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revised How did Greece go from a country of intellectuals to failure?
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answered How did Greece go from a country of intellectuals to failure?
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comment Why was Lithuania not colonized by Soviet Union?
Okay but saying Russians would not want to settle there being a major problem is also wrong. Russians simply did not choose where to settle. They settled where the government decided to build plants, factories and place military units.
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comment Why was Lithuania not colonized by Soviet Union?
maybe only in regards of navy but it for instace had the only nuclear plant in the region.
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comment Why was Lithuania not colonized by Soviet Union?
Okay, but most who migrated there were associated with industly, power production and navy rather than seeking a place for plasant life.
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comment Why was Lithuania not colonized by Soviet Union?
As it has been already mentioned in other answers, most of Russians moved to the Baltic republics after the resistence was already over, that is mostly after 1970.
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comment Why was Lithuania not colonized by Soviet Union?
In the USSR it was quite established that Lithuania was less anti-Russian than Latvia and Estonia, so -1
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comment Why was Lithuania not colonized by Soviet Union?
@Felix Goldberg I think in the USSR it was quite established that Lithuania was less anti-Russian than Latvia and Estonia, I do not know, why. My mother when on a vacation in Latvia with her friends (somewhere in 1970s I think) was assaulted by neo-nazis in a cafe, who cried "Heil Hitler!" and pursued them up to the hotel room, where they barricaded the door.
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comment How did ethnic Turkish people embrace Islam?
@SigueSigueBen and in sanskrit it meant a buddhist monk.
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answered What did the Soviets know about the Hunger Plan during WWII?
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comment Why did Stalin keep the famine of 1932 a secret?
You may be interested in this hypothesis: history.stackexchange.com/a/5658/466
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comment Why did Stalin keep the famine of 1932 a secret?
That the famine was "intentionally orchestrated" is not a scientific point of view. It is not considered by any professional historian. Hundres of letters between Stalin and Kosior and others show that the famine was a surprise and the cause was not known (because the harvest was good). Stalin questioned the subordinates.
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comment Why did Stalin keep the famine of 1932 a secret?
@Bregalad if he wanted to kill Ukrainians, then why he demanded to take measures to combat hunger from Kosior and others in the letters?
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comment What was the ratio of German to Soviet losses on eastern front during different stages of the war?
-1, 26 million figure includes civilians.
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answered What was the ratio of German to Soviet losses on eastern front during different stages of the war?
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comment Which country traces its roots back to the oldest civilization?
Where are the Hittites and other Anatolians?