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Knowing that Hitler was an ultra totalitarian psychopath and that those with that type of personality seldom take their own lives. Can it be assume that he left Berlin becasue there is no evidence to prove that he didn't.

Did everyone in the 1980’s smell like Cigarettes?

40 answers · History · 3 days ago

Can you name 10 people who lived 500 years ago?

35 answers · History · 3 days ago
If you can't, does that mean everyone no matter how famous will be forgotten 500 years from now?

What was Hitler's last name?

29 answers · History · 3 days ago
Best answer: Har har har

How do I improve my talking skills?

9 answers · Other - Arts & Humanities · 1 day ago

Why did the Great Wall of China fail?

19 answers · History · 2 days ago
Best answer: The Great Wall of China was a number of walls built over hundreds of years and with many open spaces between them. The walls were built in the areas with the most active foreign fighters and likelihood of invasion.

Is 30 a good age to die?

18 answers · Philosophy · 3 days ago
Best answer: On his hundredth birthday, the iconic jazz/ragtime composer Eubie Blake said; "If I knew I would live this long, I'd have taken better care of myself". Winston Churchill didn't become Prime Minister until he was 65. Hang in there. It's not always easy, but it's worth it.

I need a good book asap?

24 answers · Books & Authors · 3 days ago
I’m in my mid twenties, female, I love fantasy, mystery, romance, etc. A book or series with all of those things would be awesome if possible!

Why do liberals hate everyone they disagree with?

18 answers · Books & Authors · 2 days ago

Why were swords ever used instead of spears..?

11 answers · History · 3 days ago
Best answer: Apples and oranges. What weapons are chosen/assigned is determined by role, context and situation, not by relative deadliness to one another (if not, why would we not issue every American foot soldier an M240 machine gun instead of a paltry assault rifle?). Also, "equal skill" rarely factors into... show more

so i have lately been writing about the girls i like at school and all the things i would do to them when i see them but i realized that i feel like if my parents read this stuff and ill get in trouble or be embarrased so how can i keep my parents from seeing it and no im not throwing out the journal

I have never not finished a book i started, but this one.. oh god, it's literally torturing me. I have read books that i did not agree with completely, or did not enjoy that much, but never a book whose every word in it i disagree with. The book is called ''the science gap'', and it was... show more

And injures someone, and she is usually a very good driver, and if she were resesitated, should she be punished? What about a man who lived his life as healthy as can be, has an unexpected heart attack while driving, and wrecks and injures someone, if this man survives, should he be punished? Would this people... show more

Was a 19 year old considered a child 100 years ago?

9 answers · History · 12 hours ago
Best answer: That depends on where they lived and what culture they belonged to. I know that in the UK, 100 years ago, if you wanted to get married before age 21, you needed your parent's consent. This didn't exactly mean you were a child, but you didn't have the full rights of adulthood either.

I need a full name for a Russian male character?

14 answers · Books & Authors · 2 days ago