• Examples of bias in history?

    I need historical or real, specific examples of bias in any form. It can be a very biased person who's opinions bit them in the ***, famous biased media propaganda's, or biased documentation.
    I need historical or real, specific examples of bias in any form. It can be a very biased person who's opinions bit them in the ***, famous biased media propaganda's, or biased documentation.
    15 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why is China no longer the leading nation of the world like it was a thousand years ago?

    Best answer: No country STAYS leading nation in the world, but China is certainly one of the few nations that can stage a comeback, give it another 20 years (if it is not there yet).
    Best answer: No country STAYS leading nation in the world, but China is certainly one of the few nations that can stage a comeback, give it another 20 years (if it is not there yet).
    21 answers · 3 days ago
  • WWI came to victory,when Allies eventually appointed Fuchs & WWI,I when under Eisenhower.Is there good case for having leader early in War?

    Best answer: It would have been wise to appoint an overall commander in chief early; but national and personal pride made it impossible. The U.S. (Eisenhower) was not present early in the war, while Foch (not Fuchs) of France was subordinate to Joffre at the start. Joffre was so confident he would win that his government... show more
    Best answer: It would have been wise to appoint an overall commander in chief early; but national and personal pride made it impossible.

    The U.S. (Eisenhower) was not present early in the war, while Foch (not Fuchs) of France was subordinate to Joffre at the start. Joffre was so confident he would win that his government backed him. He would not take advice from subordinates. British General Sir John French was running his own show, nervous about committing his troops, and he would not serve under French authority.

    Eisenhower was not considered great leader stuff when the U.S. entered World War II. The US Army's first battle, Operation Anvil, in North Africa, was a defeat. The US Army had no young, battle tested men; but Ike was their commander and got the blame. No doubt the British officers muttered "Ineffectual" and "We'd have done far better." Allies can be like that. Eisenhower eventually proved he was able to do the top job, but Montgomery and Patton still gave him headaches.
    14 answers · 2 days ago
  • Did Hitler like Jews?

    16 answers · 3 days ago
  • Is this statement true or false?

    The Celts built walls and roads in ancient Britain. Tkanks! ☺
    The Celts built walls and roads in ancient Britain. Tkanks! ☺
    15 answers · 3 days ago
  • Who made gorge Washington boss?

    Best answer: Certainly George (note spelling and capital) Washington had a hugely better command of the English language than you have. That alone would have fitted him to be a leader, even without with his other qualities.
    Best answer: Certainly George (note spelling and capital) Washington had a hugely better command of the English language than you have. That alone would have fitted him to be a leader, even without with his other qualities.
    13 answers · 2 days ago
  • Much soul-searching on WWII Concentartion camps located on Polish territory.Why is there never soul searching of camps located in France?

    Best answer: There is a major reason that most of the concentration camps were in Poland. It was a known fact that over 5 million Jews were in what was called the Pale of Russia, which at the end of the19th century included most of Poland, parts of western Ukraine, Byelorussia, and the Baltic Countries. Considering that's... show more
    Best answer: There is a major reason that most of the concentration camps were in Poland. It was a known fact that over 5 million Jews were in what was called the Pale of Russia, which at the end of the19th century included most of Poland, parts of western Ukraine, Byelorussia, and the Baltic Countries. Considering that's where the Jews were, that's why they build the camps there.
    8 answers · 20 hours ago
  • Why did Cleopatra commit suicide?

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  • Is it true or false?

    The Stuarts had absolutist tendencies. Thanks in advance! :-)
    The Stuarts had absolutist tendencies. Thanks in advance! :-)
    13 answers · 3 days ago
  • Why vietcong so well in guerrilla?

    Why vietcong so well in guerrilla?

    Best answer: The Vietcong lived among the population of South Vietnam. The Vietcong blended into the citizens of South Vietnam.
    Best answer: The Vietcong lived among the population of South Vietnam. The Vietcong blended into the citizens of South Vietnam.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Can you argue against these things that make Napoleon a hero?

    He stabilized and modernized France He abolished feudalism He expanded the government and increased laws that gave freedom to people Success in battlefield Set in motion a system of secular and public education reform for the modern educational system in France Napoleonic code He stopped all the bloodshed during... show more
    He stabilized and modernized France He abolished feudalism He expanded the government and increased laws that gave freedom to people Success in battlefield Set in motion a system of secular and public education reform for the modern educational system in France Napoleonic code He stopped all the bloodshed during the revolution
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Which European country was the first to 'discover' Australia?

    Best answer: It was the Dutch in 1606. The Dutch navigator Willem Janszoon sailed along the Cape York Peninsula and down the coast, landing at a couple of places, and called the land New Holland.
    Best answer: It was the Dutch in 1606. The Dutch navigator Willem Janszoon sailed along the Cape York Peninsula and down the coast, landing at a couple of places, and called the land New Holland.
    10 answers · 2 days ago