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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What was the hippie movement? Why did it decline?
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comment Does Chinese history really span the past 5000 years?
We agree on that, and I accept your point.
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comment Does Chinese history really span the past 5000 years?
"In traditional Chinese accounts, the Yellow Emperor is credited with improving the livelihood of the nomadic hunters of his tribe. He teaches them how to build shelters, tame wild animals, and grow the five Chinese cereals,[18] although other accounts credit Shennong with the last. He invents carts, boats, and clothing." from wiki. I seriously doubt this was work of a single man. As it stated this is Chinese tradition, so it is more like legend than an actual historical fact. The existence of yellow emperor is not a question, but his historical weight is.
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comment Does Chinese history really span the past 5000 years?
As I read Fu Xi was more like a mythical figure in chinese history, he said to live 190 years, also Yellow emperor was idealistic figure. I say this is where the legends start and history stops, but +1 for a good collection of data.
Jul
22
comment What was World War 1 called before World War 2?
pretty well known fact: The Great War, but to add an interesting fun fact, it was finally ended in 1958, since they forgot to invite Andorra for the peace conference.
Jul
22
revised Why does German money from the 1940s not bear Nazi symbols?
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answered Why does German money from the 1940s not bear Nazi symbols?
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revised Does Chinese history really span the past 5000 years?
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answered Does Chinese history really span the past 5000 years?
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comment Did Romans know about China?
I don't understand the downvote, it is a valid question, and interesting.
Jul
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comment Why didn't Turkish become an official language in former Ottoman colonies in the Middle-East and North Africa?
Agreed, I just wanted to send him a notification about the question's scope.
Jul
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comment Why didn't Turkish become an official language in former Ottoman colonies in the Middle-East and North Africa?
please notify me here if this wasn't what you asked for.
Jul
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comment Why didn't Turkish become an official language in former Ottoman colonies in the Middle-East and North Africa?
The aim of the question changed significantly, so some edit will be needed.
Jul
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revised Why didn't Turkish become an official language in former Ottoman colonies in the Middle-East and North Africa?
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comment Why didn't Turkish become an official language in former Ottoman colonies in the Middle-East and North Africa?
@moudiz then the question's essence is not properly stated, if you allow me, I will correct it. In that way it makes sense.
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comment Why didn't Turkish become an official language in former Ottoman colonies in the Middle-East and North Africa?
I think this question shows some missing general knowledge. Africa's huge part was colonized by France and British Empire, and they made their language for official language. These regions - often multicultured regions - spent around 200+ years of european rule, and they typically kept their language. With a short research on randomly picked country this would be evident.
Jun
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accepted Is there a definition of history separate from the definition of politics?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Are the Samaritans descendants of Israel's lost tribes, and so rightfully considered Israelites?
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on What are the latest publications demolishing the Aryan invasion/migration theory?
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15
comment Why was spice trade so profitable in the 15th century?
mind to comment why downvote?