• Who was considered the most evil person before Adolf Hitler?

    Best answer: Attila the Hun, Genghiz Khan and Timur
    (in Europe Cromwell, Louis XIV and Napoleon;
    and in Asia Suleiman ibn Qutulmish, Mahmud of Ghazni and Alauddin Khalji, Chinese emperor Qianlong (1736-96);
    in the Americas Cortes and Pizarro; in Africa Leopold II)
    Stalin was as bad/ evil as Hitler.
    Best answer: Attila the Hun, Genghiz Khan and Timur
    (in Europe Cromwell, Louis XIV and Napoleon;
    and in Asia Suleiman ibn Qutulmish, Mahmud of Ghazni and Alauddin Khalji, Chinese emperor Qianlong (1736-96);
    in the Americas Cortes and Pizarro; in Africa Leopold II)
    Stalin was as bad/ evil as Hitler.
    30 answers · 5 days ago
  • Give me viking information?

    8 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Was the Hundred Year War really that long?

    Not in the sense of it being 116 yeas but did they have battles every single day? Or was it a span of battles here and there that were close together in terms in time.
    Not in the sense of it being 116 yeas but did they have battles every single day? Or was it a span of battles here and there that were close together in terms in time.
    7 answers · 9 hours ago
  • What percentage of people deny the Holocaust?

    Best answer: world wide? it's hard to say since it's illegal to deny or question it in some countries. i suppose it would also depend on your definition of denial. some people do think it happened, but that the 6 million number is exaggerated. whether or not that counts will skew your data
    Best answer: world wide? it's hard to say since it's illegal to deny or question it in some countries. i suppose it would also depend on your definition of denial. some people do think it happened, but that the 6 million number is exaggerated. whether or not that counts will skew your data
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • What were the causes of Germany's defeat in the two world wars?

    specifically, what were some of the military, economic, and political elements that underlaid German defeat and Allied victor
    specifically, what were some of the military, economic, and political elements that underlaid German defeat and Allied victor
    8 answers · 1 day ago
  • Who is Aristotle? Is he still alive?

    107 answers · 1 week ago
  • How come Napoleon didn't go to America for exile?

    Best answer: He didn't have a choice. The British wanted him out of the way and somewhere he could not escape. They had seen what he had done when exiled to Elba, they were not about to let him run around America and maybe build another army.
    Best answer: He didn't have a choice. The British wanted him out of the way and somewhere he could not escape. They had seen what he had done when exiled to Elba, they were not about to let him run around America and maybe build another army.
    16 answers · 4 days ago
  • Are there any bodies left at Titanic ?

    Me and my wife were watching a documentary of the Titanic it’s her favorite movie. They said there’s no bones or bodies left at the site but I don’t believe it. There was over a billion people there’s gotta be a bone or two left floating around. They said they just found shoes. Are there really any bodies left... show more
    Me and my wife were watching a documentary of the Titanic it’s her favorite movie. They said there’s no bones or bodies left at the site but I don’t believe it. There was over a billion people there’s gotta be a bone or two left floating around. They said they just found shoes. Are there really any bodies left there after 100 years ? If not how is it possible do bones just disappear ?
    6 answers · 9 hours ago
  • Why did politicians leave slavery to continue for almost 90 years in the United States? After the Revolution.?

    Best answer: For time immemorial it was accepted SOME had the right to be OWNERS of others - as workers. This included Serfs in Medieval times...so not related to race or ethnic origins. Indeed - even in more 'enlightened' times...Women & Children were widely regarded as cheap or free Labourers. Certain... show more
    Best answer: For time immemorial it was accepted SOME had the right to be OWNERS of others - as workers.
    This included Serfs in Medieval times...so not related to race or ethnic origins.
    Indeed - even in more 'enlightened' times...Women & Children were widely regarded as cheap or free Labourers.

    Certain 'Societies' in the 21st Century STILL maintain such a viewpoint....and take offence if their practices are challenged.
    Thus...SLAVERY is not a Black & White issue...nor one of Religious-Cultural or Socio-Economic differences.
    IT IS and will continue to be a source of great contention, debate and DISagreement.
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • Did the aztecs die?

    6 answers · 12 hours ago
  • Why did Russia interfere in World War 2?

    Best answer: They were quite happy to see Hitler overrun Western Europe. The only reason they ended up as allies was because they were invaded by Germany. They called it the "Great Patriotic War" because they spent most of it fighting to expel them. D Day prevented them from pushing on to replace the Nazis as... show more
    Best answer: They were quite happy to see Hitler overrun Western Europe. The only reason they ended up as allies was because they were invaded by Germany. They called it the "Great Patriotic War" because they spent most of it fighting to expel them.

    D Day prevented them from pushing on to replace the Nazis as occupiers of Western Europe.
    23 answers · 5 days ago