• What do you think was the best invention?

    I say bottled purified drinking water. Genius.
    I say bottled purified drinking water. Genius.
    27 answers · 2 days ago
  • People that were around during the 90s, early 2000s that were coherent: When did you get your first computer?

    Best answer: We got an Apple II in the office early 1980s and then an all in one Apple Mac when it came out in 1984 at ludicrous expense. I got my own Apple Mac in 1993.
    Best answer: We got an Apple II in the office early 1980s and then an all in one Apple Mac when it came out in 1984 at ludicrous expense. I got my own Apple Mac in 1993.
    23 answers · 1 day ago
  • Was the planes on 911 an accident?

    Best answer: Do you mean 'Did the planes accidentally fly into the Twin Towers ion the eleventh of September 2001?" to which the answer is 'No.'
    Best answer: Do you mean 'Did the planes accidentally fly into the Twin Towers ion the eleventh of September 2001?" to which the answer is 'No.'
    32 answers · 2 days ago
  • 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.
    28 answers · 3 days ago
  • What would have happened if Hitler gave up his anti-communism and peruaded the Soviet Union to join him in 1939?

    Would the Axis have been able to win WW2 then?
    Would the Axis have been able to win WW2 then?
    11 answers · 3 hours ago
  • How was the 1980s for you?

    This question is for anybody that lived through the 1980s. I have never really meant somebody that disliked that particular decade, How was it for you?
    This question is for anybody that lived through the 1980s. I have never really meant somebody that disliked that particular decade, How was it for you?
    24 answers · 3 days ago
  • Who is Aristotle? Is he still alive?

    107 answers · 7 days ago
  • What did black people do?

    there must be something that some black person discovered or some good invention.
    there must be something that some black person discovered or some good invention.
    9 answers · 7 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 · 4 days ago
  • Who is the greatest military tactician in the History?

    Best answer: Saladin Formally known as Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn Yūsuf ibn Ayyūb, Saladin was the West’s nemesis during the Second and Third Crusades. However, for people in the Middle East he was and still is, revered as the one who re-captured Jerusalem and Levant cities and returned them to Muslim hands. He is also recognized for his... show more
    Best answer: Saladin

    Formally known as Ṣalāḥ al-Dīn Yūsuf ibn Ayyūb, Saladin was the West’s nemesis during the Second and Third Crusades. However, for people in the Middle East he was and still is, revered as the one who re-captured Jerusalem and Levant cities and returned them to Muslim hands.

    He is also recognized for his generosity and chivalry toward his enemies and Christians. Born a Kurdish Muslim in modern-day Iraq in 1137/38 AD, he worked his entire life to consolidate power in the Middle East and unite the warring Arabs against the Crusaders. He started by disintegrating the Shi’ite Fatamid caliphate in Egypt (which he did by betraying them while serving as vizier) then he aligned the government with Sunni Abassid caliphate. He was later proclaimed the sultan of Egypt and Syria. He also took control of Palestine and northern Mesopotamia through skillful diplomacy and military accomplishments.

    His success did not come from utilizing new techniques. Instead it came by uniting and training hundreds of thousands of unruly Muslim forces. His best achievement against the Crusaders was at the Battle of Hattin on Northern Palestine in July of 1187. It was there that overconfidence, thirst and lack of military sense defeated most of the panicked and trapped Crusader army in one blow. Guy de Lusignan, King of Jerusalem, and other generals were captured and beheaded, except for Guy himself who was later ransomed. Within three months the Crusaders lost most of their territory and Jerusalem fell after a long siege, ending 88 years of Frankish rule over the city. This prompted the Third Crusade, which re-conquered some territory back but not Jerusalem, and ended with a peace treaty between Richard the Lion Heart and Saladin after three years of belligerence. Saladin fell ill and died in Damascus months later
    10 answers · 2 days ago
  • How does the statements "The Civil War was fought to end slavery." and "The civil war fought to end slavery's expansion." differ?

    Best answer: For years before the Civil War the free states fought to end the expansion of slavery. Not to end slavery altogether but to prevent the creation of new slave states. There were constitutional battles and compromises all through the 19th century. The North tried to prevent new states from being slave states and... show more
    Best answer: For years before the Civil War the free states fought to end the expansion of slavery. Not to end slavery altogether but to prevent the creation of new slave states. There were constitutional battles and compromises all through the 19th century. The North tried to prevent new states from being slave states and the South, worried that they'd someday be outnumbered in Congress, insisted on some new states being slaver states.

    Finally Abraham Lincoln decided it was time to end slavery altogether. That's what the Civil War was fought over, not just new states but ALL states.
    The Civil War was not fought to keep slavery from expanding to new states but to end it altogether.
    7 answers · 14 hours ago
  • Should Black Americans be taught their History of slavery was executed by their own ancestors king Afonso to the Portuguese since the 1400s?

    It's not White people that caused or invented the slave trade of African people but by their own African kings to produce sugar cane and of the crops to harvest and manufacturer with the Portuguese to sale to the European colonies. So if any finger pointing to whom was at fault, It should be pointed at... show more
    It's not White people that caused or invented the slave trade of African people but by their own African kings to produce sugar cane and of the crops to harvest and manufacturer with the Portuguese to sale to the European colonies. So if any finger pointing to whom was at fault, It should be pointed at themselves or at their own ancestors.
    11 answers · 2 days ago
  • Why do people repeat themselves.?

    For example : "I've had enough, i've really had enough".
    For example : "I've had enough, i've really had enough".
    6 answers · 1 hour ago