• How many allied troop fought in the battle of Normandy?

    i was looking into it a little bit but the sources are ridiculously unreliable because the ammount of allied soldiers who stormed Normandy, was lower than the death toll. this is a physical impossibility. i understand the total number of casualties includes more than just the soldiers who stepped foot on the beach... show more
    i was looking into it a little bit but the sources are ridiculously unreliable because the ammount of allied soldiers who stormed Normandy, was lower than the death toll. this is a physical impossibility. i understand the total number of casualties includes more than just the soldiers who stepped foot on the beach during the invasion, but you'd thin they would make the mathematics at least possible... so, how many allied troops were there? (army, navy, airforce... everyone)
    8 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Why did Archduke Franz Ferdinand kill himself?

    Best answer: He was killed by British spy so they could start a war with Germany kill Millions of Irish Scottish and Welsh soilders nasty English.
    Best answer: He was killed by British spy so they could start a war with Germany kill Millions of Irish Scottish and Welsh soilders nasty English.
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Question about Bismarcks quote of WW1:?

    Before Bismarcks death in 1898, he is quoted saying "If there ever is another war in Europe, it will come out of some damned silly thing in the Balkans." How was he correct and how was he incorrect?
    Before Bismarcks death in 1898, he is quoted saying "If there ever is another war in Europe, it will come out of some damned silly thing in the Balkans." How was he correct and how was he incorrect?
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why were the Nazis so obsessed with creating perfect humans?

    And why did they have to be blonde hair and blue eyes?
    And why did they have to be blonde hair and blue eyes?
    13 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why is it that republicans today don't mention how they deviate from the old republican platform or how many members of KKK now are repub?

    Why is it that republicans today don't mention how they deviate from the old republican platform or how many members of KKK now are repub?

    Best answer: White supremacist groups clearly supported Trump. They have supported republicans since the 1060's. The Democratic party did not start the KKK, White conservatives from the south did. The KKK was not started by the Democrratic party. The KKK was formally and officially welcomed into the Republican Party in... show more
    Best answer: White supremacist groups clearly supported Trump. They have supported republicans since the 1060's. The Democratic party did not start the KKK, White conservatives from the south did.

    The KKK was not started by the Democrratic party.

    The KKK was formally and officially welcomed into the Republican Party in 1948. Anybody claiming that Republicans are not sapported by the KKK is lying…

    “The Democratic Party, in the first half of the 20th century, was home to two broad, competing constituencies: southern whites with abhorrent views on race, and white progressives and African Americans in the north, who sought to advance the cause of civil rights. The party struggled with this conflict for years, before ultimately siding with an inclusive, liberal agenda.

    “The result was a dramatic shift in both parties. After “Dixiecrats” began their exodus in 1948, and in the wake of LBJ signing the Civil Rights Act in 1964, the Republican Party welcomed segregationists who no longer felt comfortable in the Democratic Party. Indeed, in 1964, Republican presidential nominee Barry Goldwater boasted of his opposition to the Civil Rights Act, and made it part of his platform.

    “It was right around this time when figures like Jesse Helms and Strom Thurmond made the transition – leaving the progressive, diverse, tolerant Democratic Party for the conservative GOP.

    “In the years that followed, Democrats embraced their role as the party of inclusion, while Republicans became the party of the “Southern Strategy,” opposition to affirmative action, campaigns based on race-baiting, vote-caging, discriminatory voter-ID laws, and politicians like Helms, Thurmond, and others.”
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • What are some really good and believable conspiracy theories?

    They can be about anything. I’m interested.
    They can be about anything. I’m interested.
    12 answers · 6 days ago
  • Was dinosaurs alive when cave men were?

    38 answers · 7 days ago
  • Why hasn't the Amelia Earhart mystery been solved with irrefutable proof like a wrecked airplane or are you convinced it has been solved?

    Best answer: The Pacific is a big freaking place, 99% of it is covered with water, and in the 1930's they didn't have satellite tracking systems. All navigation was done either by way points or dead reckoning, you plotted a course and lit a shuck for the horizon. You make a 0.1 degree error in your course heading or get... show more
    Best answer: The Pacific is a big freaking place, 99% of it is covered with water, and in the 1930's they didn't have satellite tracking systems. All navigation was done either by way points or dead reckoning, you plotted a course and lit a shuck for the horizon. You make a 0.1 degree error in your course heading or get into any kind of cross wind and it would screw you up royally. You might also remember that not to long ago a modern jet airliner went down in the Gulf of Siam and we still to this day don't know what happened to it.
    6 answers · 2 days ago
  • When did Europeans learn the concept of zero?

    Best answer: Zero arrived in Europe after trading with the East during the Twelfth Century.
    Best answer: Zero arrived in Europe after trading with the East during the Twelfth Century.
    8 answers · 3 days ago
  • I noticed Adolf Hitler used to stand while giving speeches with his arms folded together in a unique way, what it "expressed" maybe?

    you know how most people, all I have seen besides Hitler, fold their arms together the same on both sides, folded in. but Hitler has his hand on the right side on top of his elbow on the left side...anyone noticed? I know Hitler studied his acting skills in front of a photographer and mirror, so what did this... show more
    you know how most people, all I have seen besides Hitler, fold their arms together the same on both sides, folded in. but Hitler has his hand on the right side on top of his elbow on the left side...anyone noticed? I know Hitler studied his acting skills in front of a photographer and mirror, so what did this "stance" "express" maybe? why?
    7 answers · 3 days ago
  • What are some modern misconceptions about the 1960s that a Millennial Social Justice Warrior type might have?

    I am writing a short story about time travel that features a modern Social Justice Warrior who was born in 1989 traveling back in time to different eras and being jarred by the difference between what was actually happening and what they have come to believe in modern times. I was going to start with the 1960s. ... show more
    I am writing a short story about time travel that features a modern Social Justice Warrior who was born in 1989 traveling back in time to different eras and being jarred by the difference between what was actually happening and what they have come to believe in modern times. I was going to start with the 1960s. What are some things modern SJWs get wrong about the 1960s?
    10 answers · 4 days ago