• Do you think that the Kent State shooting was justified rightly?

    4 died and 9 were injured.
    4 died and 9 were injured.
    32 answers · 1 day ago
  • Is it true that Hitler himself was part Jewish?

    Best answer: Historians generally dismiss the claim that Adolf Hitler was Jewish by blood due to lack of records and evidence. In addition, he was raised Roman-Catholic but he became disdainful of the religion over time. However, he never formally left the church nor was he excommunicated by the church
    Best answer: Historians generally dismiss the claim that Adolf Hitler was Jewish by blood due to lack of records and evidence. In addition, he was raised Roman-Catholic but he became disdainful of the religion over time. However, he never formally left the church nor was he excommunicated by the church
    16 answers · 2 days ago
  • What happened to Adolf Hitler?

    99 answers · 5 days ago
  • Did slave owners sleep with their slaves?

    157 answers · 6 days ago
  • Why was Winston Churchill so willing to align with Stalin during WW2 ?

    Despite being a staunch anti communist he put aside his principles and was open to assist Stalins Red Army against Germany and didn’t treat them as moral equivalents. Looking at it in hindsight was it a mistake ?
    Despite being a staunch anti communist he put aside his principles and was open to assist Stalins Red Army against Germany and didn’t treat them as moral equivalents. Looking at it in hindsight was it a mistake ?
    14 answers · 1 day ago
  • Where did all the black people in England come from?

    Best answer: I think Primarily from the Caribbean region,especially Jamaica.Some Afro-British are from directly from Africa,especially West Africa.There are also Black people in Britain from other parts of the world.
    Best answer: I think Primarily from the Caribbean region,especially Jamaica.Some Afro-British are from directly from Africa,especially West Africa.There are also Black people in Britain from other parts of the world.
    10 answers · 8 hours ago
  • How did Christianity first spread and become popular all over the Roman world?

    Best answer: Christianity did indeed spread slowly throughout the Roman world and Europe. it started, as you note, as a Middle Eastern religion. It had certainly spread to almost all of Europe by the time that printing became a method of communication. But printing enabled the rapid spread of Protestantism in its various forms.... show more
    Best answer: Christianity did indeed spread slowly throughout the Roman world and Europe. it started, as you note, as a Middle Eastern religion. It had certainly spread to almost all of Europe by the time that printing became a method of communication. But printing enabled the rapid spread of Protestantism in its various forms. Previously the version of Christianity in western and central Europe had been solely Roman Catholicism.

    A religion which spread much faster was Islam. Within about 200 years of its beginning it was all across Arabia, and the Middle East, and all across North Africa, and most of Spain. Not much later it was well-established in many parts of Asia, especially south-east Asia, and in parts of sub-Saharan Africa.
    26 answers · 5 days ago
  • What ever happened to this South-Vietnamese "Napalm-girl" depicted here in this 1972 Photo?

    What ever happened to this South-Vietnamese "Napalm-girl" depicted here in this 1972 Photo?

    Best answer: Her name is Phan Thi Kim Phuc. She was used as a propaganda piece by the Communist Vietnamese government. As an adult she studied medicine, first in Vietnam and then in Cuba, where she met her future husband, another Vietnamese student. The two were scheduled to honeymoon in Russia but when the plane had a... show more
    Best answer: Her name is Phan Thi Kim Phuc. She was used as a propaganda piece by the Communist Vietnamese government. As an adult she studied medicine, first in Vietnam and then in Cuba, where she met her future husband, another Vietnamese student. The two were scheduled to honeymoon in Russia but when the plane had a layover in Gander Newfoundland they took the opportunity to defect and seek political asylum, which they got. She currently lives outside Toronto and has two children. She also runs a non profit which tries to get medical care for child victims of war.
    9 answers · 3 days ago
  • Christopher Columbus led an Invasion or Discovery?

    Invasions include starvation, manipulation & concentration camps; their still in progress today. The blacks in America are Indians & they do not know this because they were forced to call themselves " Black ".
    Invasions include starvation, manipulation & concentration camps; their still in progress today. The blacks in America are Indians & they do not know this because they were forced to call themselves " Black ".
    11 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why is there still such hatred towards the Jews? And why historically have they been persecuted more than any other race?

    Best answer: 1. Jews have been around for at least 3200 years. They were rebelling against Greek and Roman hegemony, and simply have had hundreds of years to be the "other". 2. Jews were accused of Deicide, the killing of God (and still are by some Christian sects) for two millenium. They are also accused in the... show more
    Best answer: 1. Jews have been around for at least 3200 years. They were rebelling against Greek and Roman hegemony, and simply have had hundreds of years to be the "other".
    2. Jews were accused of Deicide, the killing of God (and still are by some Christian sects) for two millenium. They are also accused in the Quran for being enemies of the Prophet Mohammed. They are a minority religion which does not seek converts and has spent a large part of two millenium being despised by two gigantic and competing faiths which they live in.
    3. One theory is that Jews, like Chinese who are successful and despised in similar diaspora settings, have made it -- and been resented as -- middleman minorities. Jews have been restricted to roles as traders, tax collectors, shopkeepers, etc -- because they could not own land in many Christian and Muslim nations -- see article https://www.hoover.org/research/anti-sem...
    4. Jews have not had a homeland of their own since AD 69 (the fall of Judea and Jerusalem) and simply could not go back to any land where they would not be a peoples who lived at the sufferance of others.
    5. Jews have maintained distinct languages, cultures, alphabets, cuisines, socializations, and of course religious practices, and as the chief "other" generate hate. Nationalism means you like people who are like yourself.
    40 answers · 6 days ago
  • How did Noam Chomsky get to be so smart?

    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Where there any vikeings in Scotland?

    10 answers · 1 day ago