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accepted What was the final result for France after the Napoleonic wars?
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comment What was the final result for France after the Napoleonic wars?
So, DID they keep territorial gains or not? If they did, which were they?
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comment What was the final result for France after the Napoleonic wars?
@Semaphore I edited it to focus on one aspect of the possible benefits. Thanks for your comments!
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comment Did the USSR have a more positive relationship with France than other west european countries after 1945?
-1 This answer is too biased...
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revised Why did Central and South American nations participate in WWII?
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comment Rape perpetrated by American soldiers during WWII?
It would be useful to have side by side the number of rapes by the red army.
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comment Is it true the British heavily downplayed their defeat in Cartagena?
-1 Cartagena at colonial time is the middle of nowhere for you?
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comment How did former Spanish colonies in the Americas become so fragmented?
@WladimirPalant Being a latin american myself, we still speak the same language but we are culturally separated even more so than europeans.(dialects are meaningless we can understand each other to 100% (maybe not in equatorial guinea or philippines though)) There are other factors. I am for now elaborating a good answer for this question. We may share a MODERN history and just the war of independence history but not more. Europeans historically separated? In what sense? To me europe is historically inherently united.