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Apr
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comment Could any Habsburg kings of Hungary speak Hungarian?
Adding up: Ferdinand the I. of Austria spoke Hungarian, Archduke Joseph, Palatine of Hungary also spoke Hungarian, although he wasn't king. I can provide only Hungarian sources if neccessary.
Apr
18
reviewed Leave Open Is there an instance where Rome adopted a weapon to win a war?
Apr
18
comment Is there an instance where Rome adopted a weapon to win a war?
Altough the question needs serious improvements, I think it is valid. I think in context what were the adopted elements in Roman warfare, answers could provide interesting facts.
Mar
21
comment Why did the Arab spring and Iranian Green movement failed for the most part, but the European revolution did not?
I'm voting to close this question as off-topic because it belongs more to Politics SE than History.
Mar
21
comment Why did the Arab spring and Iranian Green movement failed for the most part, but the European revolution did not?
Sidenote: 1848/49 Hungarian revolution also failed (even if Hungary could fight out some decent position inside the empire few decades after the revolution)
Mar
18
comment Has Taiwan always been a part of China?
@T.E.D. You are right then, I didn't notice the scope change of the question for the first sight.
Mar
18
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Mar
18
reviewed Leave Open Housing Materials, Structure and Style in the late Middle Ages in Germany
Mar
18
comment Has Taiwan always been a part of China?
I do believe your answer is informative, but is not answer for the question. PRC officially exists from 1949, so that period is in the scope, not before.
Mar
18
answered Has Taiwan always been a part of China?
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Oct
26
comment Price of a shot and a bottle of whiskey in 1870s American West
I think this is a good base of a good answer, but "West" included from California to Alaska, the prices were various from town to town, especially dependent on gold rushes.
Oct
26
comment Price of a shot and a bottle of whiskey in 1870s American West
If you include all regions, I know prices were varied from place to place, for example in the 1890's when they discovered gold in Klondike, the prices went insane because of plentiful money there.
Oct
8
asked What made the generation-switch hard in Soviet Union?
Oct
7
comment What role if any did Ligachev play in the 1991 coup attempt against Gorbachev?
fun fact: Ligachev was born pretty much in the same time as USSR, and he is still alive.
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comment According to Islamic sources, did any prophet kill people for having the wrong religion?
I agree, a good question on wrong site. Good luck on islam.stackexchange.com