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May
3
reviewed Leave Open Did Roman troops suffer from PTSD?
May
3
reviewed Leave Open Where is the Hindu law/instruction of Cremation?
May
3
reviewed Looks OK Why were there no Internment camps for German-American Citizens in USA during WW2?
May
2
comment Was there ever any doubt which side the USA would join?
True. Neither belligerent started the WWII "fully prepared", with exception of France and Japan.
Apr
25
comment What motivated Germanic tribes to accept Christianity?
"I can understand why certain classes in Roman society adopted Christianity"... Can you? The more I think about it, the more I see that there is some characteristic of the polytheism that I'm unable to grasp. I cannot put myself into position of the ordinary men so rapidly, consistently and persistently converting to a monotheistic religion previously alien to them. But the same scenario just repeats over and over through the history; why do you think the reasons were different?
Mar
28
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Mar
5
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Feb
1
revised What is known about early history of Judaism?
edited body
Dec
3
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Nov
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Oct
5
comment What strategic value did Christianity hold for Constantine that made him convert to Christianity?
-1, pure determinism.
Sep
30
comment No speed limit on German highways - why?
This is off-topic.
Sep
30
comment No speed limit on German highways - why?
Historically, all over the world the limits were set to limit deaths in road accidents. Your extraordinary claims would need to be backed up by extraordinary historical sources.
Sep
24
comment How many lives were saved by the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombs?
There's something to it, too bad there are no sources for the information regarding Japanese Supreme Council.
Aug
13
revised Japanese prostitution in 1940s
spelling errors
Aug
8
comment What was the role of the Soviet Navy during WWII?
Amen to this! Cf. Mark Solonin "25th June"
Aug
6
comment How did Germany produce such an impressive portfolio of officers for WW2?
@SchwitJanwityanujit Re: search. While zhukov is not a popular noun in any language, rommel is. It means simply "trash" or "mess" in Dutch.
Aug
2
comment Why and how were east Brandenburg, Pomerania and Silesia taken away from Germany after WW2?
Related question: history.stackexchange.com/q/618/386
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Jul
25
revised Have Germany and Poland ever signed a peace treaty after WWII?
clarification - Anixx meant Germany surrender