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The Russian Defence Ministry published some declassified documents relating to the start of war on the Eastern front • r/history
The Russian Defence Ministry published some declassified documents relating to the start of war on the Eastern front • r/history
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Today is the Remembrance and Sorrow day and the day on which the Great Patriotic War (part of WW2 that took place on the Eastern front)... [ ]
Have today's globally-used gestures (such as nodding to say yes, clapping to indicate approval, kissing, hugging) always been shared across cultures in history, despite lack of contact with each other? • r/history
Have today's globally-used gestures (such as nodding to say yes, clapping to indicate approval, kissing, hugging) always been shared across cultures in history, despite lack of contact with each other? • r/history
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I have read about there having been variations of "hand shakes" to salute across history, but I've always wondered about other common gestures... [ ]
The Western Roman Empire is glorified for many things especially for its military structure while the Byzantine Empire managed to survive for at least 1000 years more after the fall of Rome and does not get that much recognition. Why is this the case and
The Western Roman Empire is glorified for many things especially for its military structure while the Byzantine Empire managed to survive for at least 1000 years more after the fall of Rome and does not get that much recognition. Why is this the case and
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So one of the things that the Western Roman Empire gets a lot of fame for (among the many other things because many other powers throughout... [ ]
What was the purpose of the propellor on the front of Messerschmitt's Me-163 Komet from WWII? • r/history
What was the purpose of the propellor on the front of Messerschmitt's Me-163 Komet from WWII? • r/history
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I was looking at old pictures of the Me-163 Komet and I noticed that it had a really small propeller on the nose of the plane. Anyone know the... [ ]
Did the French ever felt betrayed by the United States when the United States didn't honor the treaties signed during American Revolution ? • r/history
Did the French ever felt betrayed by the United States when the United States didn't honor the treaties signed during American Revolution ? • r/history
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US preferred to continue trade with the Great Britain and proclaimed neutrality when the french republic declared war on Great Britain.Given that... [ ]
How actually valuable lend-lease was to Soviet Union during WW2? What percentage of their total ammunition and supplies were US based? • r/history
How actually valuable lend-lease was to Soviet Union during WW2? What percentage of their total ammunition and supplies were US based? • r/history
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So, I've stumbled across this question while reading a bunch of arguments pro-US and pro-USSR stances describing that US had a huge impact on the... [ ]