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Feb
11
revised Why did the USSR preserve the national republics?
explain what it has to do with the republic
Feb
11
comment Why did the USSR preserve the national republics?
@Joe In case of Poland, de facto invasion was said to be liberation of the working people of "Western Belorussia" and "Western Ukraine" oppressed by capitalists :) When "re-liberating" these territories in 1944, USSR brought a separate government, albeit this time of Polish ethnicity. The very first Polish city that became available (Chełm) was made a national capital immediately, and Soviet Army could "support" it. Even in other case of a very hurried 1945 invasion of Manchuria, national governments were still beneficients (PRC and North Korea).
Feb
10
answered Why did the USSR preserve the national republics?
Feb
10
reviewed Leave Open Why are cave paintings so few and rare?
Feb
10
reviewed Leave Open English society in the early 19th century: Was aristocracy including royal members?
Feb
10
revised Is this accusation in the Declaration of Independence factual?
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Jan
31
awarded  Popular Question
Dec
3
awarded  Yearling
Dec
2
comment Why did the US pay money to the losers, at the end of both barbary wars?
The same question can be asked about Mexican-American War of 1845 (15 million).
Nov
21
answered State of temporary recklessness of ancient Greeks
Nov
13
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
19
reviewed Reviewed What was the social and cultural role of a “country squire” in Victorian/Edwardian England?
Aug
19
reviewed Leave Open What was the social and cultural role of a “country squire” in Victorian/Edwardian England?
Aug
19
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?