Science Fair Project Encyclopedia
Pseudohistory is the historical equivalent of pseudoscience. Pseudohistory typically blends together real history with myths and legends, without any attempt at criticism or fact checking. Pseudohistory often serves a political, nationalist or religious agenda.
- Deep England
- List of dubious historical resources
- Historical myths
- Olaus Rudbeckius (1630-1702), author of Atlantica, in which he tries to prove that Scandinavia is really identical to the mythical Atlantis.
- Holocaust denial (also called Holocaust revisionism)
- New Chronology
- National mysticism
- Epsilon Team (an ultra-nationalistic exaggeration of Greek History mixed with conspiracy theories)
- Nazism, Aryan race etc
- Anti-Catholicism, Black Legend
- Greater Serbia
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