The Fall of Rome Explained In 13 Minutes

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Published on 03 Nov 2022 / In Video Vault

⁣The Fall of Rome Explained In 13 Minutes

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Gen. Nathan Bedford Forrest

I also think that immigration was a big part in the collapse. After all the war with the Germans there were thousands upon thousands of German refugees who started moving south into Italy. The Roman government was unable to deal with this massive immigration problem. One interesting point is that the last so called Roman emperor was not even Italian, he was German further solidifying the collapse. Another point I would also mention is that much of the army of rome was not Roman but rather German.

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Europeanflower
Europeanflower 25 days ago (edited)

This doesn't go into detail about the fall of the Roman empire. Sorry if people get offended by this but it started when the army became Christianized and they pledged their loyalty to God biblical than to Ceasar, so they didn't fight and instead let Christians into the Empire. That is a fact from what I read. It's also fact that Christianity came to convert the "barbaric" side of Romans or more like fighting and conquering spirit. I do not believe that the Germanic were christianized when they overthrew the Romans. As well something for Christians to think about Christianity was deliberately spread into to the Empire to convert the romans from barbary (fighting and conquering) and elevatinga the slave. So much so the Bible dedicates one of its books to the Romans, not the huns, not the mongols, not the ethiopians but to the Romans or Europeans.

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Schutzstaffel
Schutzstaffel 25 days ago

It was the Christian British that took down The Roman Empire, The Romans had invaded Briton to try and stamp out Christianity at it's source but it backfired and resulted in Romes destruction. The Britons (todays Welsh people, My people as well as some Scots and Irish) were Christians before the birth of Christ, Our God was called Yahweh and Jesus and we worshipped him from the beginning. Paganism came to The British Isles much later with the arrival of The Anglo Saxons in the late 500's so The British were Christian in the 400's when Rome fell and not Pagan.

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bannedforhatespeech
bannedforhatespeech 25 days ago

can you believe someone named their son after a planet from Star Trek. Romulus' dad must've been a big fan.

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Schutzstaffel
Schutzstaffel 25 days ago

HaHa! Yeah he's a Superfan! Lol!

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