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awarded  Nice Answer
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accepted Did land based airpower give the Americans a decisive advantage at the Battle of Midway?
Aug
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asked Did land based airpower give the Americans a decisive advantage at the Battle of Midway?
Aug
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comment Did the Germans use a “Verdun”-like strategy at Stalingrad?
A good source for this is "Marching Orders" by Bruce Lee amazon.com/Marching-Orders-Untold-Story-World/dp/0306810360
Aug
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comment Was the take off of neural computing research in the 80's due to Japan?
This question should probably be deleted, since it was asked and answered on the History of Science and Mathematics.
Aug
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reviewed Close history of geometric series
Aug
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revised What type of people were most likely to be suspected of witchcraft in Salem?
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comment history of computing / computation in higher education
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because this is a better fit for History of Science and Mathematics.
Aug
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comment Why did the United States enter World War I?
The Lusitania was sunk in 1915, not 1917, that is almost two YEARS before America entered the war, not two weeks.
Aug
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comment What type of people were most likely to be suspected of witchcraft in Salem?
@Lohoris: Added last paragraph.
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revised What type of people were most likely to be suspected of witchcraft in Salem?
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comment What type of people were most likely to be suspected of witchcraft in Salem?
@Lohoris: Actually, there was another factor. "Most" of the original accused were women. Several men were added late in the process to bring their number to six. So on a "time weighted" basis, "most" people were women.
Aug
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revised What was the purpose of a division staff in a US Navy Task Force/Fleet in WWII?
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Aug
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comment Was it Bismarck who said: “He who is master of Bohemia is master of Europe”?
This goes to the so-called "Heartland" thesis of Britain's HJ Mackinder, that whichever "end" power, Germany or Russia, dominated eastern Europe, would dominate the heartland of Eurasia. Bohemia was the single most important piece of eastern Europe, relative to its size.
Aug
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awarded  Necromancer
Aug
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reviewed Edit How was Mao Anying killed?
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revised How was Mao Anying killed?
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Aug
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reviewed Edit What did the technologies of von Braun and other members of the Third Reich contribute to America's lead in the race to moon against Russia?
Aug
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revised What did the technologies of von Braun and other members of the Third Reich contribute to America's lead in the race to moon against Russia?
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Aug
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reviewed Close Where does the employer / employee deference, subservient relationship come from?