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Apr
20
comment Does a reputation for cruelty to PoWs give a tactical advantage?
Unsure about your paragraph on Germany and Russia: Germany didn't want to govern most of the people in occupied Russia they wanted to drive them east or murder them (Hunger plan). On a more general note, modern annexion of territory works differently than in Ghengis Kahn times (nationalism etc) so I would be wary with direct comparisons. Otherwise, great answer.
Mar
31
comment Did the Diggers view property as a sin?
Emphasize the word earth in the last line. The diggers faught the enclosures that would turn commons into private property. I would guess they saw property of land as sin. Interesting question.
Mar
11
asked Did Amadeo Bordiga tell off Stalin this way?
Feb
25
comment Is there evidence that German soldiers tried to prevent the Jedwabne Pogrom?
You can also edit an answer an add information, no need to have multiple answers.
Feb
10
comment Magic armies examples in history?
I find it likely that through much of history, in the mind of an individual fighter, praying and doing rituals where as relevant and important as other battle preparations. It is a very modern thinking that puts stuff that does not evidently work into boxes labeled "religion" (acceptable) and "magic" (superstition).
Feb
1
revised Why was a convicted Nazi war criminal buried with military honours?
put the last paragraph back in.
Jan
31
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Jan
23
answered Did Farmers Survive Communist Famines?
Jan
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Jan
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Jan
4
answered Why couldn't Germans and Finns capture Leningrad?
Jan
4
comment Who developed the Nazi psychology techniques?
With sources at hand I'd make this an answer: Those techniques were made up by those giving the orders locally. Hitler gave broad directives to his subordinates and let them figure out the execution. They would employ whatever they thought would make the mass murder easier. There's no single insitution that thought out these 'tricks', but surely officers will have looked to each other for ideas. Note that your question is very broad and covers acts by vastly different institutions.
Dec
4
awarded  Nice Question
Nov
23
comment Why was Hitler friendly toward Arabs given that they are Semitic too?
yes to @congusbongus and you might want reserch and describe how exactly this 'friendlyness' looked like to further improve the question.
Nov
20
comment Is the “youth bulge” hypothesis an evident explanation for imperialistic/rebellious historic movements and genocides?
pdf.usaid.gov/pdf_docs/pnadt635.pdf YOUTH BULGES AND CONFLICT this one?
Nov
20
comment Is the “youth bulge” hypothesis an evident explanation for imperialistic/rebellious historic movements and genocides?
the link is broken, can you give the full name of th report and maybe a new link?
Nov
17
awarded  Civic Duty
Nov
11
comment How did the European and international left react to the Cafe War?
@UriZarfaty Good question. The articles linekd describe them as communist. If the left thought of them as communist should be relevant for the question.
Oct
10
comment 3rd party (foreign nationality) forces active in Iran-Iraq war?
FWIW I think there is a valid question, but you could supply some more information from the documentations (there's an edit buttoin under the question): Where there (supposedly) only foreign troops on Iraqs side? Where they mercenaries? What role? Did Iran make some of them POW? On this site, it is generally expected that you do your own research, and ask questions when you get stuck.
Oct
8
comment Rwanda: Tutsis passing themselves as Hutus during the genocide
I don't think this is a bad question, but I think a broader understanding on how the killers found their victims would be needed (and this is likely to vary in time and from place to place).