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May
7
comment What were the Nazi racial views on Hungarians and the Japanese?
@T.E.D. Yes, he rather liked the English as Germanic people (I pointed out that he favored Germanism). Yet German propaganda supported Arab movements against English. I do not know how much this reflected Hitler's personal views.
May
7
answered How did the First French Empire and allies differ from the other European monarchies at that time?
May
6
comment What aspects of Soviet life were not controlled by Stalin?
Do you consider a street patroled by law enforcement to be under control of Stalinism?
May
6
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May
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May
3
comment What was the role of the Soviet Navy during WWII?
@jwenting source?
May
3
comment What was the role of the Soviet Navy during WWII?
@Barry the Black Sea figure of 508 includes transports.
May
2
comment What aspects of Soviet life were not controlled by Stalin?
Are you seeking to learn about some kind of opposition to Stalin and Communist ideology?
May
2
comment Why did the USSR give Crimea to Ukraine?
@jwenting what fraction of the Crimea's population were Tatars before the war?
May
2
comment Why did the USSR give Crimea to Ukraine?
How the deportation of the Tatars affected it being an economic disaster zone?
May
2
comment Why did the Germans fall behind the Americans in the development of the atomic bomb after an initial lead?
do you mean heavy water rather than hard water?
May
1
comment Why were people from the Asian Steppes able to militarily dominate Europeans on a repeated basis?
I highly doubt that there was a period when Germanic peoples lived in Asia. The proto-Germanic Urheimat was in Scandinavia and modern-day Denmark. upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/d0/…
May
1
comment Is there any evidence that the Catholic Church slowed innovation during the Middle Ages?
@ihtkwot of course it was not a Church's innovation. The Church itself originates as a corporation under Empire's corporate law.
Apr
26
comment Why did Germany attack Neutral Belgium in the first world war?
Such request is called "ultimatum".
Apr
26
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Apr
26
comment Did Heisenberg undermine the German atomic bomb by deliberately hiding his expertise from the Nazis?
What do you mean that he wanted to be ethical? The fact that he did not order to torture Bohr does not mean he was ethical. The reasons may be that he felt Bohr as a friend or guru, because torturing Bohr would make international resonance, because he was unsure that Bohr had the needed info, because he did not want gestapo to intervene and so on. Heisenberg definitely wanted a nuclear bomb, was it ethical or not. -1
Apr
25
answered The practice of translating foreign monarch's or noble's name
Apr
25
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Apr
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Apr
23
comment Has there ever been an attempted military takeover of a democracy in the western world?
@RI Swamp Yankee because you were told so in school? It was quite classic dictatorship in the style of Italy/Spain/Hungary/Germany(before Hindenburg's death)