Modernity destroyed history. The technologies of industrialism buried the past, building atop it an always not quite graspable future. Nonetheless, historical knowledge remains freeing. It gives understanding of how the present world came to be, and maybe more importantly, an appreciation that everything that is, never necessarily had to be.
Is Fukiuyma a hack? Yes.
Did Nietzsche warn against the end of history? Absolutely not, he reported it as fact, modernity holding the knife.
These days, I lack the patience reading about Saint Karl's thought. Darwin not Marx, that's the history of this species and planet from which it evolved and that's a 4.5 billion year old story.
Darwin's much more correct and radical than Marx, much less understood, and been even more badly propagandized for various powers to wrongly justify their positions over the last century and half.
I'd be curious to hear your take on a piece that came to mind after reading this. It's somewhat in line with, somewhat divergent from, your pov here. https://redsails.org/whos-afraid-of-the-end-of-history/