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Nov
11
answered The evolution of glove handness in falconry
Nov
10
comment When was first security screen door instaled in Seoul metro
I added the Korea, transportation and technology tags. Which tags are you missing?
Nov
10
revised When was first security screen door instaled in Seoul metro
added tags
Nov
10
revised Was German ever an official language in the USSR?
Added actual regions with German background
Nov
9
reviewed Close What type of workers were there who built the pyramids in Egypt
Nov
6
comment Why did modern “Romania” remain the most “Roman” part of the Balkans?
See also history.stackexchange.com/questions/9181/…
Nov
4
revised What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
+ tag map
Nov
3
comment What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
@RickyDemer I corrected the typo. But I think it is still a bad/wrong English ;)
Nov
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revised What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
typo correction, replace in withat.
Nov
3
comment What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
@LennartRegebro I think you are right. I compared it with Openstreetmap.org. There you have some houses called Duniwang - the same as in the original card.
Nov
3
comment What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
@PieterGeerkens Just to be a bit more concrete: There are more barrier lakes along the river Isar. One is the Stausee Altheim.
Nov
3
revised What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
Found book entry.
Nov
3
revised What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
added 162 characters in body
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revised What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
add more information.
Nov
3
answered What is a “Schwedenschanze” on an 1830's map of Eastern Bavaria?
Nov
2
comment What was the significance of the Mississipi River on the Civil War and Westward Expansion?
You may take also a look to the Yangtze River: Along with the Yellow River, the Yangtze is the most important river in the history, culture and economy of China.
Nov
2
comment What advantage did Napoleon gain by attacking and antagonizing the Catholic Church?
It wasn't only the Vatican, but the Papal States - and that was the complete center of Italy.
Oct
30
awarded  Yearling
Oct
12
revised Was German ever an official language in the USSR?
Found Dreispitz in list of Volga towns.
Oct
12
answered Was German ever an official language in the USSR?