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I love Jesus, classical music, history, and Italian food, in that order. I also enjoy studying math.

I've been playing music for about five years now and I am proficient on the cornet and the recorder. I also play a little piano on the side.

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May
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comment How were middle ranking Nazis known to the allies before the end of the war?
For example, Ultra
May
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reviewed Leave Open When and how did the British Monarchy stop claiming Divine Right
May
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reviewed Leave Open Was it Bismarck who said: “He who is master of Bohemia is master of Europe”?
May
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reviewed Reviewed Are these remarks by Napoleon on Jesus genuine?
May
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reviewed Reviewed Was Christianity the first belief system which encouraged the ideal of peace among all people on Earth?
May
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reviewed Close Gap between poor and rich in the Roman Empire
May
13
reviewed Reject suggested edit on How effective were longbow archers against plate-armored infantry?
May
13
reviewed Reviewed What does the prefix in dates mean?
May
12
reviewed Approve suggested edit on What are the highest and biggest half-timbered buildings built during medieval era?
May
10
comment When was King Alfred first called 'Alfred the Great'?
While this does partially answer the question, History.SE is not here to quote Wikipedia.
May
9
revised Why is the Spanish-American War not called the Spanish-Cuban-American War?
grammar
May
8
reviewed Close Unemployed people in ancient Rome
May
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reviewed Leave Open Has the strength of the historical-archaeological method ever been tested experimentally?
May
2
comment Did Heisenberg undermine the German atomic bomb by deliberately hiding his expertise from the Nazis?
Welcome to History.SE! To keep a high level of excellence here, could you point to some reliable sources that support this answer? Thanks!
May
2
reviewed Looks OK Why were there no Internment camps for German-American Citizens in USA during WW2?
Apr
30
reviewed Approve suggested edit on In Viking combat, how much damage was done using the shield?
Apr
25
comment What currently existing IT companies collaborated with Nazi Germany or Fascist Italy?
Welcome to History Stack Exchange! Whilst this may theoretically answer the question, it would be preferable to include the essential parts of the answer here, and provide the link for reference.
Apr
21
comment In Civil War Reenactments why do people walk across the battlefield
@CSharper Accuracy in firearms and speed of reloading. The faster an infantryman can reload and fire, the less necessary ranks become. During the Civil War there was also a lot of "shoot and hope you hit". Many soldiers were under-trained and keeping them in ranks helped maintain order and cohesion.
Apr
21
comment In Civil War Reenactments why do people walk across the battlefield
If they ran, the ranks would get broken and the results would be disastrous.
Apr
21
reviewed Close Which one is ancient Hinduisam or Dravidiasm