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Jun
12
reviewed Close Christian and Etruscan end of times
Jun
10
comment Europe as a political unit
I think you'll need to give us a bit more details on your definition of Europe. Would - for example - the EU fit your definition? Even though it includes areas that aren't geographically in Europe (e.g. Cyprus)?
Jun
10
revised Is it true that Plato travelled till Ganges river?
please don't use code blocks for anything that isn't code.
Jun
10
reviewed Leave Open What are the latest publications demolishing the Aryan invasion/migration theory?
Jun
10
reviewed Close Did the Christians plagiarize the holy war concept?
Jun
3
awarded  Custodian
Jun
3
reviewed Leave Open Was there really a labor shortage in the USA until 1970?
Jun
2
revised Mexicans in the US from the Mexican period
edited tags
Jun
2
revised The evolution of glove handness in falconry
edited tags
May
30
comment Were there Jewish Cossacks in the 17th century?
Editing out the explicit request for sources wasn't that hard @TylerDurden.
May
30
revised Were there Jewish Cossacks in the 17th century?
Removing explicit request for sources to satisfy Tyler Durden's pedantry.
May
29
comment Is there any consensus amongst historians or primary sources that oratory was Adolf Hitler's fundamental strength / “gift”?
Not an answer, and obvious propaganda, but interesting nonetheless: Goebbels apparently thought Hitler was a "rhetorical genius" (source: The Führer as a Speaker).
May
29
revised What is Poosball, an early 1900s women's team sport?
added 76 characters in body
May
29
answered What is Poosball, an early 1900s women's team sport?
May
29
comment Why was the Bay of Pigs invasion unsuccessful?
See: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bay_of_Pigs_Invasion#Later_analysis
May
24
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Could Hitler have won WW II if he were nicer to the Jews?
May
14
comment The riddle of Marco's Millions
[citation-needed]
May
14
comment The riddle of Marco's Millions
Does anyone other than the Croatian National Tourist Board supports the theory that Marco Polo was born and raised in Korcula?
May
14
comment Three rings (wreaths?) symbol in XIX century Russia
Nope, before Peter the Great, Russia was called "Muscovy" Ah, then I guess we should start removing references to the 200 year old Tsardom of Russia from history books...
May
7
reviewed Leave Open How did Nazi Germany finance itself during WW2?