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Dec
14
comment Was literacy ever used as a tool to oppress the population by higher social classes?
Perhaps the Chinese Mandarin? There task was administration, so they report written commands and control if everybody follows the commands.
Dec
3
answered Did the division between East and West Germany coincide with cultural boundaries?
Nov
29
comment Why did the Italians (and to some extent Jewish & Irish) dominate organized crime in the US in the 20th century?
Maybe it is interesting to compare it to the Chinese in California (remember the triad
Nov
13
comment In a Nazi concentration, labor, or death camp, what was a “'sale' Appel”?
Are the testimonies German? Before reading your question I translated it as those roll call. This sale would be a south west German dialect. selli in Alemannic German, jene in German, those in English. I looked for some Yiddish dictionary to find a similar entry, but was not successful until now.
Oct
30
awarded  Yearling
Oct
15
comment What language(s) were spoken within the Holy Roman Empire?
Another language candidate: The Burgundian Language
Sep
30
comment Has there been any evidence of Denisovan DNA outside of the Denisova Caves?
nature.com/nature/journal/v512/n7513/full/nature13408.html
Sep
27
comment Are there any records of ancient people looking for the misdirect in a prophecy?
The Egg of Columbus is also obvious for everybody who knows the history already.
Aug
29
comment Why didn't Russia/USSR invade Norway as it is doing it in Ukraine?
possible duplicate of How did the Soviets decide what to annex in WW2? or history.stackexchange.com/questions/8885/…
Aug
26
comment Pre-WW2 location of Skalat
@TylerDurden If you look at the map at wikipedia Skalat is in Ukraine. It changed the last centuries between Poland, Austria, Russia, again Austria and Poland, then USSR (Ukraine) and since 1991 Ukraine. The question could be better, but in my opinion it is not the question where Skalat is located, but how the borders changed around Skalat - so for me it is historical.
Aug
26
revised Pre-WW2 location of Skalat
+ Addional source
Aug
26
answered Pre-WW2 location of Skalat
Jul
23
comment Why didn't Native (North) Americans ever advance their civilization?
Do you know the Mississippian culture?
Jul
5
comment Which is the Historical Khorasan
The German Wikipedia has a nice map in his article to Khorasan.
Jun
27
reviewed Leave Closed Was there actually a project by the Nazis to create supernatural monsters/weapons?
Jun
26
answered Why didn't Germany attack US ports with U-boats during WW II?
Jun
1
awarded  Enlightened
May
31
awarded  Nice Answer
May
31
revised Who was the first Russian in space (not Soviet)?
+ remark for cosmonaut which was never a citizen of the Soviet Union before.
May
31
revised Who was the first Russian in space (not Soviet)?
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