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May
8
awarded  Nice Answer
May
2
revised Were there reasons for Japan to go to war with US aside from US owning Philippines?
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May
2
revised Have historians envisioned how World II would have developed without Churchill as Prime Minister of Britain?
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Apr
30
comment What were acceptance criteria/process to the Vienna Fine Arts Academy in 1906-7?
@TomAu Heh, you can't know what the other person would have done if they weren't admitted. They might have been a lot worse than Hitler (hard to imagine, but you never know).
Apr
26
comment Alexander's seizure of “Brahmin” towns
@T.E.D. The reputation earned from acceptance isn't affected by the CW status, it always goes to the original poster. Same with bounties, the only problem (reputation wise) is with upvotes.
Apr
26
comment Did Hitler not intend a major war while invading Poland?
Hitler's long term intentions are still heavily debated. Lots of opinions, but nothing conclusive I'm afraid.
Apr
26
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Apr
26
revised Did Heisenberg undermine the German atomic bomb by deliberately hiding his expertise from the Nazis?
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Apr
23
comment general philosophical question about history
Then... rewrite the question to make it re-open worthy @DVK, and then post a better answer.
Apr
22
awarded  Enlightened
Apr
22
awarded  Nice Answer
Apr
22
comment general philosophical question about history
Your answer deserves a better question. Since the question was closed, I think you should go ahead and edit it to make it fit your answer in every aspect (subject, tone, grammar, even formatting - the obnoxious bolding doesn't help).
Apr
22
revised Is there any research explicitly contradicting facts in Suvorov's “Icebreaker” book series claiming that Stalin intended to attack Hitler in 1941?
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Apr
22
revised What would be a typical rank for KGB intelligence offices spying abroad in the 1980s?
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Apr
21
comment Are these images from Iran-Iraq war authentic?
The plane in the first photo is a Northrop F-5 and the ones in the second are Dassault Mirage F1s.
Apr
21
revised Did the Nazis regard chemical warfare as inhumane and “Jewish”?
how did everyone (including myself) missed that???
Apr
21
comment Did the Austrians win a “great victory” at Belgrade in 1738?
This might be helpful: en.wikisource.org/wiki/Taaffe,_Nicholas_(DNB00)
Apr
21
comment Effect of natural environment on the development of cultures
Hi. I've noticed you've also posted this on RPG.SE. You didn't really have to re-post it here, we can move questions between sites automatically. Next time, just flag the question for moderation attention and ask the moderators to migrate it to the more suitable site. It'll save you some time, and any answers and upvotes you got on the first site will follow the question (but not the downvotes, those are automatically removed when a question is moved ;).
Apr
20
comment What would be a typical rank for KGB intelligence offices spying abroad in the 1980s?
Hm, I haven't read that, but... Suvorov wasn't a KGB agent. Spetsnaz != KGB.
Apr
20
revised What would be a typical rank for KGB intelligence offices spying abroad in the 1980s?
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