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revised High-altitude naval bombing in World War II
indeed high altitude!
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answered High-altitude naval bombing in World War II
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answered What did the Japanese believe about the USA capability of making/using additional atomic bombs?
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comment By mid-1945, was Japan capable of maintaining the war even in the absence of further direct American attacks?
why downvote?..
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revised By mid-1945, was Japan capable of maintaining the war even in the absence of further direct American attacks?
fixed typos
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answered What benefits were there to the USA of developing both Uranium and Plutonium bombs in World War 2?
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revised By mid-1945, was Japan capable of maintaining the war even in the absence of further direct American attacks?
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comment By mid-1945, was Japan capable of maintaining the war even in the absence of further direct American attacks?
the credit should go to @Semaphore.
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revised By mid-1945, was Japan capable of maintaining the war even in the absence of further direct American attacks?
add a missing article
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answered By mid-1945, was Japan capable of maintaining the war even in the absence of further direct American attacks?
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revised How come all the major WW1 rifles were bolt action?
typo
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revised What became of Nazi Germany's embassies in neutral countries?
add a link
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comment Did the division between East and West Germany coincide with cultural boundaries?
why downvote???
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comment 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?
Not all Soviet propaganda was as blunt as the "Pravda"'s front page. SU encouraged rumors like the one I mentioned because "old enemy" (nazis) was far less important than the "new enemy" (US). Cf. the current Russian hysteria about the nuclear bombing of Japan.
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answered 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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comment Why, in the US, is Japanese brutality ignored compared with the Nazi brutality in WW2?
@DrZ214: technically, Japan has always been an empire :-)