• Where do most Christian populations live today? (why many might think in the USA much more than Europe?)?

    specifically the south eastern part of the usa..."the South'? if so, why this area is the last 'hangers on' to this once very popular religion in Europe? why Europeans are not Christian much anymore? (seems most people in England or Germany or wherever else I have been in Europe just don't... show more
    specifically the south eastern part of the usa..."the South'? if so, why this area is the last 'hangers on' to this once very popular religion in Europe? why Europeans are not Christian much anymore? (seems most people in England or Germany or wherever else I have been in Europe just don't give any thoughts about it and just treat it like it is a myth? how was different before WW2 maybe? in places like Germany, France,England , etc?
    6 answers · 8 hours ago
  • How would you sum up Hitler in 3 words?

    73 answers · 4 days ago
  • How close was Germany to winning WW2?

    I always read stories and watch documentaries on how Hitler was close to winning the war but my question is, Where did he Fail? Or better, Where did the Germans Fail?
    I always read stories and watch documentaries on how Hitler was close to winning the war but my question is, Where did he Fail? Or better, Where did the Germans Fail?
    69 answers · 5 days ago
  • Why people wanted more wars after WW2 ended?

    For example vietnam war or cold war... Wasn't ww2 enough?
    For example vietnam war or cold war... Wasn't ww2 enough?
    23 answers · 3 days ago
  • How to form group of patriots to fight antifa and others using phalanx formation.?

    I want to find about 100+ volunteers who love this country of the US and are willing to coordinate efforts to armor everybody with hoplite shield and 5 ft spear with no blade. We will train to use the phalanx since it can be utilized in the streets where our flanks can be secured by buildings in each side. We will... show more
    I want to find about 100+ volunteers who love this country of the US and are willing to coordinate efforts to armor everybody with hoplite shield and 5 ft spear with no blade. We will train to use the phalanx since it can be utilized in the streets where our flanks can be secured by buildings in each side. We will form a wall and jab our sticks at people that get too close this trapping them in place where the riot police can close them in from the other side utilizing the hammer and anvil technique. Where should I go to find volunteers in Berkeley CA area. ☆ Sent from iOS Dr. Know! 1.1.04
    7 answers · 1 day ago
  • Can someone explain why guns are allowed in america?

    Best answer: The right seems to have been set in stone in the US constitution, the Right to Bear arms unfortunately without putting limits on what arms can be bourn. No politician has the guts to protest the limits or even set them. The initial object was to protect the US from a second British invasion by allowing the citizens... show more
    Best answer: The right seems to have been set in stone in the US constitution, the Right to Bear arms unfortunately without putting limits on what arms can be bourn. No politician has the guts to protest the limits or even set them. The initial object was to protect the US from a second British invasion by allowing the citizens to arm themselves and have a strong militia some how that provision of belonging to and training with the militia has ceased to be a requirement for bearing arms.
    14 answers · 18 hours ago
  • When was the BEST time period of human history?

    Best answer: Now. Current day. Humans have never had it easier.
    Best answer: Now. Current day. Humans have never had it easier.
    28 answers · 3 days ago
  • Was the Titanic ever in the US?

    Best answer: It was going to NYC but it sunk 650 KM away. so no, never in the US.
    Best answer: It was going to NYC but it sunk 650 KM away. so no, never in the US.
    11 answers · 18 hours ago
  • How many Jews did Hitler kill?

    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • How do I answer the question 'Explain the consequences of the Black Death'?

    Is it just asking what were the consequences of the Black Death or is It asking me to explain why they happened?
    Is it just asking what were the consequences of the Black Death or is It asking me to explain why they happened?
    10 answers · 19 hours ago
  • Why am I still angry about Pearl Harbor?

    Best answer: If you look at the history the US had all the information. It was incapable of putting it together. It also believed that any air attack on Pearl harbour would not work. The British had already demonstrated in Italy it was perfectly possible. The real culprets were the US military who did not have a decent... show more
    Best answer: If you look at the history the US had all the information. It was incapable of putting it together. It also believed that any air attack on Pearl harbour would not work. The British had already demonstrated in Italy it was perfectly possible.
    The real culprets were the US military who did not have a decent intelligence service and we're stuck in outdated thinking.
    17 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why did Japan attack Pearl Harbor?

    Best answer: The United States objected to Japan's invasion of China, and was trying to modify their behavior through economic sanctions. At that point in history the United States was a major oil exporter, and was Japan's primary source of oil. The US had placed sanctions on everything except oil, and threatened Japan... show more
    Best answer: The United States objected to Japan's invasion of China, and was trying to modify their behavior through economic sanctions. At that point in history the United States was a major oil exporter, and was Japan's primary source of oil. The US had placed sanctions on everything except oil, and threatened Japan it would embargo oil if they occupied French Indochina. In September of 1940 Japan occupied the territory anyway. In July 1941 the US seizes all Japanese assets in the United States. Without oil Japan could not continue its war in China and either had to back off or find an alternate source of oil. The Dutch East Indies was the most logical source, but American bases in the Philippine Island sat across their lines of communications with that source. So, Japan had to naturalize the American military assets to ensure they would not interfere with their new oil acquisition if they occupied the Dutch East Indies. The short answer to your question is the US entry into World War II was a case of escalating sanctions lead to armed conflict.
    21 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why was violence fundamental to the establishment of the American colonies?

    Want to know every detail
    Want to know every detail
    9 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Who is the worst Russian political leader in Russian history?

    Best answer: Boris Yeltsin because he was a drunk and did what Bill Clinton wanted, just the type of Russian leader the U.S. likes.
    Best answer: Boris Yeltsin because he was a drunk and did what Bill Clinton wanted, just the type of Russian leader the U.S. likes.
    16 answers · 4 days ago