Did “the 99%” feel Rome declining?
Did the Byzantines ever bring back something “ancient” (battle tactics, weapons, architecture, art, etc.) in the medieval era?
Why did the Americans romanticise the IRA so much?
Was Plato aware of Buddha?
The Nazis deliberately allowed diseases to spread amongst concentration camp inmates, did this policy ever backfire and lead to large numbers of sick guards?
Why did Hitler only get 5 years in prison (9 months served) for trying to overthrow the Government?
Why was pizza the first to jump into the delivery market?
How did the term “goth” go from meaning a Germanic tribe, to a person who wears black and is into the macabre?
What did a Roman parking lot look like?
What was Adolf Hitler’s supposed “charisma”?
How did Monaco survive, while so many other tiny Italian states didn’t?
Why weren’t deaths higher in WWI?
Why was Andorra never permanently incorporated into either France or Spain?
When the Dutch created massive new land like the Flevoland polder, how were plots of land assigned?
What did a Lawyer’s career look like in the Soviet Union?
Why was Bohemia able to retain it’s Slavic heritage after being absorbed by the Holy Roman Empire, but the Slavic areas to the north of it were Germanized?
Why did the Ottoman empire decline technologically against Europe even if it did not enter isolationism like China or Japan?
How far back in English history would you be able to go to still be able to understand what people are saying?
Why was one of Nazi Germany’s best tank commander, Erwin Rommel, sent to Africa instead of being sent to lead in Barbarossa?
Was John Ivan Demjanjuk – Ivan The Terrible?
Why were there no Hitler statues in Nazi Germany?
How did Germany de-radicalize its people after the fall of the Nazi party?
Was Hitler democratically elected?
Did the Greeks really believe that their gods lived on Olympus?
Did Hitler ever visit concentration camps?
How did the mispronunciation of Caesar begin?
The Nazis attacked and occupied France, but only 10% of the population supported the French resistance. How could freedom fighters trying to liberate their own country be so wildly unpopular?
It is 1943, I am a high school teacher in Paris, France. We have been under German occupation for 2 years now. How has my teaching curriculum changed under Nazi rule?
It is often said here that the Red Army of 1941 was not the same army as that of 1942. What contrasted these armies?
Who were the slaves in medieval England?
Was there much contact between the Crusader states and the Mongol empire?
What was going on in ancient Europe outside of the Roman Empire? Where there no large realms or big cities?
Why did the 1600s size of the Dutch merchant fleet exceed the combined fleets of England, France, Spain, Portugal, and Germany?
Why is Poland, despite having been under socialist rule, a very catholic nation today, but East Germany, also ruled by socialists, is very atheistic?
Did Vikings use hammers in war?
Did the Roman Empire have a flag?
For a country that had a huge Empire and access to all kinds of seasonings and spices, why is traditional British food so bland?
What did Hitler do his first week in power?
How did banks work in the Soviet Union?
Neo-Nazis are often heavily tattooed. But what did Hitler and the Nazis think of tattoos?
What happened to all the little Kings when all their little Germanies became the German Empire?
Why does the term anti-Semite only apply to anti-Jewish people, when Arabs are also Semites?
How did Medieval armies tell which side a soldier was on?
Why did Hitler not invade Switzerland?
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