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reviewed Approve north-america tag wiki excerpt
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reviewed Edit Why did former Yugoslav republics dispute the legal successor of Yugoslavia?
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revised Why did former Yugoslav republics dispute the legal successor of Yugoslavia?
Serbia was a part of FRY. I've put Croatia for consistency.
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comment What devices used computer-like programs in industrial era?
Well, Ada happens to be my favorite language, so I've had occasion to read up a lot on its namesake. She had a lot more to do with Babbage's work than she's usually given credit for.
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answered What devices used computer-like programs in industrial era?
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comment Why did Hitler attack the Soviet Union when he was still busy fighting the United Kingdom?
@HermannIngjaldsson - Agree with you here. He compares with Dunkirk, but that was an action that used massive amounts of small craft. A better comparison for the Luftwaffe's capability against proper naval vessels would be the actions around Crete
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comment Why, in the US, is Japanese brutality ignored compared with the Nazi brutality in WW2?
Was going to strongly disagree, but after typing a bit, I do see your difference: The Nazis were a lot more systematic about it. I'm still not sure this point is argued well here. The Japanese certianly didn't treat their POWs any better than the Germans did, and they had the same "collaboration" opportunities with at least the Chinese, Filipino, and UK "Indian" troops.
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comment Pigs in ancient Israel
@Histophile - Wouldn't mind to, but it isn't really on topic for my answer, and wouldn't fit in a comment.
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comment Did Germany lose World War II when/because “kill ratios” started moving “against” her?
* - The one big exception I can think of is the Battle of Stalingrad. However, you could argue that this was almost more of a siege than a battle of attrition.