We were talking about history classes in school, RUR.BobTheBuilder
This was actually a serious question, because in western Europe, we don't learn much about other countries than Germany, UK, France and the USTheOther
British Empire dominated the world for a very long time and almost any other nation outside its realm was ... well ... not really important
I'm talking about these statements, TheOther.
Over the centuries, Polish mathematicians have influenced the course of history. Copernicus used
mathematics to buttress his revolutionary heliocentric theory. Four hundred years later, Marian
Rejewski - subsequently assisted by fellow mathematician-cryptologists Jerzy Różycki and Henryk
Zygalski - in December 1932 first broke the German Enigma machine cipher, thus laying the
foundations for British World War II reading of Enigma ciphers ("Ultra"). After the war,
Stanisław Ulam showed Edward Teller how to construct a practicable hydrogen bomb
I'm talkative today. Drinking vodka , you know, not much, not much just a drop
Hehehehe...... It seems to me that the teachers of history in the West drink a lot...............