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Feb
9
comment Are there any communist leaders without a record of acts we consider as a crime (against humanity)?
Just to pour oil onto the flame war: independent.co.uk/news/business/comment/… Burn baby burn...
Feb
7
comment What were the main clans of the sengoku period?
What sources did you look at and why were they lacking?
Feb
6
comment Why did Chamberlain act to appease Hitler leading up to the outbreak of World War 2?
The USSR played a double game with both Britain and the Nazi. It ended in the Molotov–Ribbentrop Pact as it was in the best interest of both Nazi Germany and the USSR.
Feb
6
comment Sources on common people history
That is a large question that could be better answer in a books -- which it has been. Hence it is not a good fit. Could you make it more localised in time/country/population?
Feb
4
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Feb
3
comment Were there any war movies made during WW2 that were well regarded by front-line American soldiers?
@Lohoris: I see your point. That decision should rest with the Rose Ames to be honest. I am loathed to edit her(?) questions to change its meaning.
Feb
3
comment Were there any war movies made during WW2 that were well regarded by front-line American soldiers?
@RoseAmes: Does my edit reflect what you wanted to ask? If so, I shall delete my answer as it does not answer your question.
Feb
3
revised Were there any war movies made during WW2 that were well regarded by front-line American soldiers?
Emphasis and question title improvement to reflect what the OP wanted.
Jan
23
comment Where was human history first purposely recorded?
@MatthewPatrickCashatt: You are welcome.
Jan
23
comment Where was human history first purposely recorded?
Hence being facetious. ^_~
Jan
23
answered Where was human history first purposely recorded?
Jan
18
comment Who first in human history has promoted equality rights of all people?
-1, see my comments above.
Jan
18
revised Who first in human history has promoted equality rights of all people?
Added reference in text.
Jan
17
comment Has a foreign power ever sought to compel another country to abide by international law by means of that country's internal judiciary?
+1 Interesting question indeed.
Jan
17
comment Who first in human history has promoted equality rights of all people?
This does not answer the question I am afraid. It just refutes some points in other posts. Could you expend it to refute all major religions (which would kind of answer the question) or better yet focus on answering the question?
Jan
16
comment How did the US/South Vietnam lose the Vietnam war?
-1 North Vietnam was a totalitarian government of the communist flavour. Currently, the Socialist Republic of Vietnam is a totalitarian communist government.
Jan
13
comment Were there any well known royal dynasties that did not in some way cite religious mandate for their rule?
I am not sure if the kings of the Polish-Lithuanian commonwealth had mandates from God since they were elected. Although that does not work with your dynastic requirement. Anyone cares to comment?
Jan
13
revised How to research controversial history?
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Jan
13
comment How to research controversial history?
In my not so humble opinion, there are no un-biased sources. But if the bias is clearly stated it allows for the document to be worthwhile. Deception of bias masking as unbiased is a very large problem -- especially if the author does not realise their own bias!
Jan
13
comment How to research controversial history?
+1 for some really good clarifications.