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The fork of the civilizations developement

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Submitted by PermReader (Russia), Oct 14, 2014 at 10:53

The 15th century was the fork that divided the fates of the European,Islamic,Chinese civilisations.The see travels definded it: Chinese built the greatest fleet in History,and after some voyages destroyed it (for tranquillity).Ottomans created the big ships and their fleets were occupied with the piracy in Africa and even Europe.Relatively small European ships with their crews of adventurists conquered the seas and the Earth as the result.

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