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Aug
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reviewed Leave Open How is history studied?
Aug
18
comment Contemporary objections to the Bill of Rights's 1st Amendment / Declaration of the Rights of Man, art. 10?
Please narrow the timeframe. Are you interested in 1789-1799? Or maybe 1964-1974?
Aug
18
reviewed Leave Open Which attempts to create or revise states resulted in action?
Aug
18
reviewed Looks OK Which religion was the first monotheistic one?
Aug
14
revised Was there a plan “B” for the D-Day?
fix strange "if" grammar
Aug
7
reviewed Close Did the Founding Fathers believe that states had the right to secede?
Aug
7
reviewed Leave Open What was the attitude of English Knights towards their longbowmen counterparts?
Aug
7
reviewed Reopen Who founded Rome?
Jul
27
reviewed Leave Open Why didn't Hercules bring his family back from the underworld
Jul
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reviewed Reviewed Why didn't Hercules bring his family back from the underworld
Jul
27
answered Is this accusation in the Declaration of Independence factual?
Jul
25
reviewed Reopen Was Marine Corps B. Gen. Evans Fordyce Carlson — leader of the Carlson Raiders — suspected of being a communist?
Jul
25
reviewed Reviewed Individual mobility in Greco-Roman world
Jul
25
reviewed Leave Open Why didn't Native (North) Americans ever advance their civilization?
Jul
24
comment What was the hippie movement? Why did it decline?
I wonder were there similar counter-culture trends in other cultures over the course of history?
Jul
4
reviewed Reviewed Was the secession of the Confederate states illegal?
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reviewed Leave Open Why did email use develop in tandem with the internet, rather than other technologies?
Jun
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reviewed Leave Open When did people first tried to limit weapons used in war?
Jun
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reviewed Reviewed Why were people from the Asian Steppes able to militarily dominate Europeans on a repeated basis?
Jun
30
comment Why did Hitler attack the Soviet Union when he was still busy fighting the United Kingdom?
+1 although the argument has long been deemed "invalid" because Nazi used it, and then even more "invalid" because some pseudo-historians used it, it has been shown by Mark Solonin that it is quite well supported by Soviet sources. There is no more question "if Stalin had offensive plans", the only question left is "1941 or 1942?"