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comment How historically accurate is 'India: A History' by John Keay?
Neither of the types of account you list are "history," the first once was, the second never has been.
Feb
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answered How historically accurate is 'India: A History' by John Keay?
Feb
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Feb
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revised Why was PTSD not written about as much before the 20th century?
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revised Medieval farmer's metal tools
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revised Why was PTSD not written about as much before the 20th century?
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answered Why was PTSD not written about as much before the 20th century?
Feb
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comment Today, how accurate and balanced is Paul Johnson's book *History of the Jews*?
Another old review, Alan Ryan "Letting them Live" London Review of Books, Vol. 10 No. 14, 4 August 1988, p5-6 as lrb.co.uk/v10/n14/alan-ryan/letting-them-live
Feb
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comment Was the hand of a princess ever given to the winner of a competition?
Does dynastic European statecraft count as "competition?"
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revised How long before an event gets into history?
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reviewed Leave Closed Plans to depose, disgrace, or assassinate Hitler
Feb
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reviewed Close How many Axis troops fought on D-Day?
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answered How long before an event gets into history?
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reviewed Approve Why did Europe not see Roman-era numbers of men participating in battles until the 17th century?
Jan
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comment Examples of censorship causing economic decline
Too broad: requests infinite list rather than a discrete answer. Poorly formed question as well.
Jan
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reviewed Leave Closed Why Nazism selected Hindu Symbol Swastika as their symbol?
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answered Why was the Halifax death penalty reserved for thefts of at least 13½ pence?
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answered Evidence that Khe Sanh was a diversion for the Tet Offensive or vice versa?
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comment How democratic was the ancient republic of Rome?
Probable migrate to politics.se. This seems to be more about political science definitions of "democracy" than about the actual social history of Roman governance, law, state, civil disorder, politics and social contest between classes.