Usually, people plan their professional and private life in detail. They make appointments, organise conferences, set dates for events, and arrange rendezvous. But have you ever thought about which of the world’s major events and decisions were the result of spontaneous, unplanned meetings? Members of our editorial team traced this question and pondered the impact of chance on shaping the world around us. Delve into the role of fortuity in influencing European history by clicking through the map!
Born in December 1998, Jakob is currently studying history at Copenhagen University. He is fascinated by many things related to history and in general is interested in learning about different cultures. He is a huge cinephile watching countless movies and tv-shows.
born in 1995 and studied public history in Germany. Loves to explore the nature in different countries and to discuss about history, but hates to describe himself.
Born in 2000, Rusudan from Tbilisi, Georgia, studies law at Tbilisi State University. Passionate for history, literature and writing, she has been an editor since 2020. Besides working as a freelance translator and interning at the National Center of Alternative Dispute Resolution, she also enjoys spending time as an amateur pianist and photographer.
Decho is studying International Business Administration at the University of Vienna and his main interests are in the field of economics, law, history and geopolitics. But of course, he would never refuse a good time with friends and water polo and aikido are his great passions.
Tags: Europe, History, Literature, Maps, War
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