including some notable events and interesting stories.

At its height in 780AD, the Tibetan Empire was one of the largest continuous land empires known to mankind at the time at controlled pretty much all of of modern-day Western China and stretched even as far east as Indochina. However, like all empires, this one came and went, vanishing into forgotten history. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 21st century.

This is the sixth of the series on introduction to Chinese history, including some notable events and interesting stories.

At its territorial peak in 1942, the Japanese Empire was one of the largest empires its time had ever seen. However, the empire gradually came to an end after continuous invasions from allied powers in World War II, till it finally ceased to exist in 1945. In this blog, I will be explaining the empire's features if it reunited today in the 20th century. Enjoy! :)

An irregularly published series of somewhat obscure and sometimes shocking things of history, science, humanity and other things. Based on the findings of historians, archaeologists, scientist, occultists and random people who decided to document their experiences and knowledge. The information comes from books, paintings, statues and the internet. Some claims may be seen as outrageous.

This is the fifth of the series on introduction to Chinese history, including some notable events and interesting stories.

This is the fourth of the series on introduction to Chinese history, including some notable events and interesting stories.

This is the third of the series on introduction to Chinese history, including some notable events and interesting stories.

This is the second of the series on introduction to Chinese history, including some notable events and interesting stories.

This is the first of the series on introduction to Chinese history, including some notable events and interesting stories.

I'm Back! Welcome to another blog. The Dutch don't get enough attention for their empire, so let me present you with this blog about the Dutch Empire and their colonies.