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Aug
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comment What allowed the British to be able to burn Washington D.C. in the war of 1812?
Actually, DC is easily traveled to by waterways - it is the farthest point North on the Potomac River that ships can travel: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/… Weather or not that would have been easy for the British to do is another question.
Sep
26
comment State budget spending of Roman Empire
Another thing to note was that often times, soldiers (and probably other people) weren't paid in money(like sesterces), many times they were paid in salt because it was so valuable at the time.
Jul
30
answered Which cultures did *not* produce alcohol?
Jun
19
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Jun
19
answered When was the last time period where one could travel by steam powered locomotive across the United States today?