History's questions - Malay iziqna

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.

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?

23 answers · 2 days ago
Best answer: Har har har

Why did the Great Wall of China fail?

15 answers · 11 hours 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

How much can I get for it?

countries like germany and japan are flourishing and are modern day financial/economic powerhouses whilst the main players USA britain and france are in complete disarray dafuq how did that happen?

Where did the English come from?

14 answers · 2 days ago
Best answer: Scotland - well, the best of them are Scots.

Did hitler really kill himself?

38 answers · 4 days ago

Best answer: That idea has been floating around since the JFK assassination itself. There was even a Broadway play called "MacBird" that explored that idea (yes, somewhat based on "MacBeth" but you get the idea). No one has, or probably ever will, find a connection.

How many ordinary citizens on the street in 1888 London would have known how to viciously (but almost perfectly) carve human organs out of corpses so quickly without being seen?

Best answer: Nobody can say for sure, about 2500 Americans were killed on D-Day but nobody knows the number of Germans killed. The estimate is they had 4000 - 9000 casualties on D-Day, but that includes wounded and missing.

You got what you deserved. Fvcking retards.