Reputation
13,537
Next tag badge:
61/100 score
20/20 answers
Badges
1 29 86
Impact
~336k people reached

Jun
12
revised How did the Roman state verify citizenship?
added 60 characters in body
Jun
12
revised How did the Roman state verify citizenship?
added 60 characters in body
Jun
12
answered How did the Roman state verify citizenship?
Jun
12
comment How did the Roman state verify citizenship?
-1, obviously, for various reasons.
Jun
12
comment What was the role of Nikita Khrushchev during the battle of Stalingrad?
There was no KGB at the time. And he was never employed in NKVD either, this is ridiculous.
Jun
12
comment What was the role of Nikita Khrushchev during the battle of Stalingrad?
@Voitcus the movie is far from anything close to history in each and every detail. It seems like a Western propaganda mockery.
Jun
11
comment Why did Britain and France not declare war against the Soviet Union when it invaded Poland in WW2?
the article says about "support and assistance", not about "attack at once".
Jun
11
comment Why did Britain and France not declare war against the Soviet Union when it invaded Poland in WW2?
where is the provision that it had to attack "at once"? "all necessary assistance" does not mean "attack at once".
Jun
10
awarded  Necromancer
Jun
10
comment When did the practice of formally “declaring war” cease and why?
"to attack surprisingly," you can attack surprisingly and then declare war, as did Germany when invading the USSR.
Jun
5
revised Are there ways to measure “how much power did ”Russia“ lose when the Soviet Union broke up?”
deleted 139 characters in body
Jun
5
awarded  Enlightened
Jun
5
awarded  Nice Answer
Jun
4
revised Are there ways to measure “how much power did ”Russia“ lose when the Soviet Union broke up?”
deleted 99 characters in body
Jun
4
revised Are there ways to measure “how much power did ”Russia“ lose when the Soviet Union broke up?”
added 123 characters in body
Jun
2
comment Was there discrimination against Jewish people at the entrance exams to the most prestigious universities in the USSR?
@Roc Martí well the situation varied very much between the universities, indeed.
May
28
reviewed Approve How widespread was the practice of chaining slave rowers to the ships?
May
28
comment In ancient Rome, did a lot of people feel guilty about owning slaves?
colonate has nothing to do with clientism
May
28
comment Government started within another government
@DVK You mean Putland? Yes. There are lots of examples.
May
28
comment In ancient Rome, did a lot of people feel guilty about owning slaves?
@Felix Goldberg as I know the citizens were taxed much harder - it was a reason to make all people citizens under Severs.