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reviewed Reviewed How was Napoleon considered as a ruler?
Dec
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revised Why did Alexander the Great succeed in overthrowing the Persian Empire?
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Dec
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reviewed Close In the History Channel series the Vikings, who is Ragnar?
Dec
17
reviewed Reviewed Was the custom of covering Kaaba in black cloth adopted during the Fatimid era?
Dec
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revised How did people acquire things in the pre-Roman Celtic world?
edited for clarity
Dec
17
reviewed Reviewed What went on during multi-year sieges?
Dec
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reviewed Reviewed Is the 1918 flu pandemic responsible for the majority of Iranian casualties during the first world war?
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comment Is the 1918 flu pandemic responsible for the majority of Iranian casualties during the first world war?
No one really knows where it started. Theories range from Kansas to France to China. No one can be considered responsible for it either.
Dec
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reviewed Approve Is the 1918 flu pandemic responsible for the majority of Iranian casualties during the first world war?
Dec
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reviewed Close Is it true that all revolutions/uprising could only be “resolved” with the backing of an armed force?
Dec
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reviewed Close Iranian casualties during the first world war (1917-1919)?
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awarded  Pundit
Dec
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comment When was the African National Congress added to the US terror list?
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.
Dec
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reviewed Close Did James Monroe and James Madison ever disagree?
Dec
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reviewed Leave Open Switzerland's political isolation after World War II
Dec
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comment What impact did the Seven Years War have on the American Revolution?
This is gonna be one long answer. A big part of it was that the Seven years war drained a good part of England's treasury, which led the English to increase taxes to pay for new wars, which was the straw that broke the camel's back. The American colonies declared independence and the rest is history.
Nov
30
comment Rommel's letter to his wife from November 16, 1942
@SamuelRussell No, that's referring to questions like "what are some good books on WW1?". This question is fine as is.
Nov
30
comment Why did Britain object to the Ottomans bringing its ships-of-the-line against Russia in the beginning of the Crimean War?
@FelixGoldberg Well, just barging into a war with no good reason besides spoils isn't good for foreign PR.
Nov
30
comment Why did Britain object to the Ottomans bringing its ships-of-the-line against Russia in the beginning of the Crimean War?
This isn't a complete answer, but Britain wanted an excuse to enter the war.
Nov
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reviewed Leave Open Origins of Baptist colonists