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comment Where was the pre-war (ww2) border between Poland and Germany?
Right. Although in the Treaty of Versailles East Prussia is treated as distinct from Germany, in a geographical sense. So Germany's borders are defined in article 27, and East Prussia's in article 28. So I didn't bother quoting article 28.
Mar
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comment Is there a symbol associated with Loki from the Norse pantheon?
That Loki is mentioned in this poem does not make the rune a sign for Loki.
Feb
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comment Where was the pre-war (ww2) border between Poland and Germany?
Yup, but it was the border with Germany that was specifically asked for.
Feb
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comment Was the communication between Spitfire and other fighters' pilots encrypted?
Well, it was feasible, But you wouldn't have been able to have many frequencies or hop very fast, and you would easily lose sync and then hear nothing. It saw some limited use by Germany in WWI, however, all you need to do is to listen to all the frequencies, so it was not very useful as encryption.
Feb
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comment What did Germany do after World War II to recover so successfully that it became more prosperous than its WW2 victors?
My answer points out that the premise of the question is wrong, and that it therefore can't be answered. The Marshall Plan is therefore not relevant for this question. It would be relevant for a different question though, like for example "How did Germany rebuild so quickly".
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comment Was the communication between Spitfire and other fighters' pilots encrypted?
Yes, it's reasonable, but the question answers itself by pointing out that encryption of voice during WWII required a huge machine that could not be fitted in an airplane. I think the question can be rewritten to be a good question, but currently I don't think it is one.
Jan
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comment Was the communication between Spitfire and other fighters' pilots encrypted?
When you say "communication" you seem to mean only voice communication. And then you answer your own question.
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comment How did Germany rebuild so quickly after World War I?
@CGCampbell Thanks.
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