Bronze Age German Polish Czech History Lacking Because Much of Europe Covered by Ice Age Snowpack ‘Til 1500 B. C.


Northern Europeans feel left out where “bronze age” history is concerned, they have little to speak of, because up until circa 1500 b. c., much of Europe was covered by snow and ice thousands of feet deep, during the Ice Age, which because it was caused by the ocean warmer (in the aftermath of Noah’s Flood) allowed abundant plant life even in the Arctic regions near the relatively warm and rainy shoreline of the ocean, some of which such as the Dogger Bank submerged since circa 1500 b. c.