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revised Was breaching the Yellow River dykes Chiang Kai-Shek's Mers-el-Kebir?
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comment Was breaching the Yellow River dykes Chiang Kai-Shek's Mers-el-Kebir?
@Oldcat of course, nevertheless, British participants variously described the act as "hateful", "painful", "an act of butchery" and "unnatural". So I think there was some discomfort on the British side too.
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asked Was breaching the Yellow River dykes Chiang Kai-Shek's Mers-el-Kebir?
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revised Why do (almost) all countries have a flag, coat of arms, anthem, national holiday etc.?
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answered Why do (almost) all countries have a flag, coat of arms, anthem, national holiday etc.?
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accepted How did conditional POW exchanges work in WW2?
Oct
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revised What was the legal status of an East German once he had reached West Germany?
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revised How was Canadian sovereignty in the arctic threatened in the 1950s?
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revised What was the legal status of an East German once he had reached West Germany?
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revised What were Britain's defensive plans for a Nazi invasion?
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comment How did the Nazis plan to defeat America during World War II?
+1 oldcat, just as Italy and Thailand also declared war on the United States without - erm, so far as I can tell - having concrete plans to bring the United States to her knees
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answered What were Britain's defensive plans for a Nazi invasion?
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revised How was Canadian sovereignty in the arctic threatened in the 1950s?
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asked What was the legal status of an East German once he had reached West Germany?
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asked How was Canadian sovereignty in the arctic threatened in the 1950s?
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revised What can you tell about a society from its architecture?
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revised Is there a reason for a Queen's husband not to be referred to as King?
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