• What was it good for to fly to the moon in 1969?

    what strategic value did it have?
    what strategic value did it have?
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • What are the long term effects of death?

    Best answer: none what so ever!
    we will rejoice in Heaven
    Halleljah
    Best answer: none what so ever!
    we will rejoice in Heaven
    Halleljah
    10 answers · 1 day ago
  • Where were you all back in 1972?

    66 answers · 6 days ago
  • Were there any jewish cowboys?

    Best answer: Billy the Yid
    Best answer: Billy the Yid
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • What was the key ideological difference between the Nazis and USSR during WWII?

    Whereas, the Nazis had insisted on racial superiority the Bolsheviks insisted that they were equal to the Germans. For this reason, the Germans did not commit any rape at all when they invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941, but the Russians had been instructed to rape German women en masse when they invaded the... show more
    Whereas, the Nazis had insisted on racial superiority the Bolsheviks insisted that they were equal to the Germans. For this reason, the Germans did not commit any rape at all when they invaded the Soviet Union in June 1941, but the Russians had been instructed to rape German women en masse when they invaded the Eastern part of Germany in 1945. It was nothing short of a conspiracy by the Politburo to carry out such a political agenda in the Soviet occupied zone in 1945, which reflected ideological differences between the Nazis and Marxist Leninism. Germans didn’t want to rape Russian women because they had insisted on racial superiority over the Opposition. True or false?
    9 answers · 1 day ago
  • Why do people make up lies and say British RAF bombed civilians in Dresden in 1945?

    What they don't say is that the British RAF pilots had dropped leaflets in the days prior warning the civilian population of what was to come and thus giving them an opportunity to act accordingly. Dresden was a strategic target because many German Nazis were stationed there and many important war materials... show more
    What they don't say is that the British RAF pilots had dropped leaflets in the days prior warning the civilian population of what was to come and thus giving them an opportunity to act accordingly. Dresden was a strategic target because many German Nazis were stationed there and many important war materials that were indispensable to the Nazi cause were also there. By contrast, the Nazi hangmen bombed Warsaw, London and Stalingrad indiscriminately killing hundreds of thousands of innocent civilians.
    21 answers · 4 days ago
  • Why did the Great Depression, which began in the United States, spread through much of the world?

    A. Many nations were unable to industrialize after World War 1. B. Populations were drastically lower after World War 1 C. Socialist and fascist dictatorships began to replace democracies D. American companies did less and less business overseas.
    A. Many nations were unable to industrialize after World War 1. B. Populations were drastically lower after World War 1 C. Socialist and fascist dictatorships began to replace democracies D. American companies did less and less business overseas.
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Do people remember that Anne Franke was a novel? They seem to have forgotten.?

    Best answer: Anne Frank was an actual, real person. "The Diary of a Young Girl' (a.k.a.- "The Diary of Anne Frank") was a book written from the journals of Anne Frank. It is NOT a novel. A novel is "a relatively long work of narrative fiction, normally in prose, which is typically published as a... show more
    Best answer: Anne Frank was an actual, real person.
    "The Diary of a Young Girl' (a.k.a.- "The Diary of Anne Frank") was a book written from the journals of Anne Frank.
    It is NOT a novel. A novel is "a relatively long work of narrative fiction, normally in prose, which is typically published as a book." This was not fiction.
    12 answers · 3 days ago
  • How can India catch up with China in terms of power and influence?

    India and China are both in the Billion population club. They both are fairly large countries by area. But India is far more poor than China. And all the Indian talent move overseas to other nations. What can India do?
    India and China are both in the Billion population club. They both are fairly large countries by area. But India is far more poor than China. And all the Indian talent move overseas to other nations. What can India do?
    7 answers · 1 hour ago
  • Did George Washington /Thomas Jefferson own Slaves ? Why is their photo in the oval office ? do you know ?
  • Why did the RMS Titanic move quickly in an area the crew was warned has a lot of ice in it?

    Didn't they think nearby ships warned them for a reason? was it arrogance - the Titanic was built with the best technology at the time and therefore it would be difficult to breach the ship to cause any chaos? Shouldn't the crew and captain have thought about the environment the ship was in the night it... show more
    Didn't they think nearby ships warned them for a reason? was it arrogance - the Titanic was built with the best technology at the time and therefore it would be difficult to breach the ship to cause any chaos? Shouldn't the crew and captain have thought about the environment the ship was in the night it hit the iceberg? - They obviously KNEW that if anything goes wrong with the ship and every passenger needs to evacuate, the only option is the freezing, fatal water due to lack of lifeboats. and they STILL moved at full speed in an ice zone. crazy. - the RMS Titanic tragedy could've been avoided with simple measures. I don't think I am EVER going to travel on a ship. Yeah, companies, I don't care how much technology went into your ship. They can ALL sink.
    17 answers · 4 days ago
  • What made the 1950s the safest time in America history?

    Best answer: No war on drugs, that's for sure, which caused a huge black market for drugs, allowing drug smugglers to make a profit illegally in the U.S. and across bordering nations. This in turn caused police departments to target poor neighborhoods and help increased the crime rate in most major cities in America. Plus,... show more
    Best answer: No war on drugs, that's for sure, which caused a huge black market for drugs, allowing drug smugglers to make a profit illegally in the U.S. and across bordering nations. This in turn caused police departments to target poor neighborhoods and help increased the crime rate in most major cities in America. Plus, the 1950s was coming off from the post-WWII economic boom, which allowed the growth of suburban homes, commercial airliners, and GI bill for low-loans and colleges funds. That all turned in the late 1960s due to de-industrialization and large chunk of spending for the Vietnam War caused the economic downturn, along with the race riots, white flight to the suburbs, in-come gap ratio between various races.
    14 answers · 4 days ago
  • Did Rodney King deserve the beating he got in early March 1991 by the hands of police officers? why?

    Best answer: There is a point where the perp is on the ground, and 6 officers standing around, should have either been able to taze him , or cuff him. Beating the snot out of him for 15 straight minutes, when he was already on the ground and clearly just trying to protect himself from further kicks and blows.........is NOT... show more
    Best answer: There is a point where the perp is on the ground, and 6 officers standing around, should have either been able to taze him , or cuff him.

    Beating the snot out of him for 15 straight minutes, when he was already on the ground and clearly just trying to protect himself from further kicks and blows.........is NOT proper police procedure.

    Regardless of why he was stopped.......or why force was needed........the question becomes.........when do you step over that line of excessive and unnessary force and you're just enjoying that beat down, a little TOO MUCH. ?
    16 answers · 4 days ago