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Asked by Jorge · 2 years ago

Why did night battles take place during ww1?

If you attack during the night you are less visible, the enemy is weary, and not being able to see clearly has psychological effects on enemy soldiers and civilians. The feeling of being attacked at night while you should be sleeping and are vulnerable keeps soldiers and civilians up at night and disrupts their normal sleeping patterns - making them less productive and attentive

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Asked by Illi · 2 years ago

Why did Hitler go to prison?

His leading role in the Beer Hall Putsch (Munich Putsch 8-9 Nov 1923) had him charged with treason. He was found guilty and sentenced to 5 years in prison, where he wrote Mein Kampf. He was released after serving 9 months of his sentence.

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Asked by Tia · 2 years ago

When was emeline Pankhurst born?

Born: 15 July 1858 Died: 14 June 1928 (aged 69)

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Asked by James · 3 months ago

What is the best example of a primary source document useful in the study of history?

It does depend on the type of work you are doing and the sources available. For example, in a text book, if there is a primary source within a textbook/book with other information, then you could count that as a primary source, but how you reference in footnotes would be different to other types of primary source. It also depends on the time period in which you're writing about as to what primary... more

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Asked by Tim · 2 years ago

Why did Hitler believe that Jews and other "subhumans" had to be exterminated?

Hitler believed the aryan race was superior to all others regarding intellect and physical ability. Any other racial mix was seen as contaminating the purity of the race and therefore had to be exterminated.

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