Which side was more brutal during the 30 year war?
Catholics have a history of being brutal.
There's nothing Christ-like about the dark Papacy and its satanic inquisitions, crusades and torture.
Would WWII have ended differently if the Germans started using this in late '43?
Bombing American cities isn't going to stop the Soviets or Anglos from taking your airfields on the ground, and any other number of cheaper designs would work fine if you were operating close to home. Germany would be better off sticking with conventional designs so P-38s don't start hitting your airfields, which is pretty much what they decided on in real life anyway.
How about if these started showing up in late '43?
Which were the most sexually deviant civilizations/cultures /hist/ ?
Minoan women wore clothes that let their breasts uncovered and I know the Massagetae shared their wives with each other.
>Minoan women wore clothes that let their breasts uncovered and I know the Massagetae shared their wives with each other.
How is any of this deviant? Pre-agricultural societies do this, so it's probably the "normal" state of affairs. Deviants are things like Afghans who only fuck boys
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Slavs like to think that they are direct descendants of Scythians, Sarmatians, Khazars or any other nomadic people of former Northern Persia.
...well, are they?
Why didn't Spanish, French, or Portuguese become global languages like English?
name historic people how went from a low social status to a high one by being awesome at military stuff (pic unrelated)
It just seems like he is though with all the property stuff and egoism.
Not really, given that he wasn't a capitalist; he believed that property rights didn't exist and that the only "legitimate" authority was force, not an inherent ownership of property. Individualist anarchism definitely influenced anarcho-capitalism though.
If Jesus was born a virgin birth, doesn't that mean he only had an X chromosome which would make him a female?
Is there any reason for why Japanese screens always portray people as if they're losing their shit?
Japanese art uses a lot of exaggeration. Especially when it comes to expression. They use a lot of extremes and it can be seen in a bit of their culture as well.
One lesson to learn is the inherent difference between how we view balance in the west and how they view balance. To us when you have two extremes, finding balance means meeting in the middle to find harmony. While in Japanese culture it's about representing both extremes at the same time and they will find balance in juxtaposition.
Because of this you find a seemingly strange and almost contradictory...
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Was he really that bad of a president, and was what he did that heinous?
Seems to me that both Dubya and Obama have done far worse
Opened up reactions with china, which is a big fucking deal. He was a strong president but his paranoia was too much for him.
Nixon was the last Republican president to care for the average joe. He founded the EPA and brought in work safety standards. The only reason he was vilified was that he kept the Vietnam War going till he got the ceasefire South Nam wanted and the new press needed a scapegoat to justify their existence.
Why did Yugoslavia Join the Allies in WW2 when its landmass was surrounded by Axis Loyalists Like Romania and Italy?
Yugoslavia originally signed the Tripartite treaty allying herself with the Axis powers in March 25, 1941.
Eternal Anglo instigated a coup, and the government was overthrown by Pro-Western factions in the military on March 27, 1941.
Why didn't the US nuke the Soviet Union before they got nukes themselves?
Because the US did not yet have the capacity to manufacture nukes at a fast enough rate to obliterate the Soviet Union; most wargames of 'Operation Unthinkable' play out with a Soviet victory/stalemate even after several atomic bombs have been dropped.
Furthermore, the US - the west in general - was incredibly war-weary. Truman would have been committing electoral suicide if he started another war.
How did Italy rebuild friendly relationships with nations that were her enemies after ww2?
Germany (became an enemy after the Armistice)