Historica Wiki

Please "surrender" to these terms, and you may then edit the wiki.


Please keep the peace and rules of this wiki!

Hello, and welcome to "Historica Wiki", a website dedicated to historical hyperreality! Here, you will find history and realty as represented both in our history books and in our societal simulacra: history as portrayed and even "created" in popular culture.

Please be warned, this website is not entirely factual; this wiki contains pieces of history from real-world history, the Total War video games (the original purpose for this wiki - formerly called "Total War: Alternate Reality Wiki" - which I later decided to expand upon), historical video games such as Assassin's Creed , Crusader Kings II , Victoria 2 , and other games of the type, books, plays, and films, in addition to some personal creations based on these universes or on current events. This wiki has thousands of pages, with almost all of them being either complete and quality articles or works-in-progress being based on the constantly-expanding universe (there have been a few poorly-made pages made by anonymous contributors or by users constantly adding spam pages to the wiki). If you like reading about history or historical-themed works, consider this wiki as a Wikipedia of all things historical or historically-themed - hence the name, Historica.

Please try to "contribute" and not to just add random pages, because I care a lot about this wiki, which I have tirelessly worked on since late 2012.


Be friendly to all other groups of people, and do not be racist.

Please adhere to the following rules:

  1. Please do not add poorly-made (i.e. poor grammar, no links, copy/pasted Wikipedia articles, one-sentence long) pages to this wiki. I am only one person, and I cannot fix all of these mistakes myself.
  2. Please do not create pages overrun with political commentary. This wiki is a project, not a poster.
  3. Please do not come on this wiki with bad intentions.
  4. Please do not be racist on this wiki. Racism is not something that the internet should have, and this wiki is not a website that will ever see insults against people of different nationalities, races, ethnicities, religions, or creeds.
  5. Do not be vulgar on this wiki. Curses or insults are not allowed unless they are contained within a quote said by a historical figure, and these quotes must only be added when necessary. This also ties in with the wiki's anti-racism policy - refrain from using explicit quotes whenever possible, and treat the wiki as a textbook (hopefully, without the graffiti and vandalism).
  6. If you make an article, be sure that you have knowledge of what you are writing about. For instance, do not say that a Roman person went to the United States and spoke with Aristotle there. Write as if you were writing on Wikipedia or writing a professional history essay, and try to use good grammar with these articles. It would be great if you can add images to the wiki, but images are not always available.
  7. Please do not add any explicit/graphic content to the wiki. As this is a wiki which includes images from across history, this wiki may, at times, include artistic nudity (as per the Community Guidelines) such as classical paintings, non-sexual/cultural nudity, or, if it fits neither of these descriptions, it must be appropriately censored. DISCLAIMER: No images on this wiki are meant to be pornographic, sexual, or otherwise controversial. Please refer to the Community Guidelines when uploading an image which may be controversial.
  8. Please do not hesitate to ask me any Wiki-related questions, as I am always here to answer them. Please be patient; I may occasionally need a few days before I can respond!


This wiki - as provided for by Fandom's "fair use" policies - makes use of several secondary sources to provide it with historical, scholarly, and educational content. Without these sources, none of these pages would have been possible. Works which are regularly consulted include:

  • David, Saul. War: from Ancient Egypt to Iraq. Dorling Kindersley, 2009.
  • Grant, R. G. Commanders. Dorling Kindersley, 2011.
  • Palmowski, Jan. A Dictionary of Twentieth-Century World History. Oxford University Press, 1998.
  • Wikipedia
  • Kings and Generals on Youtube

In addition to utilizing materials from scholarly/reliable sources, this wiki also includes historical-themed content from several non-scholarly works such as:

  • The Total War series
  • Assassin's Creed series
  • Grand Theft Auto series
  • The Godfather films
  • Call of Duty series

These lists can never fully be complete, as this wiki encompasses a broad variety of historical and historical-themed subjects, and there are countless sources to draw upon. It is thanks to the world's wealth of scholars, historical content, and historical fiction content that this wiki is able to operate, and most of this wiki's content's credit goes to them for their contributions to historical knowledge. With that said, please enjoy this wiki, the ultimate melting-pot of history, historical fandom, and historical fiction!

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