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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?"
Feb
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revised How long before an event gets into history?
added 212 characters in body
Feb
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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?
Feb
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answered How long before an event gets into history?
Jan
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reviewed Approve Why did Europe not see Roman-era numbers of men participating in battles until the 17th century?
Jan
26
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?
Jan
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answered Why was the Halifax death penalty reserved for thefts of at least 13½ pence?
Jan
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answered Evidence that Khe Sanh was a diversion for the Tet Offensive or vice versa?
Jan
16
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.
Jan
14
comment Was there a secret side-agreement between the USSR and Nazi Germany to summarily execute the Polish officer corp?
The second paragraph needs to be excised. It is a second very separate question, and one premised on conspiratorial reasoning. The first paragraph fundamentally confuses the difference between "summary" and "sentenced" executions.
Jan
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reviewed Leave Closed Why are dates and locations important in History?
Jan
12
answered What was the actual value of tea destroyed during the Boston Tea Party?
Jan
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revised Why were the 8th Route Army better at fighting the Japanese than the Nationalists were?
clearly indicate comparison is nationalists and 8th route versus Japanese, not 8th route versus Japanese and nationalists
Jan
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comment What is 'real socialism'?
The term is more commonly known as "actually existing socialism" in the circles I run with. Descriptive terms aren't individually invented and don't have "official" meanings.
Jan
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comment Why would Cavour ally with France instead of any enemy of Austria that wasn't looking to grab Nice and Savoy?
Could do with a sub-edit. Period into the body of the question. Who Cavour was.
Jan
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comment What are some other celebrated military failures, besides Gallipoli?
Sadly ANZAC day has always been celebrated, as part of state ideology. Commemoration seems to be a form of resistance and self-expression. Castigation has also been a response.
Jan
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Jan
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answered Did the Chinese Develop Steam Engines Prior to the 17th Century?