History's questions - Japanese iziqna

You know with two wars going on, how did he do it. The holocaust must of costed a lot of money.

the slave owner and his family acted as the slave's surrogate family. he provided his slaves an occupation and career, a sense of purpose, job security, free medical care, and a place to live when he got old. most slaves would have lived cruel, homeless existences and short lives without their master to care... show more

Could the Holocaust happen again?

18 answers · 3 days ago
Best answer: "Could"? When you ask "could", it's really a non-question. The earth "could" explode five minutes from now. Who can say a thing "could" not happen? A better way to phrase that might be, is it likely? Do factors still exist which when arranged in a certain combination... show more

Countries such as Germany which I had assumed would have been the most dangerous for Jews had much higher survival rates than much if not most of Eastern Europe. Can anyone explain the reasons behind this?

For a history project

Best answer: "Liberals" don't pay much attention to world events.

First of all, the media in America is controlled by jews. The CEOs of the following companies are jewish: Time Warner, CNBC, Comcast, CNN Second, Hitler was not a white supremacist. He was a racial realist. How do you explain his alliance with Japan during WW2? Or that he never declared war to Turkey?

I readed that when the Japanese invaded Nanking, the Japanese violate woman. Did USA soldiers ever commit stuff like that, or was it something people did before? I'm just confused, was this something that happened in wars before?

Best answer: Historians will tell you different things, but it is agreed that Lee was too aggressive at times and blundered by not having enough reserves. He was also badly hampered by the weakness of his supplies - the Confederate economy was shackled at the beginning and crippled by 1864. Grant's strengths were that he... show more

Best answer: For the most part, all humans have the same number of appendages...and appendages were the basis of most human counting systems... For example, counting systems based on 10s are pretty obvious...but are you familiar with systems that use bases of 12? Look at your hand and notice that each finger is... show more