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12
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awarded  Popular Question
Mar
12
revised What did the paper money of the Ilkhanate look like?
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Mar
12
asked What did the paper money of the Ilkhanate look like?
Mar
7
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
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awarded  Popular Question
Feb
23
awarded  Nice Question
Feb
19
comment Is there a way to determine where specific Quartermaster Depot companies were based in WWII?
Would it be better to ask simply where X quartermaster depot was located during the war?
Feb
13
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
11
comment Why did the USSR preserve the national republics?
@kubanczyk, thanks for following up -- sarcasm and the like doesn't work well in text.
Feb
11
comment Why did the USSR preserve the national republics?
-1 "no country was officially invaded by Red/Soviet Army" Seriously?
Feb
6
awarded  Custodian
Feb
6
reviewed Reopen How many Axis troops fought on D-Day?
Feb
6
reviewed Leave Open Historical Examples of Child Exchange between cultures or nations
Feb
6
reviewed Reject What were Hispanic people called in the US in the 1800s?
Feb
6
reviewed Reject What were Hispanic people called in the US in the 1800s?
Jan
21
comment Did Native Americans sabotage telegraph lines running through their territory?
@jamesqf, for my particular purposes, the reason they might have pulled down the lines isn't important.
Jan
20
awarded  Good Answer
Jan
19
comment When did worshiping of ancient Greek gods come to an end?
@Piper, the debate in the comments could be dealt with by providing sources. Do you have any source for your assertion that the ancient Greek religion was continuously practiced from ancient times to the modern day?
Jan
19
comment When did worshiping of ancient Greek gods come to an end?
@XZVR, that's an interesting position. I think you'll find that many people do not consider an unknowing reference to the name of a pagan god the same thing as worshipping a pagan god.