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Aug
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answered Why wasn't the Free City of Lübeck ever restored?
Aug
10
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Aug
6
revised What caused Yugoslavia to switch sides early in World War II?
Remove controvers part.
Aug
5
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Aug
5
reviewed Approve What caused Yugoslavia to switch sides early in World War II?
Jul
20
comment What was the most northern region/city in the Roman Empire that spoke Greek as the native language?
Outside the balkans there was also a Greco-Bactrian Kingdom Looking at the map it seems to most northern areas seems to reach the northern black sea.
Jun
7
comment Why was there a perceived high rate of AIDS infection among Haitians?
Perhaps you find your answer at news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2007/10/071029-aids-haiti.html or en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HIV/AIDS_in_Haitia
Apr
18
comment Employment statistics in Germany since mid-19th century
The Statistische Bundesamt starts its statistics 1950.
Apr
18
comment Employment statistics in Germany since mid-19th century
Do you mean the percentage of people with a job or how many people worked in what jobs?
Apr
7
comment What did Central America export in the early 20th century other than coffee and bananas?
Latex? See also Panama Rubber Tree and Rubber planting in Mexico and Central America
Mar
28
comment When was the first form of footwear invented?
You can start your research 5500 years ago or 10000 years for sandals
Mar
12
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Mar
6
comment Why was a convicted Nazi war criminal buried with military honours?
The German Wikipedia reports about his (inofficial) work as a consultant for the Bundeswehr. Perhaps this is one of the reasons - not his work during WWII, but his work after the war.
Jan
5
comment Was the site of Rome and Constantinople chosen for featuring “seven hills”?
The other way round: Bamberg is a town on seven hills and calls himselfs the (Franconian Rome)
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
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Oct
15
comment What language(s) were spoken within the Holy Roman Empire?
Another language candidate: The Burgundian Language