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reviewed Reject When did the American War of 1812 actually end?
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revised Why bother attacking castles at all? Why not go around?
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comment To what extent was Prohibition supported by the American public?
The Literary Digest also took a (telephone) poll in 1936 that showed Republican Alf Landon as a heavy favorite over Democrat FDR (most telephone users in those days were Republicans).
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revised What name is taken if a man marries into a noble house?
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comment What name is taken if a man marries into a noble house?
@RazieMah: Do you write historical fiction? I'm on Writers' SE; you might find it helpful also. writers.stackexchange.com/users/4599/tom-au
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comment Why didn't France and UK invade Germany September 3rd 1939?
@Yves: Just added your point.
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comment Did the Greeks win the battle of Salamis because their rowers were “free”?
This is a "decent" answer that just about meets the site's minimum standards. Two of your answers are better (the upvoted ones), the others are worse, and have been deleted.If you have too many deleted posts, you will be blocked from the site, so be careful.
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revised What factors made success a possibility for the South in the American Civil War?
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comment What factors made success a possibility for the South in the American Civil War?
@PieterGeerkens: I did NOT say that Lee should try to hold e.g. Washington. The hope was that the blow itself would have the desired psychological effect. I clarified my post by saying that Lee should move on when threatened by the Union army.
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